I think our relationship with Epic had run its natural course, and it happened to coincide with the fulfillment of our contract. We decided not to resign with them.
But KISS inspired me personally to pick up a guitar and go for it.
Other bands gave us lip service, but when it came down to it they kind of backed off. That was a little disheartening. But I respect them. That's their business.
I am constantly amazed at their support over the years.
I feel very blessed we can still have a career making music.
I have lived most my life with chronic inflammation and constant pain with immediate diarrhea.
It's always push and pull with a record company.
It's extremely important to have a loyal fan base and be receptive to them.
My favorite rocker is Go because it is heavy and chaotic.
There are some people who have stayed with us our whole career, which is pretty cool too.
I love playing with Jeff. That's something I never really say in the press, but he's my favorite bass player. I've played right next to him for 10 years.
At this point, because we have stayed the same course for so many years, I feel like we are freer to make choices that are motivated by what feels right creatively at a given point in time.
I have to eat in a way that's good for me.
I have had Crohn's for about 19 years. It is a debilitating disease that affects my colon.
The average life spans of many bands are not that long, up to five years if they are lucky.
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