01:48 - Fearmeister That new Blind Guardian can't come fast enough ._.
01:47 - Apothecary Their next album seriously can't come fast enough. I'm curious to see if there will be any more contributions from Metatron's son (he did the little spoken word bit on Lamenting Weaver Of Horror on the last album)
01:45 - !J.O.O.E.! Awesomes. It's worth it for 'The Man Who Killed For God' alone.
01:44 - moonflash Thanks Jooe, I shall listen to it right after I'm finished with the Jesus the Jew. I had heard a few songs here and there but silly me never paid them the attention they deserve. That will be changing now for sure !
01:44 - Apothecary The early demos are great as well, it's really interesting to see how the band has evolved. Again, I wouldn't really say any era is better than another, even early on they were always interesting
Northern Irish Celts Waylander were back in North Wales after their appearance at Hammerfest in April. On the evening of the first day of the festival, after we'd all consumed some amount of alcohol we thought it would be a good idea to act like four idiots in front of a camera and post it on the internet. We got to talk about the band's progression through the years, sweating walls in Belfast and the next album.
Note: In the second part of the interview, the "inside information" about Dagda the dog and broardband internet connections was obtained from Dave beforehand, without the knowledge of the other two. Yes, Metal Storm is becoming more like "Beadle's About" day by day.
Thanks to Ciaran, Saul and Dave for their time, and Saul for helping arrange it.
Conducted & edited by Barry Anderson.
Recorded by Tomas Drury.