What were your first thoughts when you found out that your follow up to Set The World On Fire was going to be a concept album?
I actually thought it was a really cool idea. Andy came to me and Jinxx, we were recording a song, and we were the first ones that he talked to about it, besides our manager Blasko [who also plays bass in Ozzy Osbourne’s band], and he told us he had this idea of the whole Wild Ones characters and kind of the image that we are now. He gave us the whole rundown and I immediately thought right away that it was really cool. So I was really excited when he shared that idea with us. Then we decided to go ahead and do that.
Which songs did you have the biggest input in creating?
We all worked collectively together on everything as a whole but I’d have to say probably “Bulletproof” and “Shadows Die” were the two that I started out with. I wrote the music to that and then brought those songs to the table. I’ve done that with practically all the songs on the past records, but on this one it was kind of more starting out with writing melodies and vocal ideas and then building songs around that. But “Shadows Die” and “Bulletproof” I brought to the table and kind of built them from there.