LinkFrogging...gettin' Wiig-y with it.
Following hot on the heels of J&L's interview with Accept bassist Peter Baltes the duo head out to catch the band in action. Along the way Loond makes a detour through stoner rock land, taking in Karma To Burn, Honky, and Dixie Witch in turn. It was probably best he got some extra fortification, because no sooner had he and Jibbies arrived for Accept than they found themselves surrounded by the guitar-wielding, perfectly-mannered, Scandanavian WWII paramilitary force known as Sabaton.
Beer me up Scotty.
METAL! - J&L
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Music featured this episode:
Karma To Burn - 'Waiting On The Western World' [track with vox]
Honky - 'Undertaker'
Dixie Witch - 'Set The Speed'
Sabaton - 'Primo Victoria'
Accept - 'Pandemic'
Accept - 'Teutonic Terror'
BONUS!: 'Fast As A Shark' - LIVE! - Scout Bar, Houston - May 7
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LinkFrogging - our weekly hop around the internet. This week we do so fastly and furiously.
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Accept bassist and founding member Peter Baltes was kind enough to take time out from whatever else was going on in sunny Southern California (the most recent stop on the band’s ‘Blood Of The Nations’ world tour) and let Jibbies & Loond quiz him about the band’s past, present, and future. Good times, bad times, twists of fate, and the will to rock are all addressed, as are plans for the next record and the possibility of adding some TT Quick to the set.