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Put Me Out” is another song that in my opinion is one of the best and most rocking on the album. It’s a straight-up rock song with driving choruses, choppy verses, and a pissed bridge that’ll make you kick whoever is sitting next to you right in the face, like Daniel did to Johnny in the first Karate Kid.
Artwork” was such a negative record with so much anger and so much hate, which is kind of fitting that it leaked three months early, and kind of fitting that it happened the way that it did. Kind of like, and I hate to compare this in this kind of a nerdy way, but, it was kind of like a Phoenix, like the whole idea is something burning and crashing and starting over and becoming something totally separate and beautiful in it’s own way and that’s kind of how I picture this record. From the ashes of that kind of came this record — the most positive, the most beautiful and more upbeat record than we’ve ever done.
Jepha on the last two albums.
New interview here.
Bert McCracken talking to localbozo.com He mentions the DVD which is going to cover some of the upcoming live shows in the next couple of months and releasing a cookbook (which I always assumed was trolling, but he sounds pretty serious!)
Q- Yeah, someone can be into “Good Charlotte” and “Children of Bodom” and “The All American Rejects” and “Blink 182” and “The Used” and “Celene Dion”. People are genuinely more driven to the music rather than the trend; where as in the States it’s more what’s the flavour of the week. People are generally really nice over here too.
From new interview in Est. 1987
A wide stance.
Interview with a very sweet, slightly nervous dude in which Feldmann is described as a ‘wrangler’, hip hop is discussed and Jepha spins a record.
9th 1st April 2012 [thanks, missbree29!]
Blurry Bert and ‘come hither’ Quinn @FYE