Released under the moniker of Jelusick, the debut album of the band comprised of singer Dino Jelusick, guitarist Ivan Keller, bassist Luka Roderick, and Mario Lepoglavec on drums has impressed the metal community recently. Many music websites have listed “Follow the Blind Man” as a strong candidate for album of the year.
The diverse tracklist includes many twists and turns: from the high-octane of “Reign of Vultures” and “Acid Rain” through the soulful moments of the title track and “The Great Divide”, the album is a journey powered by musical prowess, but also fueled by soul and swagger. It ends with the fast-paced “Chaos Master” followed by the heartfelt “The Bitter End”, leaving the listener curious about the next steps of this band.
In an exclusive interview with Sonic Perspectives collaborator Rodrigo Altaf, Dino delves into the creative process behind “Follow the Blind Man.” They discussed the formation of the band, his big break as the winner of Junior Eurovision 2003 when he was only ten years old and much more. Listen or watch their conversation below, and remember that for more interviews and other daily content, make sure to follow Sonic Perspectives on Facebook, Flipboard, and Twitter or subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified about new content we publish on a daily basis.