Do you think the nu-metal scene, the scene with Linkin Park and rap metal bands, is dying?
DF: See, now that’s what I consider nu-metal. It’s Linkin Park and those kind of bands. I don’t consider it, you know, old Coal Chamber, or even Korn for that matter, I don’t consider any of that stuff nu-metal. I consider bands like Linkin Park and all the rap metal kind of nu-metal. Do I think it’s dying, or whatever, I have no idea. I don’t think about it. I don’t want to think about it. I’m involved in a whole other thing that is anti-radio, and is going to bring the artistry back to metal by not trying to do something that’s directed toward the radio. Once you do something that’s directed to sell, you’re automatically not being a true artist. So, in DevilDriver, we’re trying to give you guys true art, true music from our heart, and we don’t want to pander to radio or anything anybody else does. MU: Do you find it much more difficult to be in a band that is directed away from the radio, as opposed to something that’s more radio friendly and getting station airplay. DF: Yeah, most d