Da una parte annuncia il ritorno dei Tomahawk, dall’altra la (nuova) fine dei Jesus Lizard. Duane Denison impegnato su due fronti ben distinti ma soprattutto impegnato a raccontare lo stato delle cose della formazione texana che originariamente si era sciolta nel 1999.
“That reunion tour went so well – we kept it brief, and we didn’t extend it – that it just seemed natural to some of us to just go, ‘Well, let’s do an album. We all can still play, we get along, let’s do it’. Well, it’s a cliché only if you make it a cliché and you put out a shitty album. I thought, ‘Alright, I’m not gonna twist anyone’s arm to make this happen. I was the one that pushed it to get it going in the first place! So I said, ‘Fine, I’ll take my ideas with me’ and that turned into other things, and that’s just how it works. The ones that we really would’ve liked to do didn’t really materialize – like Australia and Japan – and then the ones that we weren’t so into, like in the U.S. or whatever, where it’s just kind of grinding it out, I didn’t want to do. I said, ‘I’ll do it if we play some new songs. You know, let’s make a deal here.’ Nothing. No. That killed that. In a way I thought, ‘Well, why spoil it?’ The reunion went so well, but personally I am tired of playing those songs and I don’t wanna play them anymore … I’d be perfectly fine with, ‘Let’s leave it at that, leave it on a good note, we’re all still friends.’”