Thursday, June 30, 2011
No Warning played a lot of random shows. We toured the US a bunch of times, but only on our "hardcore" record like once and only got as far as Chicago or something and then we left our van in an alley and took the bus home. I funded the whole band with my acting money for the first bunch of years. When we got signed, the rest were these hellishly empty tours with bad metal bands, random screamo bands, and random nu metal bands. Looking back these shows were terrible but the times provided some amazing memories and insane stories. The things you get up to on an empty tour with nothing to do, and not much to worry about. We had no idea what we were doing and just went with it all. One day maybe I'll write it all down. All the sides of the musical world I have seen from being signed to Linkin Park's label/Warner Bros and touring many places with a bunch of psychos, to being in Fucked Up the ultra indie hardcore band touring the world with a whole different breed of psychos. I just did a big interview with Razorcake Magazine that will come out soon. It covers everything I have ever done, and what I think about it all.. Needless to say, the interviewer did his research. It's decent. Here's some photos of a weird time, but a good one. Thanks to Robin. NWC.