I've been told by people that it's okay to cry but, you know what, it's been used against me.
It's bad poetry executed by people that can't sing. That's my definition of Rap.
So I don't cry anymore, I just beat people up. It's a lot more fun.
Some people say I'm a pussy. I say, you are what you eat.
I want to stay away from politics, or else I'll probably end up putting my size fifteen foot into my mouth.
One of the things I've always personally tried to stress with this band was to have some kind of visual aspect and to be consistent with it - like, not to change.
Yes, there are times when I get extremely depressed and how I sublimate those feelings is through music.
I stay way from that area, and there's only so many songs you can write about love, sex and death.
There's a lot of things that go on when you're on tour that cannot be controlled. I'm not even talking about myself, but of course there's sexual activity and drugs, fighting and language; it is certainly not a place to raise a family.
I don't really like to play live. I don't like to be on stage. I feel very self-conscious.
I don't know what to say to that, but I have to agree with Johnny that, yeah, we do touch upon things that most men would rather not admit: That we feel pain, we cry, get sad and sometimes don't deal well with disappointment.
I find that different types of music are good for certain activities.
I like to put on hardcore when I have to clean my apartment, which I hate to do, but it's motivational. I like old heavy metal when I'm outside working on my car. Music has definite functions for me.
I think aerobics are great, of course, but it just bores me out of my mind.
It's a funny thing, when you talk to God, you're religious, but when he talks to you, you're a psychopath.