Former IRON MAIDEN vocalist Paul Di’Anno and VOMITORY drummer Tobias Gustafsson are our guests on this week’s LOADED RADIO PODCAST
Di’Anno is known as being the vocalist for the two classic MAIDEN albums — the self-titled debut effort in 1980 and “Killers” in 1981 — before being fired and replaced by current frontman Bruce Dickinson. Paul would however go on to front a number of other bands, including KILLERS and BATTLEZONE, and released several solo records.
Paul, who underwent an extensive knee surgery in September 2022, played his first show since the operation on October 1 at the Keep It True Rising II festival in Würzburg, Germany. He has since completed a Latin American tour and has a number of live dates scheduled for the rest of this year.
Although he is still confined to a wheelchair, the iconic singer absolutely loves still being able to perform for fans worldwide.
In the interview, Paul discusses his current health, how he feels about other bands covering his classic MAIDEN songs, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame snub and much more.
Also, the second portion of the show features a conversation with Tobias Gustafsson from Swedish death metal band VOMITORY, who have the new album “All Heads Are Gonna Roll” out and available now via Metal Blade.
Those who love their extreme metal should definitely tune in to that talk where Tobias discusses the band’s break-up and reformation, the sound of the new album and the band’s tour plans.
Tune in via the player below or wherever you get your podcasts!