For the heavier crowd, you're definitely going to get your money's worth [from this tour].
As far as thinking about death and murder and various ways of killing people and how people die... I probably have the most twisted mind in Slayer.
I read a book recently by a psychiatrist who was able to interview a few serial killers and she had a thesis on how you could figure these people out. And she thinks that there are things that could tell you whether someone has the potential to do that.
I read true crime books, and I read when people do case studies of stuff. I'm into books like that. Case studies or forensics or murder - all that good stuff.
Oh yeah, our first tour in Europe they wouldn't give me the time off from work.
We just bought a new house, so my wife's been doing all the moving and other stuff, so I would like to go home and just sit and enjoy all that for a couple months before I gotta start playing again.
I would have to work on the song and figure out how they wanted the song done, because they're such high-intensity songs. We figure that out first, then I go back and listen to it and go over and rehearse stuff with it and try to get a feel for the words.
After that I didn't listen to music as much because '70s music just wasn't... I remember all the songs, but it wasn't because I was into them, you know what I mean?
As long as it's good music, that's what's important.
I follow politics, but I don't like to discuss it.
I had to be at least 8 or 9; I was listening to everything on the radio. You name it, I heard every song.
Whatever had been on the radio in the '60s; I mean we were always listening to the radio.
Fortune is either with you or it's not.