CVLT Nation Interviews UADA
Uada exists in a state of obscurity shrouded by fog and clad in black leather as one faceless entity. While their silhouetted live shows are certainly eye-catching, their monochromatic mystery allows the senses to focus entirely on the sound of the raw shrieks, crisp and melodic riffs and reworked influences from European predecessors. Still riding the wave of their impeccable debut, Devoid of Light, Uada has universally piqued interests and garnered high-praises in their three short years of existence. Jake Superchi (vocals, guitar) chatted with us about haunts, the group’s anonymity and nature.