They flow nicely into each other creating a wholly integrated sound that reflects the spirit of the album. There are elements here that Culto and Fenriz would never have dared to try before, for example, the epic, almost power metally(!) choruses on Valkryie which beg to be sung along to. Another example might be the gritty Zakk Wylde type vocals that dominate the albums third track Lesser Men.
Ronnie: Well I guess we always tried to stay on the musical path that we originally sat out on back then. Even though we’ve sometimes tried to update ourselves a little we always end up sounding like PM. Basically to me there are two kinds of music, good and bad and we always aim for the good melody weather it’s heavy or the more soft stuff, so to speak.
LEE AARON is returning to the UK this July to bring her ‘Fire and Gasoline’ tour to the rock-hungry masses.
“I am so excited about the direction of the new album. I grew up influenced by the blues, and the great blues-rock singers – Paul Rodgers, Robert Plant, David Coverdale, and Ian Gillan…I wanted to get back to the basics: great songs with great vocal performances.”