11:45 PM on 11/24/09
Just an example of inconsistency
Soundwave was good, but a tour would be amazing
12:32 AM on 11/25/09
What you feel will rarely rhyme.
God, I love this man. Second only to Tim McIlrath in terms of musicians who have truly impacted my life. I remember at the beginning of high school, I was really depressed and listening to really shitty, dark, gloomy music, and then I got Belt in some online sampler and I swear to god that song broke me out of all that shit and got me into music that dealt with angst effectively rather than being all whiney about it.
Long story short, I love this man.
12:43 AM on 11/25/09
Why does everyone find this so funny?
12:49 AM on 11/25/09
max said they would be back out again.
01:07 AM on 11/25/09
Originally Posted by Max Bemis
...I just see it so much amongst older bands, especially ones that used to have such younger audiences and now think they are a grown-up band, but they are still around the same age group of the kids who used to listen to them. Now they think they're Radiohead. It's like, dude, don't condescend to your audience that you don't care about them...
03:42 AM on 11/25/09
Talking about the second and third
I hope they come to the UK soon, I'm hoping for SA and blink at Reading next year.
06:47 AM on 11/25/09
Damn good coffee. And hot!
good interview. i like how he explained what he expects the self titled to be in the future.
08:25 AM on 11/25/09
Solid band, solid guy, solid interview.
08:31 AM on 11/25/09
i must have read a thousand faces
awesome interview, but i still believe that ...Is A Real Boy will prove to be THAT album in SA's career
10:00 AM on 11/25/09
Pretty eyed, pirate smile
i agree. self-titled is great though, defintly close as their definitive album.
10:38 AM on 11/25/09
This was a fantastic interview. Max seems like such a cool guy.
11:04 AM on 11/25/09
I don't think that Max Bemis could be cooler if he tried or if he cared. He is amazing and so extremely genuine.
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