Chris Robertson of Black Stone Cherry On Their New CD, The Human Condition – Great Riffs Are The Pinnacle To Any Black Stone Cherry Song!
But everything that we’re kind of focusing now because we are trying to get on a better schedule release in an album every two years versus take, four or six. Obviously, shit happens, you cannot predict when people are just going to blindly get off and leave or they decided they do not want to do this anymore and change their lifestyle. It happens, so you cannot be ready for everything
Amazing feedback is great as you never know, you work your arse off on all the songs and then you throw it in to the world and you hope that people appreciate it.
But that’s also the beauty of our band, we don’t pigeonhole ourselves in any way. We can and we want to do it all. On the next album, we want to experiment even more, maybe give the sound a real indie vibe, who knows.
The hardest part at the moment, it’s all about getting over insecurities that you might have about your own voice. I can say, it’s just a matter of continuous training at the moment anything that is needed that will just help me get through especially when we are playing 12 nights back to back.
We were happy that we needed to try something else, we would try and change our sound. It might have worked if Andrew Farris hadn’t been such a difficult man to work with.
So it’s about love and how I can’t have relationships because they don’t work because of all the travel and touring. When you have all your stuff stolen by your ex, your house and cars and all the shit that goes with it.
In support of ‘Cell-0’, Apocalyptica join Sabaton on a 15-country, 23-date European tour, including an appearance at Wembley Arena on February 8.
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