Sam: When did you
guys start working with Pushead?
Phillip: "Pretty much from the
beginning with kylesa. We sent him a rough copy of
what became our first album and it started from there."
Sam: Are there plans for any more 7"
releases in the near future?
Phillip: "There is possibly, but
there are no concrete details right now."
Sam: Three of you do vocals, how
did that come about?
Phillip: "That really came about
by just not wanting a front person. We all just started
pitching in and it has just kind of naturally developed
into what it is now."
Sam: How did you guys go through
the songwritting process for the new album? and how
did you pick a producer?
Phillip: "There isn't really a
formula we use for evrything we write, the process
changes constantly. I can say a lot of time and thought
was put into writing these songs, by all of us. As far
as a producer goes E.J.(Prosthetic Records) threw out
some names and Alex Newport seemed like a great idea.
He is really good at getting the bands he works with
their own kind of individual sound, and that's what we
Sam: Do you guys prefer analog
Phillip: "I am the recording nerd
of the bunch, and I also do producing for other bands
as well as playing in kylesa, and I like both analog
and digital. I think there are advantages to both."
Sam: Upcoming tour plans?
Phillip: "We have a few in the
works, the most definate one right now is a European
tour from the end of August through September"
Sam: Who is the craziest band
you've toured with?
Phillip: "Honestly I think we are
usually the craziest band, but I'd say Planes Mistaken
For Stars definately threw down. Darkest Hour were also