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- Posted on Dec 11th 2009 6:41AM by Julian Marszalek
Speaking to BBC 6 Music, singer-guitarist Josh Homme said, "Ego is a real problem normally; you can't be honest when people have an ego and everything is so overtly personal, but we pursue the best ideas available to us regardless of where they come from, that it doesn't really matter."
For Dave Grohl -- returning to what many see as his rightful place behind a drum kit -- it's the live experience that keeps things together.
He explained, "The shows are so rewarding, that it doesn't matter how sick of the road you are, when you go out and play it really makes up for the other 22 hours of the day when you might be exhausted."
Indeed, for Grohl, the moment the music stops is the moment that the drummer realises how much he loves what he's doing. "After the America tour and our last show in New York City, there was a real come down from that -- a real crash. It was such a great gig, and then you realise you're not going to do it for another two weeks, and that sucks."