Hey Neil, I was reading a few interviews of yours, and came across this: "Once I didnt finish a project as there was pretty much a total creative halt. This was the first Lynch Mob album. The new singer as it turned out, on the demos, was in a chemically altered state. But as a result of a couple of DUIs, he was unable to partake in that sort of entertainment. Without his chemical high, he wasnt able to sing like on the demos and the vocals came out flat and boring. It was really heartrending to not be able to get a performance out of him and to decide to walk away." I was hoping you could expand upon this experience? I know Oni Logan has a colorful history, as fans of Lynch Mob are painfully aware. How much time did you spend on the record? How far did you guys get? Are any of the songs you tracked on the final version of the album? Any information you'd like to share would be great. Thanks!