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One Question Interviews: The Dirty Nil

Kyle Fisher (The Dirty Nil)

SPB: What song in your active set list requires the most practice? What part is the hardest to get down? 

Fisher: “Little Metal Baby Fist”

The second verse is tough in that song to maintain a good tempo. Sometimes the snare roll can slow the song down. We've got it now though.


Words by the SPB team on Nov. 30, 2015, 1:41 a.m.

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