Baroness pushes ahead after a nearly career-ending crash.

Art-metal titan Baroness pushes ahead after a nearly career-ending crash 

Baroness pushes ahead after a nearly career-ending crash.

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At that point, we needed to get home for some much-needed rest, so it didn't really settle in for me until I was home. In the fall, I realized that, wow, this album's actually doing really well. But it actually made it harder because we couldn't support it. That's the one thing that, if anything, started to get me down at the very beginning there: "What's going to happen when or if this thing loses steam?" I was terrified of that.

What are your impressions of the American health-care system after being treated in England?

We've still got a long way to go in America to get things right with our health-care system. [Laughs.] That's the feeling it left me with, absolutely. They have a pretty well-working system over there, and we could stand to take a few notes.

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