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Skrew (Adam Grossman) - interview (2006)
I guess if I had been more concerned with appearing like an Industrial guy then the music might have suffered but I didn’t ever give a shit how I was perceived so………I did what I wanted, how I wanted, and when I wanted.

Skrew (Adam Grossman) - interview (2009)
Adam Grossman talks about Skrew's come back with a new line-up, touring, songs ideas, "shining objects", religion, politics, big money and other issues you should read about!

Skrew (Adam Grossman, Ty Pickett) - interview (2011)
Adam Grossman: I'm no guitar virtuoso so I don't need scalloped necks or extra strings or fancy handles or whatever else can come on a guitar. I just want a hammer to brutally smash the preconceived notions and outdated paradigms of the listener. I wanna fuck people up with noise. ;) Ty Pickett: Right now the most difficult song to play in the setlist is "Burning In Water, Drowning in Flame" because it's usually the last. So that means we have to stop playing, and that sucks for someone that lives to perform. I can't speak for the rest of the band in many regards, but that is one truth we all share. We are seven motherfuckers that will pour every drop of life into our performances.

Skrew [reviews]
Skrew - Dusted
Rating: 4
Reviewed by Fabryka Music Magazine on .
This album couldn't have been done wrong. Gigantic sounds and as many as three guitar players have become a trademark of Skrew, however some people were cracking their heads to obtain such an extensive line-up during this phenomenal time in the history of the genre.
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