What’s the atmosphere been like for you on Mayhem this
The atmosphere has been really positive. Morale’s been very high. All the bands involved are just doing their thing, but behind the scenes you get to know everybody a little bit. It’s kind of a cliché at this point for summer festivals, but it’s kinda like a summer camp, a little bit.
So how does it feel for you guys to be able to be a part of Mayhem?
The way things worked out, and the fact that we’re on it, we’re happy. We’re happy to be here; we’re honored to be here, because this is something that every band should be thankful for, because we’re playing in front of thousands of people, and a lot of those thousands of people probably don’t know who you are. So that just allows us to do what we do, and what we do is – we’re a live band. We try and get the music to the people. So it’s one of those things – I have absolutely no complaints.
Who’s your favorite band on the tour to watch?
Hatebreed. I’m a big fan of those guys, as people as well. Their show is always exciting. Jamey Jasta, really, he’s one of those dudes who’s a master at getting people going. He actually invented the getting the circle pit around the front of house. It’s really cool. I’ve seen a lot of bands steal that directly, but he’s one of those innovators.