Australia’s Time Off magazine caught up with Mudvayne bassist Ryan Martinie to get his take on the band’s decision to drop the masks and make-up with their latest effort, ‘Lost And Found’. “Well, in some ways we just don’t see this as the removal of an image – more the projection of the idea that ‘no image is the image’,” Martinie explained. “I mean, if we take off the make-up and all that then it’s a pretty big change and that’s now our image, that’s what we’re projecting. It’s not that we felt that the old image was not right or not appropriate anymore. Some people have asked if we feel it wasn’t working or we felt ashamed about it or something. It’s just not the case at all. I think this new album just suggested different ideas.”
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