Metal Express Radio: Nick Raskulinecz produced
again. He's worked with artists such as the Foo Fighters and Alice
In Chains, and Marilyn Manson. Did having someone young and in
touch with current bands help to reinvigorate you as musicians?
Alex: To some extent, yes. There's something
about the way Nick works; his enthusiasm is very infectious. He's
very instinctive and has great ears. We've come to really respect
his opinion. He's not always right, but he's never short on ideas
and that's always a good thing to have. I don't think he wants to
influence us by citing other bands or musicians. I think what he
tries to do with all the artists he works with and I've spoken to a
few. I played golf with Jerry Cantrell from Alice In Chains
recently and he said the same thing, he brings what's in you, out.
The thing that makes you what you are is what he hunts for.
Read the entire interview from Metal Express Radio.
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