British heavy metal vocalist Blaze Bayley (ex-IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE) was interviewed on April 15, 2009 at the studios of Radio HEY! in Brno, Czech Republic. Watch the chat in four parts below.
Blaze Bayley was recently forced to push back the release of his new concert DVD, "The Night That Will Not Die", to mid-April via Blaze Bayley Recordings. This DVD was filmed on December 13, 2008 at Z7 in Pratteln, Switzerland and features two hours of live perfomance material, directed by Kris McManus, including songs from the new album, "The Man Who Would Not Die". A two-disc set, the package contains a previously unreleased track and extensive documentary about the band, the CD, and the making of the DVD, directed by Jase Edwards.
Blaze Bayley started the European leg of the Tour That Will Not Die in Italy on February 25. The two-month trek will cover over 17 European countries in 43 shows. Then the tour heads to the U.K. for 27 shows in May and June, as well as appearances at the Sweden Rock festival and Romania's Rock City Open Air festival.
Blaze reportedly dedicated the song "While You Were Gone" at the Pratteln concert to his wife/manager Debbie Hartland, who died in late September after suffering a brain hemorrhage while in the hospital.
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