This past Tuesday, The Weekender sat down for an interview with Mike Ness from Social Distortion, who discusses the band's next album and the 7-year wait for their latest one, "Hard Times And Nursery Rhymes", which had been in progress since 2006 but not released until this year. While he discusses the band's next album, he insists that there will be no more long waits. He explains:
"We have kind of set a goal to just be a little bit more prolific and not let the gaps be so big in between records. I realized, this time around, that the creative process doesn't have to end when the record is done."
"you usually shut down and get into tour mode, and this time I kind of left those doors open, and as a result, I'm still writing and still feeling a creative flow, so we have a great start on a new record. We're going to shock everybody, I think."
Exactly ten months have passed since Social D released "Hard Times And Nursery Rhymes" on Epitaph Records. They recently announced that they will tour again in January, and prior to that, they will be playing this year's KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas, which takes place next month.
Thanks for the report to DyingScene.com.