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1979: 40 Years of Overkill & Bomber

Discussion in 'Metal Interviews' started by Luxi, Jul 7, 2019.

  1. Luxi

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    The Metal Crypt wanted to ask several musicians what Motörhead's both Overkill and Bomber albums - both released in 1979, forty years ago - have meant to them before they became musicians themselves.

    Thanks to the following individuals for being a part of this:

    King Fowley (DECEASED), Pekka Montin (JUDAS AVENGER), T. Nikki (PEER GÜNT), Darin McCloskey (PALE DIVINE), John Gallagher (RAVEN), Dee Dee Altar (BUNKER 66), Dave Overkill (DESTRUCTOR), Athenar (MIDNIGHT), Bryn Jones (LOS BASTARDOS FINLANDESES), Samuel Cornelsen (COUNT RAVEN), Mika Hankaniemi (SUPREME HAVOC), Markus Makkonen (SADISTIK FOREST), Mark Ruffneck (OZ), Mike Campagnolo (RAZOR), Fredde Kaddeth (MASSIVE ASSAULT), Garry Pepperd (JAGUAR), Henri Asikainen (SILVER BULLET) - and also, last but not least Kragen Lum of Aim High Mgmt, Hannu Korhonen of Dex Viihde Agency and Heta Hyttinen of Ginger Vine Management & PR.



     

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