Why should he re-evaluate? It was his opinion, he didn't mind other LP albums, he didn't like OML. It's not like OML is the greatest LP album tbh. There are some good songs (NCSM, TTM, SE or BS) but overall it felt a bit underwhelming at the time and still feels like it to me regarding the circumstances which happened later on. I still skip Invisible, Good Goodbye or Sorry For Now. The interview's gonna be interesting nevertheless. I do not think there should be any apologies. LP did an album they strongly believed is good, a reviewer didn't. It's not like that OML is the only album ever with negative reviews. There's ton of them. I know positive reviews make the artist feel good and the negative just tear them down, I lived through that myself as my band's album received both very positive and some negative reviews. And the negative always tend to hurt. But I wouldn't want anyone to apologize for a bad review of my album.