'I personally want [our music] to sound like it’s from 2017. I don’t want to make music that sounds like the '70s, but it’s influenced by that.'
Interviews - Page 2
Stream the Wilkes-Barre musician's newest record in its gloomy entirety.
'Pale Shades of Green' is just the first coat.
'I think the worst crime [Bernard Sumner] committed ... was the fact that he dispatched 35 years of New Order’s career in 100 pages, and 69 of them were slagging me off.'
'I’ve only been doing [punk] since I was, like, 10. It’s not like there’s going to be another thing and I’m going to attach to another thing.'
'Conservative administrations are notoriously hostile to science and gathering basic data. It doesn’t mean that the structure of science is going to be undermined.'
'If no one gives a f*ck about this record, then so be it.'
'I’d like to think that deep down, someone at the New York Times in the graphic department is listening to Carcass.'
A rare case when punk's ultimate 'utility player' doesn't let the music do the talking.
'I like just having a life where I work and then can be done for the day and not worry that my art is marketable or that enough people are liking it.'