MetalSickness.com conducted an interview with vocalist/guitarist Jesper Binzer of the Danish rockers D-A-D at this year's edition of the Hellfest festival, which was held June 15-17 in Clisson, France. You can now watch the chat below.
D-A-D's 11th studio album, "DIC.NII.LAN.DAFT.ERD.ARK", was released last November. The follow-up to 2008's "Monster Philosophy" was helmed by Nick Foss, who previously worked with D-A-D on such LPs as "No Fuel Left For The Pilgrims", "Sympatico", "Everything Glows" and "Soft Dogs". The album title is a play on D-A-D's original band name DISNEYLAND AFTER DARK, which had to be changed after a threat of a lawsuit from The Walt Disney Company.
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