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You’re known for your screaming in Trivium’s songs. How on earth do you protect your voice?
“Well, the answer is…I don’t! [laughs] Protect my voice? Wow, I don’t know. Before a show, Matt and Paolo will be backstage with their iPods, and they’ll warm up singing and screaming notes. They definitely work on switching back and forth between the two extremes.
“As for myself, I never really learned any kind of vocal techniques. Basically, I just taught myself how to do it. I’ll have a beer before I go out on stage, scream a few times, and then I’m good to go. I don’t really warm up or anything. I just have a drink, let out some death-metal growls, and I’m ready.”
So your secret is alcohol?
[laughs] “Yeah, I guess! Any kind booze works. Jager is always good, of course. On the Mayhem tour we just did, because it was so hot, beer was the better option. A cold beer seemed like it called out to me rather than hard liquor. Having Jagermeister might not have been good on a hot summer stage. But yeah, drinking some alcohol before screaming works for me. I’m not recommending it to young kids - I’m just saying that’s what does the trick for me.”
“Being with someone can be like an addiction. Gradually, you can’t stand to be without them, everything you once enjoyed- you no longer care about, you become weak and dependent. Like a heroin addiction - you think you can live without it, but you’re gradually dying inside and out. Break free.” - Matt Heafy”—(via embodytheinvisible)
“It’s a sad and sickening thought that some people live in fear of their own families. Whether spousal abuse, child abuse, neglect or sexual abuse—it’s all tragic on a life threatening scale. Monsters will create monsters through their own actions. This song reflects the outright anger that I have for these people who think they can harm another in their own family.” -Matt Heafy”—(via embodytheinvisible)