justicemustdie asked: Which album did you particularly enjoy doing the most? Like which one had more meaning in your opinion?
That is a very difficult question. They are all so very important to me. Our first recording session ever was done at Indigo Ranch in the Malibu mountains where Slipknot recorded their first album and Limp Bizkit recorded Three Dollar Bill. I saw a mountain lion up there. Part of our EP Jihad was recorded at Sunset Sounds and I got to use the same mic Jim Morrison used. Our first album was recorded in Seattle and I did the vocals for Jonestown Tea in one take. On House of Secrets, there’s an EVP of a ghost child. And the last album, Hydra, was written in a Fibonacci sequence so that it cycles around and ends where it begins. I love them all. They’re my eternal children.
schneidersbakery asked: i've met you a handful of times when i was a teenager and i just wanted to say that i love you forever. to this day you're one of my biggest artistic inspirations. words can't express the things you've helped me push through in my life. thanks for teaching me to never be afraid to be myself and to never be afraid of anybody else.
lucellaluna asked: Part of me wonders why you left "Cutter" out of Wurd Becomes Flesh. Whatever the reason, I can understand. (Or, perhaps I can't. I can't say I really know.) I guess I will say, though, that it was once a part which touched me very deeply. Not many people can understand why someone would do something like that to themselves, so it kind-of sang that part of me to sleep... Brought me a lot of comfort... Anyway, I still loved Wurd Becomes Flesh. Goodnight.
I removed it because I thought the singing was bad. :)