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"I don't think we had any expectations in the beginning," Gontier told WRIF. The most we could ask for was just to be able to get out and play the songs live in front of people.
"We were more excited than anything just to get this record out that we had made and get on stage and start touring. "We all have the back story — me with THREE DAYS GRACE, Mike with STAIND and Corey with STUCK MOJO and DARK NEW DAY and EYE EMPIRE — but we definitely…
"Right now, we're just in the stages of demoing what we, as a band, believe are four or five of the best tracks that will be on the record, that we feel are the best tracks, that we are most happy with.
And as well, we're looking into producers and whether or not we're actually going to hire a producer to produce this record." He continued: "Between myself, Mike Mushok and [SAINT ASONIA bassist] Corey Lowery, we've all done some producing in our day, and at this point, a producer isn't one hundred percent necessary.
Young bands tend to use producers, and I think for a band like us, it's one of those things where we don't necessarily need one, but it's always nice to have an extra set of ears around regardless." SAINT ASONIA was announced in early 2015, with Mushok and Gontier joined in the band by ex-FINGER ELEVEN drummer Rich Beddoe and Lowery.
The group's self-titled debut album — which came out in July of that same year — contained the Top 10 rock radio hit "Better Place".
He can write incredible guitar riffs and he can write incredible music, and the same goes with Corey.
"I would say we're about halfway done, meaning the writing process is pretty much done," Gontier told Meltdown of Detroit, Michigan's WRIF 101.1 FM radio station (hear audio below).
At that point, the only real option was "let's put this band together, let's hit the road, make a record and see how it goes."How is the eagerness that comes with starting a band different when you've already been in another successful band?
Well, actually it's not a whole heck of a lot different really.
That's why we're all in this business, we love doing it.
The anticipation of getting on the road and all that stuff is the same as it was 10 years ago.