Although acts like Green Day and Simple Plan could rightfully lay claim to being among the biggest acts on the planet, No Use For A Name frontman Tony Sly feels there is little that connects them musically or philosophically. “I don’t see us as a peer band of some of those big bands right now. We’ve come from a completely different scene,” Sly tells Australia’s Time Off magazine. “We’re on an independent label and we always have been, and I can’t really relate to the major-label bands.” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.
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