You could say that Painkiller had sonically connected songs. So did Sad Wings Of Destiny and Screaming For Vengeance. But in no way could you call any of these concept pieces. What we needed was a subject that triggered the band to do something very different. This is it!
You think about the Turbo album from 1986 [when the band brought synthesizers into their world], that got panned at the time ... Everyone thought it was a huge mistake. But now, when we play songs from that record live, they go down so well. Everyone just needed time to realise what we were doing. It would be so easy to go out and make Painkiller again and again, but is there any point? We have to keep moving on.More quotes »
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