Music of the Past
- Quite honestly most if not everyone suffers from this disorder, only
music that you know from the past is considered good enough to become
classic. Too bad for the aging music lover!!! I don't expect people
to look at Anvil any different than any other band that's been around
for a long time. Some of us aging rockers have still got enough of an
open mind to let some new influences in, and I must admit that I'm
not to keen on anything new and generally speaking I hate listening
to music I'm not familiar with. Even if I know the bands history!!
When people say to me that our old stuff is best, I understand their
opinion, and probably agree. The real truth can only be found in
years from now when all this music is old and it will all be
considered classic. I've lived long enough to hear it about the 80's,
it usually takes 20 years to come to light... the death of its
creator usually quickens the pace!!! we don't want that do we?
Yes the new cd will have a title track, which most of it has been
written. The song itself is very obviously Anvil in a Forged in Fire
style of song. The rest of the stuff follows a much more self
focussed Anvil, no real transparent influences like BTB. We have a
song called Game Over, that is very jazzy speed metal, meaning that
there is actual jazz influence, particularly in the bass guitar and
drum section of the song. Lyrically it compares life to a video
game..............I wouldn't get too antzy for a new cd it will be
quite sometime before it will come out...maybe another year from now
if all goes ok..........
- Does this mean that "This is Thirteen" is definately the CD title?
--- In email@example.com, anvilips2000 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> Yes the new cd will have a title track, which most of it has been