I wouldn’t exactly class Pirate Metal as a genre really, but to see so many up and coming metal bands who hail us as the forefathers of Pirate Metal is pretty cool. I know when we first started a lot of people claimed that we were simply copying
The blue collar style of the band in general added eve more synchronicity on stage and that also dug well with the fan base. You’ll notice that they all share the same backstage rooms and don’t have fancy assistants or are inducing themselves in any psychedelic drugs. A bottle of Guinness and some instrument adjustment is what the band mettle’s with before hitting the limelight.
The setlist is crammed with pretty much every classic Prong track you could ask for, leaning heavily on their highly acclaimed albums Cleansing and Beg to Differ from the early 90’s, but also including three tracks from their last album X (No Absolutes).