I was relaxing tonight flipping through an old issue (3/03) of Classic Rock magazine. It s a great mag, from England, that covers all the classic bands.Message 1 of 2 , May 16, 2004View SourceI was relaxing tonight flipping through an old issue (3/03)
of "Classic Rock" magazine. It's a great mag, from England, that
covers all the "classic" bands. Anyway, I came upon a story of ex-
Skid Row singer Sabastian Bach. It had a photo of him at home
standing near his bookcase full of rock books and stuff. Proudly
displayed on one of the shelves was his AnViL Pound For Pound hockey
puck! I knew Bach liked all the 80's metal but it was cool to see an
AnViL item prominently displayed in his collection.
I would be surprised to hear that the canadian metal bands of the late 80 s were not influenced or didn t listen to Anvil. When the British invasion of metalMessage 2 of 2 , May 16, 2004View SourceI would be surprised to hear that the canadian metal bands of the
late 80's were not influenced or didn't listen to Anvil. When the
British invasion of metal band started with Iron Maiden Tour "Number
of the beast", they had Anvil to open their show. Were they another
metal band at this moment. Lee Aaron were not known enough at this
moment...Anvil was known in all the Province of Quebec
(Ontario...etc.). It's almost impossible for a canadian or american
musician that has started in the 80's to not know who is Anvil.