I believe it was our finest moment, because then we lost Robbie and Don not that long after. Gene wrote the lyrics while Jim would write the music. Didn't the other members ever want to contribute to the songwriting as well? Eric: "Obviously not. If it worked we used it, Eric wrote a couple of riffs, Robbie wrote some, we all helped. Eric: "No, we weren't. Plus it was a very popular song for us and Gene also improved it! I think we also needed another song, heh heh.
In the end, they went for Chris Poland. Why didn't he join them? Jim: "Actually it was me they asked, not Eric! Dave asked, then he used Kerry King for a while. Plus he needed a much better guitar player like Chris, not me or Eric, heh heh. Jim: "Actually Gene turned me on to Judge Dredd. I am a huge comic fan and he wanted to write a song about the Dark Judges. The movie could have been better though. Eric: "That was me. It was our first big tour, and Don Doty couldn't go. He sounded pretty Death Metal and his timing was good, so he did the tour.
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We didn't want to keep him permanently, though. We had a good time though. The local shows we played were quite different from one to another.
I remember our manager at that time once passed out drunk outside our hotel door and almost froze to death! He had frozen puke all over him! Eric: "Off hand, I really don't know. Eric: "It was fun, that was one of our first times actually that we flew out to the East Coast to play a show, so it was a real big thing. What was really ironic was how we headlined the same venue on tour later, and played in front of 5 times as much people as we did at that festival where the "Ultimate Revenge" got recorded.
Which bands did he sing in before and why did Don have to leave? Jim: "At the end of , Don was out of the band. We heard about Ron from a friend, so we tried him out and we thought he was really great. I never heard them, maybe I saw a video once, can't really remember.
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That's mainly it. Don had some personal problems which conflicted with the progress of the band, so we let him go. He kept missing rehearsals and then started to suck at live shows, so we finally just said that's it! Can you tell a bit more about that author? What kind of books did he publish? Jim: "To be honest, I don't have a clue about this! Why did you want to cover such sensitive subjects? Jim: "We just wrote songs about stuff that bothered us, that's mainly it.
Who needs another song about hell, heh heh.
Did any of you ever lost close ones through suicide? I know I never have. Jim: "Just for the hell of it! We thought it would get us on the radio! It was just crap! We also hoped that it would break us open more. Eric: "Yes, we toured the U. I don't know what happened there, nor do I care. Eric: "Actually, I wondered about the same thing. Maybe it was a rival thing, who knows, we were just young and dumb. Where did Brett come from, in which bands did he play before? It was some fag in the bands' excuse, among other crap that was said at that time.
I was gonna kick someone's ass for that! I needed money and I was not making any and was tired of all the crap going on, so I said 'Fuck it! How did that tour turn out for you? It was a monumental experience. We had a two deck tour bus and a road crew - It was really cool. We filmed a concert video at England's Hammersmith Odeon, did tons of drugs and booze; it was really killer… that is, until Mike got arrested. Eric: "Mike was falsely charged with car-vandalism by the German Police.
Several others in our entourage that evening were responsible. Mike was the only one with a passport that got arrested, so he was the scapegoat. Do you still remember that gig? Eric: "No, not really. There were plenty of shows in Europe that were completely out of control in that manner, which was what made it so incredible. Were you satisfied with the way the video came out? Eric: "Yeah, I was satisfied with the way the video came out. I was really stoked when I saw the cover and saw that my fucking face was on it. We had placed ourselves under a lot of pressure leading up to that gig, and it was quite stressful.
We had never done anything of that nature before. I think it came out alright, considering. We had the offer to do the shows and so we took it. What's your opinion on that live album? Eric: "The recording of that concert was done by Westwood One, it was originally solely intended to be for a radio broadcast. We later decided that because it was recorded, maybe we could release it as a little bit of something to help tide our fans over until the next studio album came out.
That concert was recorded in the middle of a very stressful U. The fact that we were even being recorded was basically the furthest thing on our minds. We didn't have any hand in the mixing of it either. Everybody seemed to have a real good time with it, and it just stuck with us. Was it mainly through Brett that the songwriting on that album changed? In the early days the songs were more of a group collaboration. After Gene joined, he really took over the song writing duties. I found this two part serial compelling viewing, well researched, flavour and atmosphere of the times reminiscent of The Village with John Simm and Maxine Peake.
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Films I really want to see. Best Serial Killer TV. Share this Rating Title: Dark Angel 6. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episodes Seasons. After drafting new vocalist Ron Rinehart, the band recorded 's Leave Scars -- the first of two albums which earned them the unlikely label of progressive thrash, due to the longer, more complex songs the band had begun composing.
Recorded in April and released later that year, Live Scars introduced new six-stringer Brett Eriksen, who had recently replaced Durkin, and documented the group's ferocious live energy. Another extended break ensued before the recording of what is arguably their finest effort, 's Time Does Not Heal. Hailed by critics for the sheer creative scope of its ambitious songwriting, the album was considered the last word on technical thrash metal, but arrived at the end of thrash metal's time in the limelight and sold poorly.
The departure of Rinehart soon thereafter convinced Hoglan to breakup the band, and he eventually joined Florida's Death and contributed to some of their finest albums. Listen to Dark Angel now.