"Apparently the people who were doing the sound for it, the sound effects, needed a more human-like monster voice instead of using a lot of stock sound effects that a lot of other movies use, sound effects and animal noises and things like that, they wanted a human to try and recreate that. They thought it would be a little more organic. I don't know how, but my friend convinced the producers to bring me on board. I lucked out."
"Sure. I'm up for it. It was really fun, really challenging. I would love to try it again. It was literally four hours straight of screaming my head off to a movie screen - basically improvising with action on a screen. It was bizarre. Yeah, it was cool."
"In a sense, maybe not so much. It's just one specific character. I would say I use the same techniques that I use in some of my more extreme noisy bands, but other than that it was just like making a record. You go into a studio, you have a certain language you want to use, you hit record and you bang it out."