I've always gone back and forth with bass and guitar.
I am a bass player, 100%, but it's funny because growing up people say you have to be either-or.
We all turned a blind eye to it – "Everyone, deal with your own shit." Because we were working so hard, since [2004's] There is so much stuff we have written and done, in between records, that hasn't even come out. Me and Billie – we don't play like 12-year-olds anymore. We were forced to stop, let the dust settle and reflect on everything in our lives, not just our accomplishments. How do you think that will affect the music you make next, the new songs Billie is sure to write?
But at one point, I was like, "Let's goof around." Somehow, we ended up wrestling backstage. " But with the mood depressants and alcohol, it doesn't end up in a jovial party.
In a recent interview with Ernie Ball, Mike Dirnt, bassist of Green Day, talked about his beginnings as a musician and the early days of Green Day.Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts.A copy of the license is included in the section entitled GNU Free Documentation License.I thought, "If I can just get some of this out of him . What was going through your mind as you saw Billie lose it on stage? You know, truth be told, I agreed with what he said, outside of mentioning anybody else. But the bigger side of it – I actually agreed with the rant. Then it came full circle to "I'm angry for what you're doing to you.