PRIMAL FEAR’s Tom Naumann: “We Always Strive to Improve Ourselves As a Band, Without Losing Our Musical Roots”

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Formed in 1997 by members and ex-members of Sinner and Gamma Ray, the German metal band Primal Fear has made a name for itself for consistently delivering high-caliber, Judas Priest-inspired, adrenaline-fueled metal that never. Along with Sweden’s Hammerfall, they are widely credited for revitalizing heavy metal during the grunge-alternative heyday of the 90s and have the enviable distinction of never having released a weak album.

Pumped for the August 10th release of Primal Fear‘s new album Apocalypse (you can read our own review of the album here), ever-cordial on again/off again Primal Fear guitarist Tom Naumann was kind enough to stay up well past his bedtime just to give Sonic Perspectives shooter/scribe Gonzalo Pozo one of the most genial conversations he’s had the pleasure of having with a rocker dude, and to show off that he has Steve Lukather‘s cell phone number and you don’t.

Check out their conversation in the video below, or subscribe to our Podcast in several platforms to listen and be notified about new interviews and contents we publish on daily basis.

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