“Songs like “The Pain Of The Accused” or “Doomsday” or “Compassion” would somehow never fit on an Primal Fear album. Sometimes you have a certain kind of flow or a red line which makes an album diverse and brings a lot of variety. So those songs never really fit on an album of PF.”
I was pretty blown away and very proud to have recently learned that the Worlds # 1 Promotion Man “ Pete Bennett,” whom promotes all the big superstars believes in my crossover songs and is aboard with my manager apart of the team being put into place. He’s promoted all the greats The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson, Elvis, Kid Rock, Aerosmith…
Erik: Thank you so much! I picked up the guitar at the age of 14, learned myself through practicing and listening a lot to music. My heroes are Yngwie Malmsteen, Neil Schon, Kee Marcello, Richie Sambora, Steve Lukather etc, but I’ll never be as good as them…
Jimi: Ha!! I was singing with the band Target and we had just finished our first record for A&M Records. It was our first time in LA and we were driving down Sunset Blvd, looking at billboards and movie stars, making a hundred bucks a week and thinking…. “We made It”
On the first album we wrote some songs together and I´m sure that´s something we will do in the future as well. Most of the lyrics is about different peoples destiny,fortune or misfortune in life, the person in the songs story may be fictive or not.
Andrés: Hi ZeeZee I would like to thank you very much. It’s my first international interview promoting our debut album. I’m happy cos it’s a great chance to talk about my band Madgator, the great reviews that we are receiving around the world and talk to My Global Mind readers!
Patrick: We feel we can bring some of the arena bombast that music has been missing for awhile. Even though there are great bands already doing that, we feel our cinematic take on a live show and emphasis on lyrics & production keep it from being cheesy or “bad 80’s-like”.
“We dont have a specific vision for the music or style, I think its just a natural process for us. The chemistry, the look, the sound is all something that has evolved naturally and without much preconceived thought.”
Not for me, it’s no secret that H.S was a lot of work for me personally so if I didn’t have a problem with it I’m not sure anyone else would have. I still work with Pete almost daily and with Creighton a fair bit as well. Barry is basically out of the music biz so I don’t work with him but I consider all of them to be good friends.