21:03 - TrueMetalJope Thoughts on which is better? DM by Metallica or 13 by ST ?
20:36 - Marcel Hubregtse Trujillo played way more metal in ST than anything Metallica recorded after AJFA.
20:20 - TrueMetalJope Hej, but cross over is more metal than what Metallica did after aJfA!?
20:10 - BlackEssence In 1989 Metallica was nominated for the best hard rock/heavy metal performance Grammy, but lost to Jethro Tull. When they won two years later, they thanked Jethro Tull for not doing an album that year.
Teutonic legends Accept were about to finish their European tour after two months on the road. Talking to a warm and friendly Wolf Hoffmann before the show, I got the chance to ask him about the past, present and the future of the band. Watch the chat below to find out the future of the band:
Meet & greet winner Michael / Interview team Glenn (l) and Barry (r)
Killer interwiew, maybe ebst quasten ''how does it when someone from younger generation make intererwiew whit your genberation'' awesome quasten, it was good, I like a way how he tallks and ansver quasten
Sea Winds and Winter Dreams are best songs what Accept wrote ever