Mental Decay is celebrating it's 30th year as a band. Did you think the project would go this far
when you started it?
You recently released a two CD set of early material on Working Class Records. Tell us
about the albums and when the work was recorded.
Mental Decay has gone thru some changes over the years. When do you feel you were most productive?
Is there a strategy or method to your music? Where do you draw your lyrical ideas from?
Is there a favorite show or a memorable bill from your vast history that stands out?
How are you celebrating this milestone? Most bands don't make 2 years let alone 30.
How do you feel music rates in compared to when you first started? Do the bands work as hard in the
post internet world?
Is there any new Mental Decay songs in the works? Can we expect a new record in the future?
Bill Weedo: I'd love to get new material out. Sometimes life takes precedence over music. As soon as we have time, there will be some new material. The process of writing and rehearsing, then fine tuning a song can be time consuming. I don't believe I can write a song in 5-10 minutes anymore. This lineup deserves to put their stamp on vinyl/disc and I will do all I can to make that happen. Like I said earlier, this group of guys are the BEST I've ever played with, bar none.