I mean, it'd be such a shame to lose something we built because we had differences of opinion. I don't think it ends until we're finally on stage playing the songs. Now that it's done, how do you feel about the record? Every time I listen to the songs, I have mostly bad memories. So to play the amount of shows we'd need to play in order to make it feasible would be so exhausting. The other problem is that in Europe, we play in 20,000-person venues, but in America, we play in 2,000-person clubs.

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I felt like a cook who has to create a completely new dish and can't taste anything. I like being on the team, I like believing in the team, but I realized I'm not really a team player.

I like being the captain, and in a band, everyone's the captain. I realized it was just bullshit ego and stuff, not very important in the end.

Grinderman is a garage rock band formed by Nick Cave (vocals, electric guitar, organ, piano), Warren Ellis (electric bouzouki, Fendocastor, violin, viola, acoustic guitar, backing vocals), Martyn P.

Casey (bass, acoustic guitar, backing vocals) and Jim Sclavunos (drums, percussion, backing vocals), all of whom are members of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.

People were shocked, but we considered it quite normal. We couldn't make any decisions, and nothing was being completed. There were six captains driving the ship, but it wasn't going anywhere.

We were kind of disappointed when it became so crowded that we couldn't do it anymore because we'd be risking people's lives. Sometimes we'd break the group into smaller groups just so people could get stuff done.

With lyrics—performed in both English and German—such as "You've got a pussy/I have a dick/So what's the problem? Each musician—Kruspe, vocalist Till Lindemann, guitarist Paul H.

/Let's do it quick," radio was unlikely to touch it. Landers, bassist Oliver Riedel, drummer Christoph Schneider, and keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz—took on a different, archetypal porn character, including the suave man-of-money, a masochistic submissive, and even a digitally-modified transsexual. Even in the world of heavy metal—where "weird" passes for normal, and if you're not going against the grain, you're pretty much going nowhere—six East Germans belting out punishing, mechanically precise, balls-heavy industrial metal stand apart from the crowd.

But then we'd get back together and start arguing again. A single tree can grow big and strong, but if you've got several, they stay small and weak.