'The whole rush hour commute factor where it brings out the worst in people, and people turn really vicious on a packed, crowded train ... I used that kind of element.'
Interviews - Page 3
Kyle Kimball, drummer for Nothing, returns with a new Night Sins album.
'Opportunities were coming in, but I felt stuck in unsureness.'
Hear new track 'Crawling Back to God,' featuring Aaron Turner.
'What really struck me is there’s no safety net at all in America. You are f*cked if you don’t have insurance.'
'The goal [is] making everyone sad about their life choices through me wearing wigs and doing characters.'
'If you sing like a choo-choo train, I could give a f*ck. I care if you’re a musician. That’s all I care about.'
'Doing these talks is a way to pass on the energy and message that, no matter what moment in time we live in, we create our own set scene.'
Judas Priest, Kansas and more are responsible for the sound of the new LP.
They are men. They are Booji Boys.