Fuzz Evil interview 18/11/23
MM: Can you tell us about your Band and who your biggest influences are? Hey thanks!
My name is Wayne Rudell and I am the singer and guitarist for the Heavy Rock band Fuzz Evil. We have a
raw garage rock/ punk vibe with soaring vocals and stoner rock riffs for days. I think some of our biggest
influences would include bands like Queens of The Stone Age, Jimi Hendrix, Mc5, The Stooges, The Misfits,
MM: Where do you draw your inspirations and ideas from?. I think I have always been inspired
by watching alot of great live bands over the years. Nothing gets me wanting to write more than to watch a
killer band that you love on stage. It makes me wanna step up our music and write better and better songs.
MM: What would you say is your Bands favourite song ? Personally I really love all the songs off
our first record. “Odin has Fallen” is style one of my favourites though.
MM: Plans tour and festival wise for 2023 We do plan to do some touring throughout the US and
hopefully make a couple stops on some festivals along the way.
MM: What can we expect from (Fuzz Evil) live. If you would come to one of our shows you could
expect a very high energy show with very tight music. I am always trying to get the crowd into and make
MM: What do you like best and worst about touring? I love the freedom of being on the road with
your boys. Laughing, drinking, and playing in a city every day. It is always a blast and you always get tons of
new stories from the road. The worst thing is how tired you get. It is tough staying up to 3am every night then
driving for 5-8 hours.
MM: Which three Bands would be your ultimate touring buddies. I think I would really love to
tour with Rick Shaws Billie Burger Patrol, Tigercub, and TurboWolf I think the shows would be fun as hell and
those guys are great people
MM: What's the most memorable concert you've been to (other than your own) and why.
My most memorable concert would have to be the first time I ever saw Tool. They had such a huge mystique
to them when I saw them on the Lateralus tour and we got to see them in the very front row against the gate.
MM: What do you feel has been your biggest accomplishment so far with. I think the
biggest thing we have achieved as a band thus far is landing a song on the hit show NCIS LA.
MM: Which are your Two favourite Albums of all time. Hmm that is a tough one. I would have to
narrow it down to Queens of The Stone Age Songs for the Deaf, and Radiohead’s Kid A
MM: Can you remember the first time you ever played live and how it felt to have people
watching you? The first time we played live was when we were younger, like 18 at our local church. Our
parents were very religious so our only outlet to play music when we were younger. Overall it was a great
experience and it taught us a lot about playing live.
MM: Growing up which Bands posters did you have on your bedroom wall. It would have
to be AC/DC and Jimi Hendrix
MM - Who do you think influenced the world of Metal / Rock more than any other person
It think it would have to be Tommy iommi of Black Sabbath
MM - Whats the most important thing to the band right now? I think the most important thing to
us right now is getting out a lot of new music. We just came off a 5 year hiatus so we have a lot of time to
make up for.
MM:If you could do a cover of any song which one would it be and why? Funny you say
that. We have two covers coming out in Dec. We have our version of “Down On the Corner” by CCR on Ripple
Music’s “Born on Bayou” compilation and The Cars “Just What You Needed” as a single.
MM: Tell us why we should buy and listen to your Band. I think our newest record “New Blood”
is a killer vibe at about 60 minutes of music. It is a really cool journey that you should try out. The album was
considered as one the top 30 records released in Oct of this year by the DoomCharts.com
MM: Four words to describe Fuzz Evil Thick, Catchy, Fuzz, Rock
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