On the podcast "Worst Gig Ever," Geoff Garlock (Orchid, Panthers, the Year Is One, Low Estate, UCB Theatre) wallows in the crapulance of what it takes to be a musician in this world, with different guests sharing their own hilarious horror stories every week. On this episode, Venom Prison vocalist Larissa Stupar discusses playing shows big and small (from Download Festival to living rooms), vans getting stuck in mud, growing up in the German hardcore scene, sharing a bus with Power Trip, lyric topics for the group's next record and how sometimes all she looks forward to while on tour is a hot shower at the venue and something other than raw veggies for food options. Listen above.
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