Ye Banished Privateers veröffentlichen No Metal, No Pay

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Samuel Pettersson

Spieglein, Spieglein an der Wand – wer ist der tollste von allen? Die Social-Media-Gerüchte sind wahr: Das wilde Biest aus den North YE BANISHED PRIVATEERS kehrt in unverfrorener Metal-Gestalt zurück, um ihren Hörer in die Irre zu führen. Pünktlich zum dümmsten Tag des Jahres haben die schwedischen Seepillager ein neues Stück direkt aus dem ungezähmten Meer veröffentlicht: „No Metal, No Pay“ feat. Kris Olivius (Naglfar) und eine soziale Erklärung, dass sie Ambitionen haben, die Power Thrash Pirate Metal Band Nummer eins in Europa zu werden

 

YE BANISHED PRIVATEERS on „No Metal, No Pay“:
With “No Metal, No Pay” we wanted to make fun of ourselves, and joke about the misconceptions that comes from being a folk music band signed to a metal label, and hopefully give people a lough or two in these difficult times. For us, this April’s fools release is our way of saying that although we put a lot of effort into our music, we really don’t take ourselves all that serious all the time. Reviewers and first-time listeners who expect us to sound like great Pirate Metal bands like Alestorm or Running Wild, are prone to be disappointed by the lack of distorted guitars and gut punching blast beats. We are proud and happy to be signed to Napalm Records, one of the worlds biggest metal labels, but we are sticking to what we know best – Pirate Folk.“

 


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