A country famed for its butter cookies and mass consumption of pork, Denmark has never been renowned for churning out commercially successful rock/metal bands. As far as that genre goes, former tennis protégé and Metallica bucket banger, Lars Ulrich, remains their most famous export. But back in the 90’s, a progressive minded bunch of Danes called Royal Hunt; a band founded by ivory tickler Andre Andersen, achieved a generous amount of success with the Moving Target and Paradox albums. After a conveyor belt of changes in personal, notably in the vocal department, a welcome stability has returned to the band with singer DC Cooper flexing his tonsils on new album Devil’s Dozen, their thirteenth and his third since his return in 2011.
Motorhead and Anthrax together on stage, one explosive night live Nikon at Jones Beach, Wantagh NY on September 16th, 2015
it feels like it’s still okay some 40 years later to keep on liking Motorhead, and aslong as Lemmy has any ounce of will left in his bones, he will be dragged off stage over his dead body. Okay maybe a little too much, but god bless you Lemmy, may you rock out into the forever eternal annals of rock royalty.