Evan Seinfeld Is Nervous That New Biohazard Songs Are 'Almost Too Good'
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"We are in the studio, finishing our 10th studio album, and we're working Toby Wright, who has worked with Metallica, Slayer, Deftones, Godsmack, Korn," Seinfeld told Noisecreep. "The music is the best we've ever written. I'm nervous, because it's almost too good."
The boys from Brooklyn start recording the album in two weeks and envision an early 2011 release; the band will announce their label situation imminently. Seinfeld told us, but we can't divulge that quite yet.
Seinfeld did reveal that 'Vengeance Is Mine' and 'Screaming for Change' are two song titles on the upcoming album, which is he admitted is more "introspective. We're hardened guys who seen a lot and have been growing toward self-actualization. The song 'Decay' is about the environment. We will always address politics, inner struggles and dysfunction. And while this is not a brand new subject, it's still a new look."
When asked how good the new Biohazard is, Fuentes emphatically exclaimed, "I love it, I love it." Spoken like a good girlfriend.
As for the pocket-sized Fuentes, she's as sweet as she sounds on Stern. "I am working so hard with my website, ilovelupe.com and I'm working nonstop on a lot of projects," she said in her trademark upbeat, broken English. The pair is currently shooting a pilot for a reality show about their relationship. Seinfeld said, "It's about out life together and not just porn and rock, but being in love and never compromising our relationship for career."
The secret to this happy relationship? "Honesty and understanding," Fuentes said. Seinfeld concurred, "She is the only person I know who wakes up with a huge smile on her face and hits the ground running all day long. Because of her, I am getting younger every day."
Seinfeld has fully immersed himself into the porn industry, straddling the line between rock and porn. This might make some longtime Biohazard fans raise their discerning eyebrows, but Seinfeld doesn't care about that others think. His bandmates support him, and that's what matters.
While Biohazard fans have to wait till the calendar turns for new music, Fuentes' first major movie for the venerable Wicked Pictures, called 'Lolita,' is out Nov. 24.
Additionally, Biohazard will return to their stomping grounds on Dec. 16 for a show with Vision of Disorder and Life of Agony at New York City's Best Buy Theater.