Tag: Nuclear Blast

Par Sundstrom of Sabaton

Par Sundstrom of Sabaton

“We had the chance to play on the actual battlefield in Poland where we sung the song 40:1, exactly 70 years on the hour of the battle. That was really magical, there was about 10,000 people that came to see the performance…” Swedish epic power metal superstars Sabaton are soon set to release the first ever live album, World War […]

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Dirk Sauer of Edguy

Dirk Sauer of Edguy

“I remember one girl that was singing on the album didn’t want to sing it as they were bad words, so she denied to sing the bad stuff haha!” Age Of The Joker, the new album from German metal masters Edguy due out on August 26th is sure to be one of the most talked about metal releases in 2011, as […]

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Axel Sjoberg of Graveyard

Axel Sjoberg of Graveyard

For Sweden’s Graveyard, to say it’s all happening is a slight understatement right at this very moment.  News just in sees their second album Hisingen Blues hit the Number 1 position in the Swedish album charts, whilst in the summer they will be sharing a stage with metal masters Iron Maiden in Gothenburg….that’s a pretty awesome start to the year in my opinion! […]

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Joey Skansas of All Ends

Joey Skansas of All Ends

All Ends latest album ‘A Road To Depression’ is quite possibly one of the albums of the year, at least according to my ears.  Founded back in 2003 as a side project of In Flames guitarists Björn Gelotte and Jesper Strömblad, the band soon turned into much more than just a project. After both had quit their duty as active […]

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Sonic Syndicate

Sonic Syndicate

With a new lead singer in Nathan Biggs, replacing Roland Johansson who departed when the band was on the verge of breaking in countries outside of Europe, Sonic Syndicate return with the smashing new album “We Rule Night”. Without virtually missing a beat, the band whet the appetite of it’s fans by releasing an EP “Burn This City” just months […]

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Hena Habegger of Gotthard

Hena Habegger of Gotthard

If you are reading this interview and are scratching your head thinking “who the hell are Gotthard”, then you can be forgiven. If this world was perfect, then Gotthard would be known as Switzerland’s most famous export, rather than a couple of tennis players, Toblerone and Swatch watches. Switzerland’s most popular ever rock band, Gotthard are about to release undoubtedly […]

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