Killswitch Engage’s Adam D recently opened up about his mental health struggles during the pandemic.
The guitarist told Stoke the Fire that when Covid hit, he was initially grateful for the time off, but that soon changed.
He said, “I was, like, 'This is gonna be great. We'll take some time and we'll take care of ourselves, and when we get back we'll be in an even more positive headspace. And we'll tour non-stop when we get back to it. And then I think once the realization of 'COVID's not going anywhere' hit, I was, like, 'Oh, no. Oh, no.'”