Dec. 9, 2022

PipemanRadio Interviews The Offering

PipemanRadio Interviews The Offering

On this episode of the Adventures of Pipeman, Pipeman speaks to The Offering who have some awesome new music with a really great message they want to share with us on the show today.

Pipeman starts by talking about how he has been saying for a...

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On this episode of the Adventures of Pipeman, Pipeman speaks to The Offering who have some awesome new music with a really great message they want to share with us on the show today.

Pipeman starts by talking about how he has been saying for a long time that the hippies have turned into the boomers. The guys talk about the origins of the songs and dealing with their parents who are boomers themselves. They also discuss what happened to the punks and when did they turn pro government? Pipeman tells a story of how his ex was struggling to take a video on her phone and his reply was you’re such a boomer.

Pipeman goes on to talk about his kids who are so different, with two of them born in the 80’s and two of them born in the 90’s. He says the two sets of kids are so different, with the older ones being like Pipeman, but the younger ones not being able to relate to them at all. He also discusses how he realized the difference between millennials and Gen X in a work place environment and how Gen X is motivated by making a difference rather than making a buck.

A little later on, Pipeman brings it back to the guys music and how this new album is an evolution of their music. He compares it to Hatfield of Metallica and how he hated his voice when he listened back to their earlier stuff, but he respects bands being able to evolve when often times the fans don’t want them to. The guys talk about how much your physical body changes affect your music and how fans often times fault a band for changing their sound. They also touch on the snobbishness of the metal industry and how much metal is going to lose when Ozzy passes away due to the torch not being passed on.

Pipeman touches on how one of the band members fathers passed away recently, but fortunately, managed to hear the album before he passed. He talks about how his father loved the music and said it was the best music of 2022. He touches on how lively his father was talking about it and it made it really special for him.

You can check the guys out via social media on Instagram and TikTok @theofferingbandofficial and For merch you can head to which is your one stop shop for all things The Offering. There’s some awesome vinyl’s and t-shirts for you to choose from.

American progressive metal quartet, The Offering, a band conceived during chaos of extreme times over the past couple years.

The Offering has a new release coming out on November 4th titled "Seeing the Elephant". This experimental collection of 10 tracks forms a rich and adventurous undertone, combined with heartfelt depth within the songcraft.

The strong political undertones, in combination with the integration of those experimental processes, lead to this accomplishing our goal of making something that felt similar to that of a journalistic war photographer account.

The album intimately connects the accomplished song-master to his cancer-stricken father. There are inflection points throughout Seeing the Elephant, but “Tipless” and “My Heroine”—featuring Indian Classical players Purna Prasad and Shuba Gunapu on the mridangam and veena, respectively—are especially poignant.

We finished the album a week before my dad passed away, not before he could listen to it. He told me it was the greatest album he’d ever heard from me. I think so, too.”

“Flower Children” offers tongue-in-cheek commentary on the peace inversion of hippies-turned-authoritarians

“The one thing I wanted to do differently with this album was to make it feel more like a home-grown effort,” Nishad says. “I roped in one of my best friends from this journey, Zach Weeks of God City Studios, to help with the engineering. Zach is one of the most intelligent engineers in music right now—Kurt Ballou hand-picked him to God City Studios for a reason. He’s got an incredible gift and passion for dissecting sounds. I would say that all of my mechanics as a producer came from the things I learned hanging out with him as a teen, so naturally, no one understood my engineering language and workflow better than Zach. Having him on the project felt like an extension—a fifth member—of THE OFFERING.”

Below, you can check out the link to their latest release, "Flower Children":

Also, guitarist Nishad George recently did a guest solo on Body Count’s “Colors 2020” – just to give you an additional example of his chops:

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