highs that we made it huge right out of the box and lows we got killed by the downfall of the eighties. I have seen everything in my career from the top to the bottom I mean I think more than most people really. We are a very misunderstood band. For me I have just been really interested in music and understanding the function of music. Trying my best to get better, I was never in it just to sell the T-Shirt so to speak.”
I feel 100%European and not American. I never really felt comfortable with that part of the eighties. It was a lot of fun,I had a lot of laughs . A little bit too Americanized, over polished and over produced all of that never really appealed to me
The funny thing about it, to this day every now and then I get a phone call from somebody telling me that they have just heard it on the radio, or in their car or in a club. It is actually still being played, not a lot but its still out there.
Exclusive Interview with Doug Aldrich (Guitars) (Whitesnake, Dio, Burning Rain)
“Well the door is always open for Pete, when he cleans his act up. That was how we left it with him. With Michael , he seems to be very settled with his own band now. He has different members from time to time, and he seems to be very comfortable with that. I did read somewhere that he was talking about why don’t we have a reunion.
Exclusive Interview with front man Erik Martensson from the Swedish Melodic Hard Rock band ECLIPSE’s. Tune in as he checks in and talks to Myglobalmind Magazine about the new record “Bleed and Scream” and all things Hard Rock. Enjoy!!!
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”.