Mike SOS: What have you guys been up to lately?
Pig Benis: Drinkin', thinkin', stinkin'.
Mike SOS: How does it feel to break out after such a long time on the local circuit?
Pig Benis: Same as home except the clubs treat you better.
Mike SOS: Where does your diverse musical style stem from?
Pig Benis: We each have 5 dads.
Mike SOS: When did you feel as if youíd finally made it to the next level?
Pig Benis: 4 lawyers and 3 lawsuits.
Mike SOS: Describe the Cleveland scene and its pluses and minuses.
Pig Benis: You can play out whenever you want, as long as you sell a ton of tickets and promise not to take any money.
Mike SOS: Whatís the toughest thing about being in a band?
Pig Benis: Answering stupid questions.
Mike SOS: Can it get difficult with so many band members in your band in regards to creativity and viewpoints to work together?
Pig Benis: Not when you have the biggest dick in the band.
Mike SOS: What are your currently listening to?
Pig Benis: Trent telling me not to be a smartass.
Mike SOS: What do you think of the current state of heavy music?
Pig Benis: Do you mean Iowa?
Mike SOS: Anything you would change in hindsight during the course of your career?
Pig Benis: My career.
Mike SOS: When you guys get compared to Slipknot, Mudvayne, etc., what is the initial reaction and how does the band in general handle such criticisms?
Pig Benis: Itís like a walk in the park... in Cleveland... in February.
Mike SOS: Whatís on tap for the rest of 2002?
Pig Benis: Dortmundergold & Budweiser.
Mike SOS: Where do you see Mushroomhead in five years?
Pig Benis: The flying machine.
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