Seeking Tragedy


When Seeking Tragedy was created in 2018, we only had one goal, which was to create music that we were both passionate about. We didn’t worry about genres or fitting the mainstream. We really just wanted to take full advantage of everything metal can potentially be. Our music isn’t afraid to be both violent and catchy. The lyrics don’t shy away from heavy subjects, such as recent shootings or divisive nature of politics. In our songs we capture the beauty of our shared suffering in this human experience. We all have a story to tell, and music connects our shared experiences. When we first started the band, we hit a few road blocks. At times we struggled to find others who share our passion and boundless perspective on what music can be, and were left questioning if there was an audiences for us. In late 2018 our risks started to pay off, as we were picked up by a manager (Kat Wolf) who has helped with getting our music out in to the public and booking some shows. The response to our songs have been overwhelmingly positive, which has reignited our drive and excitement to share all of our upcoming projects. We began building a local fan base, and we have also built our own confidence as artists. Our first single ‘Slowburn’ was released April 12th, 2019 to all streaming platforms. Additionally, we have been busy booking shows throughout Salt Lake and Utah County, so come check us out sometime.






What is music to you? What does it give you?

Loclyn: Music is an escape. It is a way to process my emotions and life experiences and helps me make sense of this chaotic world. Nate: Music is like painting a picture for your ears. It gives me an emotional outlet to express myself.

What is your music dream?

To inspire people to make music.

If you could change the world - what would you start with?

Loclyn: Equality between genders in the metal scene. Women would be taken just as seriously, and not seen as a gimmick. Nate: I'd stop the hate between different metal genres, because they're all awesome.

Which is the most memorable song from your childhood?

Loclyn: "Carpal Tunnel of Love" Fall Out Boy Nate: "What I got" - Sublime

Who are your favorite musical artists or bands?

Loclyn: Fall Out Boy, Jinjer, Prince Nate: All Shall Perish, Korn, Gortuary

What inspires you to make music?

Loclyn: I want to create something that's bigger than myself, that will stand the test of time. Nate: The endless possibilities of creation.

What is the message you want to send with your music?

We want to help people make sense of all the trials and tragedies of life and cope with them in a positive way.

How do you feel when you perform in front of an audience?

Loclyn: I feel powerful and connected to others in a deeper way. Nate: I feel comfortable, like I'm where I belong.

How do you see the musicians’ reality nowadays? What could be improved?

It's not valued as much as it should be. It plays such a huge part of people's lives. Musicians should be respected more for contributing their Art to the world.

What do you think of Drooble?

It is an inspiring platform that helps musicians get their music out in to the world.

What frustrates you most as a musician?

Loclyn: Trying to build a fan base at the beginning, when nobody really knows who you are. Nate: Trying to find dedicated band members to join.

Do you support your local scene as a fan? How?

We help spread the word on social media.

What qualities should a musician nowadays have in order to get their music heard by a larger audience?

A willingness to do what hasn't been done before.

Share some awesome artists that we’ve never heard of.

Incura, Kimbra, Cephalotripsy, Jungle, Eyelight, Kulick, Leprous, SKYND, Oathbreaker, Treehouse Burning, Raven Black, She Must Burn, Small Leaks Sink Ships, Son Lux, Spiritbox, Twelve Foot Ninja, The World/Inferno Friendship Society