Every Time I Die have just finished their UK tour with My Chemical Romance, however before they buggered off to their 50 floor mansions in Hawaii I managed to catch a few intimate minutes with front man Keith to discuss politics, religion and gravity awareness. Q1. How have you found touring with My Chemical Romance so far? It’s probably the smoothest running tour we’ve ever been on. Their crew is extremely helpful and professional and the band is still as down to earth as they ever were. Q2. Your current album í¢äåñGutter Phenomenoní¢äå has been extremely well received. Now that you are an established international rock star how is your life style going to change? I’m going to have to lose all respect for humanity. Q3. What has been your best and worst experiences on tour? The worst is always getting sick of the road. I’ve been in situations where I’m throwing up while shitting my brains out. Actually, that may be the best experience I’ve had, Q4. Not dissimilarly to me you wear a lot of checked shirts, are you a closet cowboy? Nothing closet about it. I bring a horse in the trailer and drink ginger beer. Q5. Last time you came in was on the í¢äåñUnder The Guní¢äå Tour with A Life Once Lost, and Twelve Tribes. Have you found the audience with My Chemical Romance very different? They are far less í¢äåñmaleí¢äå. Q6. Your last video featured the infamous Michael Madsen, what was he like to work with? Stunning. We got along famously. No ego, all party animal. Q7. Tell us an interesting fact that people don’t know about you? I’m the only one who really gets í¢äåñití¢äå. Q8. If you could have a one to one with anyone (alive or dead) who would it be and why? Right now I’d say Michael Angelo (the sculptor/painter, not the Ninja Turtle) just because I’m reading a book about him. Last week I would have said one of the Garbage Pall Kids. Q9. What’s next for Every Time I Die? We’re playing on the Moon. A benefit show for gravity awareness.