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Cherri Bomb Buzzine Interview
I could watch this for hours
Of the nine bands represented on AP's Warped Tour covers this year, which cover do you think would have the gnarliest gang after the apocalypse?
Vic Fuentes: I'd probably get on Ronnie [Radke] and Chris [Motionless] side.
Tay Jardine: Absolutely.
Kellin Quinn: Let's say it was Mortal Kombat and you had to fight through bosses. Chris would be the boss before the main boss. So he's be really tough, but Ronnie would be the mastermind of the whole thing. They would have the craziest gang. I went to Falling In Reverse show in Las Vegas, and they had some dudes there that looked like bikers. Chris has fans who have to deal with a lot of crap from people. I feel like my fans would be pretty weak. -laughs- I'd probably have the weakest gang. They'd be the best at diffusing situations, but they wouldn't be very strong.
Beau Bokan: Probably Ronnie Radke. Ronnie's been to prison!
Levi Benton: Ronnie and maybe Vic, he could have some cholo gangsters behind him.
Beau Bokan: He's got some gangster-ass friends, I'm sure!
Ronnie Radke: You know what? I'm crazy for not even thinking about my strong points for survival! I survived prison! I would break all my prison friends out.
Chris Motionless: I'm definitely going to say Ronnie would be the last one to go.
ALEXA THIS IS FOR PERFECT WEAPON!!!! WRONG AGAIN
Interviewer: DON’T KNOW IF ANYONE ELSE HAS TOLD YOU THIS, BUT WHEN THE AUTOMATIC INTRO TO YOUR NEW VIDEO COMES ON, I AM REMINDED OF THE HAUNTED MANSION AT DISNEYLAND
Andy: That’s kind of what we were going for. That voice is my grandfather who is eighty plus years old and lives in Cincinnati. The reason I wanted him to do it was because in World War II he would make announcements to the people on his base camp. I grew up in a strictly Roman Catholic area in Cincinnati and he would do all the readings at church. I always thought he had a really cool, interesting, kind of creepy tone to his voice and so it was natural that I wanted to get him involved in any way possible. He did a great job. I told him to make it sound like an old radio show, like the villain on a radio show. He was very excited to do it. If you have an interesting tone to your voice or something that people want to hear I think it is just as much an instrument or a tool to use as to singing or playing an actual instrument. I’ve always loved public speaking and people that are really good public speakers and can speak clearly. It’s always very interesting to listen to people like that and I’ve always really enjoyed old time radio shows where people use just their voice to bring across a message or create a scene in your head.
Let me introduce you to Andy’s favourite snack: PAPER.