Can we just start with a bit of background? Tell me a bit about your journey as a musician, from early days through to the making of Innovations of Grave Perversity?

Eric: I’ve been writing songs since I must’ve been about 7 or 8. I remember starting bands with my neighborhood friends and we’d write these little songs and record them on a tape deck. I was always really interested in the concept of creating an album as a work of art, even back then. I’d take polaroids of the band members and myself and cut them out and collage them to make little CD covers for our dream albums…

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