Carrie Underwood revealed that she loves listening to “super hard rock music” while working out.
In a recent interview on CBS News’ Sunday Morning with Michelle Miller that airs on Sunday, April 4, Underwood revealed what kind of music is on her playlist and when she is listening to what, especially noting her goto music while working out.
When Miller asked Underwood what was on her playlist, she shared, “depends on what I’m doing, depends on what mood i’m in.” However, when it comes to working out, the country superstar knows that she is cracking up some rock music.
“Working out I honestly listen to metal or super hard rock music,” Underwood explained. “I like the band, I Prevail and their ‘Trauma‘ album is on that I have on repeat when I’m working out.” The “My Savior” singer did however say it’s “important to note” that there are “lots of not-children-friendly words” on I Prevail’s Grammy-award winning album, Trauma.
“Don’t go buy, you know, My Savior, and then go buy Trauma, and be like ‘Carrie Underwood told me to,'” Underwood joked.
Produced by Dangerkids’ Tyler Smyth, Trauma is I Prevail’s second studio album and was the fourth-best selling album of the week upon its release. The album went on to earn two GRAMMY nominations including for Best Rock Album and Best Metal Performance for the track “Bow Down.”
Watch Underwood talk about the album below.
On Easter Sunday country star Carrie Underwood will be performing a virtual live concert of gospel music on the stage of Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.
During the interview with Miller, Underwood also talked about performing at the “Mother Church of Country Music,” and about recording her first gospel album, “My Savior,” on which she sings beloved Christian hymnal standards.
Tune into CBS News’ Sunday Morning featuring Carrie Underwood on Sunday, April 4.