Posts by Kimmo Tattari

William from Newfoundland

Check our latest Fan Profile, William from Newfoundland …and the story of the vest K.K. just recently signed! http://kkdowning.net/steelmill/Fan%20Profiles/william-from-newfoundland/
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Martin Popoff interview

Steel Mill’s own Priest professor Jari had a chat with his Canadian counterpart, Martin Popoff, a well-known music journalist who, among tens of other titles, has written three excellent books about Judas Priest. A man who really knows his Priest inside out… http://kkdowning.net/steelmill/Interviews/martin-popoff-interview/
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Silver Bullet – Hannes Horma interview

Steel Mill had a pleasure to have a pint with Hannes Horma – formerly known for his bass duties with the Finnish battle metallers Turisas – as we talked about his current band Silver Bullet, which is just about to release their excellent second album, Mooncult. http://kkdowning.net/steelmill/Interviews/silver-bullet-interview/
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Jozef from Slovakia

Our latest Fan Profile: Jozef from Slovakia. Check his interesting stories about being a metalhead behind the Iron Curtain! http://kkdowning.net/steelmill/Fan%20Profiles/jozef-from-slovakia/
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Skull Fist interview

Steel Mill had the pleasure to have a chat with Zach Slaughter, the frontman of Canadian metallers Skull Fist, as the band just released their excellent third album, Way Of The Road. http://kkdowning.net/steelmill/Interviews/skull-fist/
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Rick from Texas

Name: Rick Perry Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas Age: 54 Occupation:  boring bullshit by day / metal-maniac and musician the rest of the time Your history with Judas Priest goes way back to 1978. How did it start? The first rock group I started listening to was KISS around 76, then I started branching out to other bands like Ted Nugent, Van Halen, AC/DC, and Black Sabbath. I think the third or fourth concert I saw was Foghat in 1978 in Fort Worth TX.  The two opening bands for Foghat were Bachman Turner Overdrive and a band I’d never heard of called “Judas Priest.”
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Trespass – Mark Sutcliffe interview

In the early 80s, during the NWOBHM heyday, Trespass was one of the bands with great expectations. Unfortunately, instead of getting the debut album out, they disbanded in 1982, losing the momentum. Steel Mill had the honour to have a chat with the founding member, guitarist/vocalist Mark Sutcliffe, as we talked about the past and the present of Trespass – and, of course, Mark’s favourite Priest album… http://kkdowning.net/steelmill/Interviews/trespass-mark-sutcliffe/
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