A Perfect Circle doesn’t spend a lot of time in front of the camera, nor does it really want to get all that acquainted with you. “In today’s day and age, with all the different shows that they have on MTV where every band is dying to show their homes off and be on dating games, it’s almost like you get to know these people a little bit too well,” Josh Freese tells Jason Bracelin of the Cleveland Scene. “They’re not interesting anymore, because you see how normal and dorky they are. We’ve kind of taken a back seat. It’s the same with [frontman Maynard James Keenan’s] other band, Tool. You can’t just turn on the TV and see them on Cribs or Behind the Music. They keep all that stuff to themselves. We also like to let the music and the art kind of speak for itself. People have tended to become that much more interested in it, because you can’t see us on AT&T commercials.” The full story at clevescene.com has since been removed.