Interview with . . . Heart Attack Man

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Heart Attack Man of Cleveland might be one of those bands that you either love or hate. As someone who listens to a lot of music, I can honestly say that not every band is for everyone. They are ok with getting under your skin. So take a listen to their music and decide for yourself. Eric Egan, the vocalist/guitarist for Heart Attack Man, answered a few questions that you can read right now.

Please welcome Heart Attack Man to the blog.

Where was your first show as a fan? As a band?

First concert I saw where I could comprehend what was happening was Red Hot Chili Peppers and Queens of the Stone Age. First show I ever played was at a coffee shop with my first band the summer between eighth grade and freshman year.

Is there a need for band merch for pets?

There’s a market for everything…necessity is but a matter of opinion I suppose…

When did you become fascinated with the Manson family?

I first started getting interested in cults and serial killers and all that good shit around fifth/sixth grade.

Have you read “Helter Skelter?”

I haven’t, I’m a poser.

Have you ever done a prank with fake blood?

Yeah, one time in high school my friends and I vandalized an elevator with fake blood and spray painted a bunch of crazy shit if that counts as a prank.

What do you watch on TV/Netflix/YouTube?

I don’t watch TV at all, I hardly watch Netflix, but on YouTube I really like watching conspiracy theory videos and antique weapon restoration ASMR videos.

Is Emo just a phase?

Emo is a disease.

Can you be Emo and happy at the same time?

I would imagine if one can be a family man but live a double life as a serial killer, one could possibly be emo and happy at the same time.

What do you want people to know about Heart Attack Man?

If you’re one of those super PC people that complains about everything on the internet, you might be better off listening to something else.



“Just a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.

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