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One Question Interviews: Tear Them Down

Viktor (Tear Them Down)

SPB: Do you take any precautions to stay healthy while on the road?

Viktor: Well I think any member of any band have a brief moment before going on tour like the scene in Backstage Passport where Fat Mike puts a ton of random pills in a toiletry bag. Whether it is only some pills for a sore throat, bad stomach, or whatever at least I will get some things together--although when you´re finally on the road on an underground punk rock tour common sense will get you far. 

But let´s be honest, maybe that is the one thing that is lacking when you had a good show and a nice party afterwards and end up falling asleep on the promoter´s floor without a sleeping bag and it´s freezing in the morning. And at the end of the day there is nothing to cure a cold like that rush of adrenaline on the show the next evening. Ginger is nice too.

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Words by Loren on June 11, 2015, 6:11 p.m.

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