Thats how it has played out for the rising rock group Fenix, TX, which recently reunited after a three-year breakup.
The band bubbled underground between 1999 and its 2002 collapse, which lead singer Willie Salazar compares to a break up with a girl who youve been with for 700 straight nights.
However, Fenix, TX, recently reunited for some live shows to promote a concert album, Purple Reign For Blood, and is discovering a whole new fan base who started listening to their music during their breakup.
Salazar says the big difference between the new incarnation versus the old one is we dont take it as serious as we used to. We have more fun.
Salazar says the new attitude is accompanied by a whatever happens, happens philosophy. He says thats because the band is more focused on live shows and hasnt even thought of recording another studio album.
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