via Blabbermouth, 'Asked if "the touring machine of STAIND" is not going to be headling out anytime soon, Lewis responded:
"The touring machine, as you call it, of STAIND will never be again. Not like that, no. Never. Never. I could never go back to playing six shows [a week] eight weeks in a row. I can't do that. I have grown in my age and become very accustomed to playing Thursday, Friday and Saturday and being able to go home for a few days and unwind and try to kind of have a life aside from doing this." He added: "I worked really, really, really hard to get to this point where I can play three days a week and still do just fine.'
The encore of this past Friday's (August 4) Aaron Lewis And Friends benefit concert at Pines Theater at Look Park in Northampton, Massachusetts featured three original members of STAIND — Lewis, guitarist Mike Mushok and bassist Johnny April — with current drummer Sal Giancarelli performing a three-song acoustic finale that included "Outside", "Something To Remind You"