KILLSWITCH ENGAGE Guitarist Wants To Produce METALLICA So He Can 'Make Them Good Again'

J. Middleton of KGRG FM's "Brian Peppers and the Broken Bottle Brigade" met up with guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz of Massachusetts metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE prior to the band's March 10 concert in Seattle to talk about how the tour has been going without vocalist Howard Jones and other topics. Jay also decided to try and pick Adam's wacky mind and find out more about his other career as a music producer (having worked with AS I LAY DYING, UNDEROATH, THE ACACIA STRAIN, UNEARTH, ALL THAT REMAINS, FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES, JOHNNY TRUANT, PARKWAY DRIVE, THE AGONY SCENE, EVERY TIME I DIE).

Question: If you could have your dream job as a producer, to produce one band or one musician, who would it be?

Adam Dutkiewicz: "I wanna make METALLICA's next record so I can make them good again."

You can listen to Adam's response to the above question using the audio player below.


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