There is just something about good old Celtic Punk Rock, and the sounds of a pint of Guinness in your mouth and headbanging to a band like Dropkick Murphys that makes it magical. Despite their early beginnings being mostly based in traditional punk rock, they have mixed some Irish themes into their music stamping their own unique sound on their music.
At this point in my life, I would really like to work with people that I admire and people that are great players. And people that I share a creative bond with. And that’s very, very important to me. I spent 30 years with a group of people that didn’t share that. And so, it’s really a pleasure to play with enthusiastic, happy people who are really good players.
I can’t say enough about the resurgence of Glam Metal throughout Europe, we have Wig Wam’s awesome record, Babylon Bombs, Crazy Lixx, CrashDiet just to name a few of the grand slams this year of 2010. But now we have a pure straight up 80’s metal Glamara of a debut album from Finnish newcomers “Reckless Love”.