I'm just sitting here thinking of the run we finished up in support of "Time For Annihilation" and it would put some of you into a human version of a tailspin/nose dive. The rest of you think you could handle it, but you only end up falling out at some point as well. Don't get me wrong I always admire the effort people put forth to try and keep up with a well oiled machine. The best is observing the whole thing go down on a regular basis. Yes I must be talking about what goes on after the shows. We've seen some valid attempts to "party like a rock star" and they are nothing short of hilarious. There are the ones who start drinking early and when you see them after the show they are speaking in their native tongue... new born baby. I especially like the ones who think they can mix alcohol and whatever Bill Clinton didn't inhale only to find themselves nodding off while standing. Impressive! Or the ones who are getting poured into a cab before the bus even leaves. And then there are the peeps in Europe who hit it so hard they either miss their train on accident or don't care about sleeping in sketchy train stations. I guess what I'm trying to say is we appreciate all of these antics because they truly are conversation pieces and they make for some great memories. We have met some of the most entertaining people who we've seen only once and then there's the repeat offenders. This is a blog going out to all those who love to sneak away from everyday life even just for a night and live to tell about it. Or have one of us tell you about it! We've all been on the latter side before. It has been a successful 18 or so months and I am excited to go get my brown bear on and hibernate in the studio. The creative juices will be simmering like liquid hot magma until they're ready to spew out in the form of our next musical volcano. How's that for cheese?
Thank you to all for following this roller coaster ride called Papa Roach.