'She could play, she could sing, and it was honest and sincere and the attitude was there. I always love attitude
'When we started out, our first gigs were in coffeehouses where the rule was you had to be quieter than the cappuccino machine. It's really crazy
'I left angry and bitter and frustrated and unresolved, and it didn't end in a nice way between us when I left
It's almost time to head to County Meath, the gates to paradise are almost open and it's time to go the promised land once more.
Horns up and see you in a little more than 50 days.
The song features on the band’s forthcoming fourth album 'Lower The Bar', which is scheduled to drop later this month on March 24
The thrash titans posted a video from both Seoul’s Gocheok Sky Dome on January 11 and the Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena on January 15.
'I think this year. If I have to dump some free albums just to get this fucking music out, I'm gonna do it'
Earned a massive $56,545,200 – in just 13 shows
It's official! After touring with the band for the past year, ZP Theart has been named the new lead singer for Skid Row.
'Sex and rock’n’roll have gone hand-in-hand since the beginning of time, so I’ve never tried to downplay it. I’ve always just tried to stay true to myself'
Michael Poulsen reckons Elvis Pressley might want to ‘smash his record player with a hammer’ to escape some of Volbeat’s songs.
The Volbeat frontman is a well known fan of the original King of Rock N’ Roll but he is unsure if the musical love would be reciprocated if the King were alive today.
“Oh I don’t know,” smiles Poulsen. “I think he might like and be able to relate to some of our songs but some others he might feel like smashing his record player with a hammer.”
Speaking to Eric Mackinnon of the New Rock Times about his great musical loves, many of which have been inked onto his skin, he admits admits to finding it surreal when fans initially showed him their Volbeat tattoos.
The Volbeat singer has tributes to Elvis Pressley, Johnny Cash and Social Distortion etched on his own body so he while he can relate to fans following suit with tributes to his own band it still leaves him surprised.
He says: “I see a lot of Volbeat tattoos and I remember when I saw the first ones I thought they were crazy until someone said to me ‘Umm Michael look at yourself as you have your own idols tattooed.’
“So I get it. It is a big compliment to see and i know exactly what to means to people when they get a tattoo like that. It is a gesture of respect and love.”