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Gail in Print: Modern Drummer, January 2009 Issue

The highly innovative Gavin Harrison of hallucination-inducing Prog Rockers Porcupine Tree is on the cover story of the January 2009 issue of Modern Drummer magazine. Inside you’ll also find my brain-dazzling updates on Pat Wilson of Weezer and Sean Davidson of LA metal band, Black List Union.

The Greatest Man That Ever Lived: The Weezer Interview!

Weezer This!

My Interview with drummer Pat Wilson from Weezer is up now at Ink19.com! Such radness!

Rock Star Quote of the Week: Pat Wilson of Weezer

Weezer Red
Weezer’s New CD. So Good!

“I have this conversation with engineers all the time. A drummer comes in and says, ‘I want it to sound like “When the Levee Breaks.”’ And the engineer always says, ‘Really? Okay, here’s what I’m going to do…’ and he throws up a couple of mics and the drummer plays and it sounds like shit (laughs). Then the drummer asks, ‘Why doesn’t it sound like “When the Levee Breaks”? And the engineer says, ‘Because you don’t play like John Bonham!’ It’s true! It happens all the time. ‘You want to sound like James Brown? Okay!’”