JZ: Yeah, so we’re gonna throw a couple of songs from the new album into the set tonight and then when you see us again down the line you’re gonna hear more of the album in the set, you know?
JS: Yes. Everybody should be at the show tonight. If you missed the last three shows, not the end of the world, especially if you’re still in the east coast. There are more Life of Agony shows coming up in May.
JZ: So we are playing Stroudsburg, PA on May 12 and then May 13 we are playing Long Island, Wantaugh, NY.
AR: First time in a very long time. We haven’t played Long Island in I can’t remember.
JZ: Yup, May 19 we play Lancaster, PA and then May 20 we play Starland Ballroom.
JS: Yes, speaking of the ballroom, I was there for Mina’s birthday, that was an awesome fucking show by the way, so yeah Starland Ballroom is definitely a good venue, you gotta check it out. It’s bloody fantastic. I caught you guys there, I caught Garbage there. It’s a kick ass venue man.
JZ: Yeah, we’re gonna have fun.
JS: Okay I got one last thing, Zire’s War. That’s how we met. Cuz I was catching Biohazard on the small little tour that they did. And Lo and behold you got Zire’s War opening.
AR: Was that your first show?
JZ: No, I believe our thrid show.
JS: Zire’s War… you with some of the guys of Misery Kills.
JZ: And John from Stereo Mud.
JS: YES Stereo Mud! So what’s going on with Zire’s War? I know you’re busy with LOA
JZ: Well the way I am in life is that I want to give my full attention, my full energy, my committment, to what I’m doing. I can do both when we are playing live when LOA is touring, and I can fit Zire’s War in between it. That’s one thing, but making a record is a completely different animal. And when it was real when we were about to do this record. I spoke to the guys, and told them, and Zire’s War I write the stuff, I don’t wanna call it “My Band” but it is my baby that I’m putting it out on the world, so I told the guys that it’s very important that I do this LOA record and give it my full attention. And not try to squeeze Zire’s War because then I’m thinning this out or I’m thinning that out for each other. And that’s not healthy for either project. So I want to give it my full attention for this Life Of Agony record. And I’ll get that Zire’s War record out as the Life Of Agony cycle continues here. I plan on recording somewhere down the line. And finally getting out. And I think it’s a great thing because this record has reintroduced all of us back into the industry. It’s not easy out there. Not everyone is throwing deals at you. So being relevant again is important to us individually. You know Alan has his comics and coloring books he released. All that’s going on with Life Of Agony, it all trickles down in our personal adventures. It all just helps each other. You gotta be smart about what you do. And you can’t step over each other. And that’s the way I saw it if I tried to push to do both with full force at the same time. So I’m going to pick up Zire’s War again. The songs are there, they’re not going anywhere and I’m making them better and working on them here and there at home. So now when it finally comes out, and when it’s released I can give it more of my attention. It will make a lot more sense.