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PostSubject: Hawthorne Heights Regret Lawsuit   Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:05 pm

Hawthorne Heights now have a different perspective on their famous lawsuit against Victory Records. Rolling Stone caught up with the band and with the benefit of 20/20 hindsight, they now express some regret about filing the suit (despite having a court victory). They also discuss their late guitarist and a new tribute song they have written for him.

"We want to be able to release a record however we want," drummer Eron Bucciarelli told Rolling Stone. "We had sort of been misguided a little bit at the beginning of that whole process. I think if we knew then what we know now, we may not have even filed a lawsuit to begin with. Our legal system is set up for justice, but that doesn't really matter in terms of the record industry because artists' careers are so short, you can't just be tangled up in lawsuit for two or three years. It's impractical. We could go into the studio next week if we're able to and make this new record."

The interview took place on the eve of the band's first show since the death of guitarist Casey Calvert last November. "There is one song that we're playing especially for Casey. It's a new song," Bucciarelli said. "Once we're out there, we'll announce it and let people know what it is. It's going to be on our next album, but the song is still a work in progress and we're changing it day by day."

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