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Remembering Never Working On New Material

Remembering Never frontman Peter Kowalsky (aka Mean Pete) has revelaed to Lambgoat.com that he is once again working on new material with Danny (the two make up the duo who wrote most of the band's latest effort). Here's an excerpt from Pete's update:

"The RN camp as of late is in the beginning stages of blueprinting and kicking around ideas for whatever will be our new record, This Hell Is Home. Lambgoat took time out of their schedule to inquire about the late and not so great happenings.

"RN kind of imploded after our last tour with The Warriors and Full Blown Chaos that started when our long time drummer quit. When Danny left, we had a few fill-ins and just overall morale flew south, more so than ever. Touring 5 years non-stop with the same people will no doubt eventually turn into a very volatile situation, especially when one or more people suffer from depression and/or bi-polar disorders. Being in the band started feeling more like a business than a bunch of friends having fun. For the longest time I didn't even want to think of anything related to RN due to the mental strain it put me through. The stone cold truth of the matter is, because of the band, most of us were no longer friends, and it felt more like a chore than an opportunity to play shows in front of people that cared enough to come to the show and hang and have fun. For me, it's more important to be friends with the people that you put time and effort in with to write jams and tour with. There was a time we were more excited to go to random mall and steal everything in sight than to play the show later that day. Or for me and Aldo's case, we just wanted to go to used record stores and buy/trade as much awesome cheap shit we could. Actually, that part was great."

Source: Lambgoat

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