GODSMACK Frontman: 'I Look Back And Never Regret One Stitch Of My Past'

GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna recently spoke to Dave Wedge of the Boston Herald about the upcoming release of his memoir, "The Paths We Choose", due on February 22 via Bartleby Press.

"Now I look back and never regret one stitch of my past," Erna said from his home in Windham, N.H. "I wouldn’t change it for anything, as tough as it was, because I don't believe I would have grown to be who I am today without that past."

"It's weird because it wasn't on my agenda in life to put out a published book," Erna said, noting that he penned the memoir on tour with GODSMACK. "It's just something that just fell into my life."

"This isn't your typical rock 'n' roll book," Erna said. "This has nothing to do with the drugs we've done and the girls we've slept with. It's almost a book of hope, as corny as that sounds. I'm hoping it'll hit a nerve with people who are still struggling, to show them there's a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. It's just a son of a bitch getting there."

Read more at the Boston Herald.


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