Invoice Bailey has revealed his love of Warduna – and mentioned that he’d like to affix the Norwegian pagan folks collective.
The comic/musician/Strictly Come Dancing winner interviews Wardruna frontman and mastermind Einar Selvik solely within the model new challenge of Steel Hammer, the place he reveals his love of the band’s 2021 album Kvitravn.
“I used to be invited to carry out in New Zealand, and I used to be in quarantine for 2 weeks in a resort,” says Bailey of his discovery of the band. “I began listening Kvitravn, and I used to be utterly entranced by it.
“I used to be allowed out for 40 minutes a day for train, so daily after I went out, I had Wardruna in my headphones, and that received me via it. What I really like concerning the music is that it’s transformative. It takes you to a different place and time. It was like some type of Norse ceremonial, tribal, processional music, nevertheless it sounds historic and fashionable on the identical time.”
Bailey additionally expressed an curiosity in taking part in percussion with Warduna.
“If you happen to ever want a drummer or tagelharpa participant, simply give me a name,” he advised Selvik, to which the musician replied: “That may be an honour.”
The Invoice Bailey/Wardruna summit is a part of Steel Hammer journal’s model new Innovators Situation, which options 4 separate covers, every that includes a distinct metallic legend being interviewed by a particular friends.
In addition to Invoice Bailey and Wardruna, the Innovators points additionally options Meshuggah interviewed by Machine Head’s Robb Flynn, Employed To Serve’s Justine Jones interviewing Killswitch Interact and Mark Tremonti getting right down to it with to German thrash legends Kreator.
Steel Hammer’s model new Innovators Situation is on sale now.