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I've seen that happen to so many bands and I don't want that around.Yeah, in my mind, it feels like it just came out but I'm usually writing lyrics.I think it sounds better and it's easier to do because when I record, I usually come up with a lot of stuff that I would have to show somebody else how to play. They came up with certain ideas and I came up with ideas. There were some things that were a little hard because I used to play Jacksons so when I switched to ESPIt seems like the more years go by, the more time I like to take to warm up.Way back in the day, I'd be OK with like 20 minutes of warming up. But there's nothing wrong with playing guitar and there's not much to do before the show so you might as well [writers note: at this point I came to the realization that there were no strippers on the bus]. I like to take my time warming up so I'm not stressed out about it. There are certain things I do before every show but I try to find new things to practice so I don't get bored.In their home country, Children of Bodom (COB) is one of the best-selling [Nuclear Blast], still retains and expands upon the signature elements of their sound, namely New Wave of British Heavy Metal-style minor riffs, harmonized melodic lines, double-bass-drum-powered sixteenth-notes at breakneck tempos, and lyrical themes that even Edgar Allen Poe might find macabre. In what ways do you think your playing has evolved since then? I’ve pretty much had all of my techniques down for quite a while, but now I pay more attention to playing a solo or a riff that will serve the song as opposed to just showing off.Of course, there’s always going to be an element of showing off, this being a metal band and all, but essentially I’m much more conscious of every note I play and how it relates to the song. He's played in a couple bands so I always knew he could play guitar.When we started looking for a new member or at least somebody to do the shows with, we tried out a couple guys who didn't live in Finland and it didn't work out and this guy, he was right there and he just informally brought it up like, \"hey if you guys need any help, let me know.\" I hadn't heard him play in a while so I had him send me a video with a couple of riffs to see if he could still play and he rocks. He's a quick learner and so far, it's been awesome.
Being in a band is more about having people you get along with.I've always had it down pretty well but there are certain parts I have to work on a lot harder than others. When I'm singing I want to make sure that my playing is still spot on.Actually I've been working on some finger picking stuff that I've never really learned to do before. CHILDREN OF BODOM GUITARIST/SINGER/SONGWRITER and fan-crowned king of melodeath metal Alexi Laiho has made a career by doing things his way—be it prominently featuring synthesizers in an otherwise guitar-dominated genre, tackling decidedly non-metal covers, or just daring to shred fearlessly during an era when even metal heavyweights like Metallica were declaring that guitar solos were dated. CHILDREN OF BODOM GUITARIST/SINGER/SONGWRITER and fan-crowned king of melodeath metal Alexi Laiho has made a career by doing things his way—be it prominently featuring synthesizers in an otherwise guitar-dominated genre, tackling decidedly non-metal covers, or just daring to shred fearlessly during an era when even metal heavyweights like Metallica were declaring that guitar solos were dated.Over the course of 14 years and eight studio albums, he and his Finnish cohorts (guitarist Roope Latvala, bassist Henkka Seppälä, keyboardist Janne Wirman, and drummer Jaska Raatikainen) have earned a huge worldwide cult following, headlined major festivals, and become a frequent topic of discussion in metal- and guitar-related online chat forums.