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"I wouldn't say it's really difficult. The thing is that the band is constantly changing while its genre stays the same and while the flow of ideas needs to be constant. Some people feel that this is in disagreement with their thinking and either prefer to emphasize their ideas or to leave the band in order to follow other projects."
Some people would categorize you as being conceited and as not really caring about your public. Is this true?
"Man, I'm a lot of things, but I'm no liar. I would agree that I and my mates have been arrogant in some situations. We've also shown that we don't care about what the public thinks in other cases. However, we really love our fans and we feel that there's a special bond between us. We don't want people to love us…we want them to love our music."