W.A.S.P.'s Blackie Lawless - "I Don't Think I'm That Important"
November 27, 2009, 7 years ago
Metal Rules' Marko Syrjälä and Matti Martikainen have issued a new interview with W.A.S.P.'s Blackie Lawless. The following is an excerpt:
Q: It seems that you always have a lot to say, in interviews and on your lyrics, have you considered writing an actual book?
A: "I think about it sometimes but I don’t know if it’s that interesting. I don’t think I’m that important. I really don’t. Who cares?"
Q: But it seems that you have lot to say and you have a lot of interesting stories and opinions?
A: "Yeah, but I’ve done over 12,000 interviews in my career, that’s a lot of talking, and a lot of those old interviews are now coming online. What else can I talk about? Who cares if I ate leftovers, is that really important? For me telling some sad story is pathetic, I mean who cares?"
Read the complete interview at this location.
Photos of W.A.S.P.'s performance in Bucharest, Romania at Arenele Romane on November 16th have been posted online, courtesy of MetalHead.ro. Check out the shots at this location.
W.A.S.P.'s new album, Babylon, is out now. The band's current lineup consists of Blackie Lawless - vocals/guitar, Doug Blair - guitar, Mike Duda - bass, Mike Dupke - drums.
W.A.S.P.'s tour schedule can be found here.