My Darkest Days Use Toxic Relationships To Fuel New Album “Sick And Twisted Affair”
“We listen to all types of music. We take stuff from R&B, hip hop, country and bring it into rock and make it something new,” so says My Darkest Days‘ frontman Matt Walst. The band took Joe & Mystikal’s 2007 Top 40 smash single “Stutter,” added a little sex appeal and re-worked it into a rock banger.
The cover song is only one of nine tracks on the band’s sophomore release titled Sick And Twisted Affair. Produced by Joey Moi, famous for his work with Hinder, Daughtry and Santana, the album includes guest musicians John 5 (Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie) along with Three Days Grace members Barry Stock and Neil Sanderson.
In part 2 of the band’s behind-the-scenes teaser, My Darkest Days describe the tough personal relationships that served as much of the album’s inspiration. “I think we’ve all been in a relationship before that’s just so toxic,” explains lead guitarist Sal Costa. “You want it to be over, but don’t really want it to be over… Just seeing them with another person eats you alive.” “Humans, we’re all just walking contradictions,” adds Walst.
-Jay Tilles, CBS Local