|Butcherwhite talks with DaveTV at The Parish Room in 2007.|
|Full Service interviewed at Backwoods Bash 2008|
1. Dog Face Cow was formed in 2008 while all of you were in school at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. How did you guys meet?2. Originally the band’s name was The Mud Flapper Band. Why did you change it to Dog Face Cow?3. You’re about to embark on your first national tour opening up for Daughtry. How’d that come about?4. You ready to ditch the van and hit the bus?5. (Ask about the band(s) they are playing with) So, Daughtry. Are you a big American Idol fan?6. In April you released your second full-length CD, “The Udder Cuts.” What is your favorite song on the new album?7. Tell me about “Cringe,” the first single off the new album.8. How was it recording in the Los Angeles studio?9. Was the recording process very different now that your signed to ________ Records?10. You’ve got a catalogue 2 LPs and 3 EPs deep. What is your favorite Dog Face Cow song ever?11. You’ve been known to throw a few cover songs in your set. How do you choose them?12. What is the most memorable Dog Face Cow show memory you have?13. You’re coming through Austin on ______, playing ______. Last time you played Austin it was at Red Eyed Fly. What are your thoughts on this town?14. What is one thing your fans would be shocked to know about you?15. When you’re not on the road, what do you do?
1. Who are your influences?2. Why are you in a band?3. Do you get a lot of chicks?4. What kind of guitar do you play?5. What’s your favorite food/movie/band/song/alcoholic beverage?6. What goes on... on the bus?7. What genre are you in?8. How would you describe your sound?9. What inspires you to make music?10. Your favorite place you’ve played?11. What are your band’s goals?
|Dimmu Borgir. Galder is the bald one.|
Q: Dimmu Borgir is classified as “Black Metal.” What is the difference between death metal and black metal?
A: *pause* It’s more evil. Black metal is more evil
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