PRONG Vocalist Reflects On Bands Fans Leaving After Success Of Hit Song “We’ve Never Gotten Those People Back, And I Don’t Know Why”

Tommy Victor started Prong back in the late 80’s and quickly established themselves among the hardcore/punk ranks with their EP Primitive Origins and quickly followed that up with their first full length, Force Fed.  Over the next 2 decades Tommy would steer Prong into various sonic territories, all while solidifying the bands “sound”. Various iterations of bands lineup have come and gone over the years with Tommy being the sole original member, but the band still sounds as good as ever with their most recent release, “Age of Defiance”.

Tommy Victor opens up about the band losing their original fans with the crossover success of the song “Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck”, and how it’s great that the song was able to appeal to so many, but ultimately cost the band a lot of their original fanbase, while the fans of the single also didn’t stick around either, and how that has effected the bands career.

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