Brutus Bassist Peter Mulders on The MetalSucks Podcast #356
Our guest this week is Brutus bassist Peter Mulders. We discuss the band’s first live album, Live In Ghent (out October 23), how the recording wasn’t initially meant for fans to hear, the organic process of how songs evolve after playing them live, the energy of getting to record a show in his hometown, and the painstaking process of obtaining visas for the North American tour in March that was eventually cancelled and the financial repercussions of the pandemic. Peter also tells us the band’s thoughts on making a new album right now.
Petar, Brandon, and Sylvia discuss Rob Halford attempting to seduce Paul Di’Anno, the sadness it brings us that Lamb of God’s Willie Adler isn’t currently speaking to his brother and the band’s former drummer, Chris, and if we agree with Kataklysm frontman Maurizio Iacono’s stance that bands who delay new album releases until after the pandemic are “un-metal”.
Songs: Brutus “Cemetary” (Live), Boundaries – “Carve,” Uniform – “Life in Remission”
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