Grave Digger is one of those heavy metal bands that had endured the passing of time, genres, trends and generations. Today they remain as one the strongest heavy metal bands out there as they were in the 80’s.
With a back catalogue of 16th studio albums including their brand new album Clash Of The Gods. A full album dedicated to Greek mythology with kick ass heavy metal as background music to the epic stories of the gods of Olympus (God Of Terror & Clash Of The Gods), Charon, the ferryman of the dead (Charon), Medusa (Medusa), Cerberus, the guardian dog of the underworld (Helldog), and the war of Troy (Home At Last & The Call Of The Sirens).
Clash Of The Gods reflects that flexibility and endless imagination that Grave Digger had at the time to write an album that follows the traditional heavy metal format, but with a revamped lyrical concept represented on a new world.
The Age Of Metal had the chance to speak with Chris Boltendahl vocalist of Grave Digger about their new album, the 2013 tour, the music industry, and other topics.