Times of Grace Guitarist Makes Light of Depression in Studio -- 'Creep Show
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"In the studio, it was pretty much completely poop and fart jokes," Dutkiewicz told Noisecreep, then reconsidered. "It was either either dead serious, or it was poop and fart jokes."
"It's a great atmosphere," Leach admitted. "There were moments when I would finish a take and we'd listen back to it and both get chills. But for the most part, if I'm trying to nail a part I'm having trouble with, he would have me laughing so hard I'd be crying."
In addition to cracking jokes and playing the clown, Dutkiewicz -- who produced the album in addition to playing guitars, bass and drums -- engaged in some studio wizardry to further lighten the mood. "One of my favorite things to do is to take a singer's mistakes and collaborate them into one little song," He said. "I'll make crazy grooves out of it."
"And he'd play it before I did the take, so I would have to listen to a minute of this crap before I'm gonna sing the line again," added Leach. "And finally I'm like, 'Adam, seriously, can I do the take without that?' Then he would take my lyric and switch it around and add 'dicks' to it to make fun of me when I screwed up. It was a lot of fun."
'The Hymn of a Broken Man' is out Jan. 18.