We wanted to create something fresh and new within the metal genre. Me, Olof and Jake E had a strong belief in our music. We worked really hard to make it as perfect and satisfying as possible, for us. I can’t point out any specific reason besides that maybe the world was ready for a change at this point. Luckily a lot of people did receive the message we wanted to send out to them through our music, and we couldn’t be more grateful and happy for that.
Exclusive Interview with Walking Papers featuring Duff McKagan
Exclusive Interview with Keith St John (Vocals) (Burning Rain, Montrose)
Stop stealing my music you bastards, buy it. Was that politically incorrect? Doesn’t matter political correctness sucks. Oh, and a BIG thank you to all those who support us.
Exclusive Interview with Damon Johnson (Guitars)(Black Star Riders, Thin Lizzy, Alice Cooper)
I chose my favorite singers and was very influenced by them during my writing. Style, range and key – I really did my best to make the singers shine as much as possible.
Basically, we have selected a lot of songs over the years and we thought that we will release them on the next album or the next single. At one point we put all the tracks together and we figured that
we have got enough material to have an album. Actually all this material, we considered too cool to be considered B side material. We thought that it deserved a record of its own. We reworked and remixed everything and Interlude is the result.”
Exclusive Interview with Doug Aldrich (Guitars) (Whitesnake, Dio, Burning Rain)
Exclusive Interview with Michael Devin (Bass) (Whitesnake)
Mille”You would be surprised, before we even went into the studio the band had only played two gigs. I talked to my friends in Exodus and when they told me, before they did “Bonded by blood”they already had like two hundred gigs in their pocket. Though that album sounds so much tighter and so much better because they were used to the material and the material was ready to roll. Listening to “Endless Pain”is very chaotic, as we didn’t get any gigs in Germany at the time, the scene was still developing then, there was no such thing. There was a heavy metal but not a thrash metal scene.”