Today Is The Day
on Exclaim! TV Aggressive Tendencies
We sat down with founder and frontman Steve Austin at iconic Toronto record store Sonic Boom when the band was in town during their North American tour. Austin talked about maintaining original ideas, plans for the next album, and the band's impact on fans.
Today is the Day's most recent record, Pain is a Warning, was released in 2011 on Blackmarket Activities.
Interview by Denise Falzon
Filmed by Roberto Granados-Ocon
Edited by Matt Bobkin
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