Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness was recently interviewed by Loudwire, where he talked about the band’s legacy, music and influences, his recovery from drug addiction and joining Bruce Springsteen on stage. Mike was also asked if he sees Social Distortion continuing in the next 10-15 years, and his response was:
“Well, none of us really know how to do anything else. We still love what we do, so I imagine we’ll still be doing it.”
Social Distortion last released Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes through Epitaph Records in 2011, and they’re currently working on a new album.
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