30 Seconds With The Word Alive's Telle Smith
The Word Alive is in no way messing around. Their music hits you in the face like you're a kid with a smart mouth. It's a spine-shattering, vulgar, primitive, form of metal that will leave you bleeding in its wake.
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We fired off an email out of our email cannon to vocalist Telle Smith to see what we could learn about his Royal Growlness in 30 Seconds.
Rocks Off: What is worst song in the world?
Telle Smith: Anything by Blood On The Dancefloor - worst music and even worse lyrics. They should not be an example for how to be anything related to being a human being. I've actually heard they are nice, so I don't get it.
RO: What is the best lyric in the world?
TS: Every song on Son I Loved You at Your Darkest by As Cities Burn. That record really meant a lot to me and still does to this day.
RO: Someone throws a beer bottle at you onstage. What do you do?
TS: Honestly that is pretty messed up, people like that don't deserve to go to shows. If I saw them I would have them removed. That's extremely dangerous. I don't care if that makes me sound square; people have died from stuff like that.
RO: Without worrying about space, time, or the laws of physics, what would be the ultimate gig to play?
TS: The first band to play on Mars would be pretty sick! The Moon would be too easy; Mars would take some crazy technology.