No matter what happens, the band doesn't break up. That was our attitude going into it in —"We're gonna do this. This is our lives now, so it's not an option and it's not a hobby. This doesn't end. Nothing touches this.
You deal with everything else as best you can, you make it work in whatever ways you need to make it work, but the band doesn't break up. So in December, with your wife in the hospital and her and the baby's lives in danger, did the end of the band suddenly look possible?
When you're faced with something Album) that, you make these insane bargains with the universe, like, "I'll give up everything if they just pull through. I won't leave their side for the rest of my life, I'll never go on tour again. I've missed so much of my life because of the band. Then I'm faced with the possibility of death and you put everything into perspective and you're like, "Oh my god, there's so much I don't know about this person still because I've missed so much of their life and we're never together.
I'm picturing your imagination really running wild while you were in that purgatory. It was getting very, very, very out of control. A lot of it was really dark, and I think I touched upon it honestly in the record. It was a very big opening for me to actually feel something. I don't know that I've ever necessarily really done that. Every Time I Die and the lyrics particularly have always been very tongue-in-cheek and metaphoric and playful, but they've never been honest, because that would require me to feel something.
I think a lot of my lyrics are sort of a way of denying all this bad stuff was ever happening and I was just joking around with it. But this was very front and center for me.
It helped me to write some of the most honest lyrics I've ever done. And it's your longest record. It is, and "Religion of Speed" is the longest song we've ever done [at ]. I also just wanna say that I know that everything that happened with my wife and Zuzana is like, the story, but there's so much music there that's fucking These guys were writing things they've never done before, tapping into some source they've never tapped into, and it was perfect for me, who needed more room to figure things out.
It's so special, it's so much more than just another Every Time I Die record. Because it really does feel like it had to happen this way. What was the through line from this situation with your family into sobriety? And by the way, happy six months. I thank you, but I had a I fell off. It wasn't a proud moment, but it was something I feel like was my first try and I Under The Fuse Of Love - Geyster - Everytime I See Your Face (CD from it for a little bit and it's something I would like to try again.
But unfortunately that's no longer a standing statistic, and I feel kind Under The Fuse Of Love - Geyster - Everytime I See Your Face (CD embarrassed to say that, but I gotta be honest with you. Drinking was such a coping mechanism. I found it took a lot of effort and energy to try to connect with people while sober. It was a very concerted effort: "Okay, now I have to go out, and I have to talk to people, and I really have to try to engage in conversation that isn't aided by alcohol.
And it really has to come from a genuine place and I really have to try to relearn how to connect with people. When I found alcohol when I was like 16 or 17, I was like, "Holy shit, this is what it's like to have human interaction. When I stopped, and I realized there was so much energy needed to go out and do that, I felt like I just didn't have the energy, like I was Album) old to do it anymore.
I was finding it was a very lonely experience. When I said I was nothing without alcohol, I meant nothing in the sense that anybody who thought I was something really had it all wrong, because without it I was not that person whatsoever. Did it feel to you like you'd lost your identity? I had been so naively and youthfully boisterous about my drinking growing up, like, "I'm gonna drink and this is who I am and everyone parties and we all have a good time and everything's great.
I couldn't be drunk when my daughter and wife were in the hospital because if there was a phone call in the middle of the night I'd have to drive there. That's when the sobriety started, because I was on high alert all the time.
Then I found my identity slipping, kind of losing friends, but I had to prioritize. I was doing it for other people. Then I got home from Warped Tour, we'd moved into a new house, my wife and daughter were here, everything was great, and I was just like, "You know, I'm just gonna have a glass of wine with my wife and celebrate that we made it through this enormous ordeal.
Since then I've never really gotten drunk. I honestly can tell you that I don't like being drunk. Learning moderation was a big part of it.
It doesn't have to be such an extreme anymore. I don't have to be sober or fucking crawling home at four in the morning. How'd Brendon Urie end up on Low Teens? That'll get some heads turning. It will, and that's really one of the main reasons behind it. But Brendon and I are really good friends, he's a huge fan and I'm a huge fan.
I wanted one of those what-the-fuck moments that nobody ever would've really put together. That song reminded me of a short film, a noir film, and Brendon's style and talent is so unique and sort of classical that it seemed perfect for me. Due to high volume, we can't Album) to individual comments.
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