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One Question Interviews: Comeback Kid

Jeremy Hiebert (Comeback Kid-guitar)

SPB: What’s your least favorite record you’ve made? Why?

Hiebert: Like I said to out label's publicist, “Do I really have to answer that one?” That's like someone asking me to do a nude photoshoot when I'm feeling fat and pasty white after the Christmas holidays. But anyways, after you have put out 5 records and can take a step back and look at them with a bit of a critical eye, you can kind of see what albums really had an impact when they came out and where the band was at the time of making it. That said, Broadcasting… is probably the record that to date that connected with people the least. I think we can attribute this to us trying to find ourselves after the first two records we did with Scott. We obviously wanted to pick up where we left off with Wake The Dead but also knew that having a change of vocalists meant that we were going to be in new territory, finding our new sound. Oddly enough though, there are still people out there who tell us that this is their favourite record. 


Words by Loren on May 21, 2015, 1:18 p.m.

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