00:10 - LuciferOfGayness Its a book about swedish metal history. The chapters have great diversity on genres. There are some bm in it Watain, Bathory, Shining... It should get translated as it has more meaning to metalheads than to swedes
Leisure time does not seem to exist for singer Doro Pesch as she is once again about to face an overwhelming schedule, which has her commute between two worlds: the music business and the movie industry. After vocal recordings in early October in Hamburg, Doro took off to the Swiss mountains this past week to finish working on the sequel of Anuk - Way Of The Warrior, where she is starring in front of director Luke Gasser's camera. Doro will be impersonating warrior Meha, who is fighting dark rivaling hordes with her mountain people in 2,500 BD.
Dorothee "Doro" Pesch commented: "Stress? No. I am looking forward to my fans, especially since we're celebrating our 30th stage anniversary on this tour. And the making of the movie was just great. In one scene I had to bite off an enemy's ear. Afterwards you can see my face covered with a blood. Looks really tough, but it was so much fun to do this movie. I also love those scenes when I'm surrounded by horses and dogs."
The movie will be available on screen in late 2014. And its soundtrack will most certainly include songs from Doro's most recent output Raise Your Fist.
Doro says: "For me the song 'Free My Heart' fits to the film perfectly."
Upcoming German tour dates:
12.10.2013 - Munich, Backstage Werk
13.10.2013 - Frankfurt, Batschkapp
16.10.2013 - Hamburg, Große Freiheit
18.10.2013 - Münster, Jovel Music Hall
19.10.2013 - Wilhelmshaven, Pumpwerk
16.12.2013 - Nürnberg, Hirsch
17.12.2013 - Saarbrücken, Garage
19.12.2013 - Hannover, Capitol
20.12.2013 - Leipzig, Haus Auensee
21.12.2013 - Magdeburg, Factory
Jiri will see Doro in a movie. He will then compare it to Gaahl's movie and the better movie will win "Jiri's Metal Movie Award" of the year. This of course means a dead squirrel will be handed to the winning artist/actor and we can all go home from there.