Joshua Ostroff of the Toronto Eye caught up with Mad Child and asked if he and his Swollen Members bandmates are worried the commercial success of ‘Bad Dreams’ will lower their street cred. “I think it’s really important to remember where we came from and stay grounded, remember our roots,” he said. “I’ve been writing for the next album, just hibernating lately, taking it back to a militant mind state that I used to be in before [2000’s] ‘Balance’ even came out. I wanna make sure there’s enough stuff for the underground kids. I wanna make them happy that they believed in us first.”
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