The Pure Rock Shop caught up with drummer Laust Sonne from the danish rock band
D-A-D on 91.7 FM WNJR in Pittsburgh, PA this past week to discuss the July release of the band’s first album in over eight years, A Prayer for the Loud. We also chatted about the story behind his partner in crime Stig Pedersen’s unique two-string bass creations and how the band throws all influences out the window when they write for a new album. Listen to the whole interview here to get the full story, as well as details on the D-A-D’s extensive tour plans for Scandinavia and Europe before they make their way back to the states next February for the Monsters of Rock Cruise:
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