Wag Marshall-Page Of Infadels Amazed By Metallica Show In Germany

Infadels bassist Wag Marshall-Page spoke with Australia’s Beat magazine about how the band ended up watching a Metallica gig in Germany after their tour bus driver drove them to the wrong festival. “Oh, it was amazing,” Wag told Jaymz Clements. “I was in to Metallica when I was a kid – most of the band and our crew were as well, in fact. So we went and hung out and watched them. We got a really good view and oh my god it was amazing. I mean, you can’t help but draw comparisons – although it was in Nürburg you can’t help but draw comparisons to the Nuremberg rally. When you just see – and not making fun of it or anything – but just a crowd that big all there just all ‘HOO! HOO! HOO!’ chanting away. I mean, there was a sea of people – literally it must have been about half a mile long, on the Formula One track, the Nürburgring. It was ridiculous, it made your hair stand on end.”

The full interview at beat.com.au has since been removed.

Infadels ‘Free Things For Poor People’ Video

Infadels are out with the video to their new single ‘Free Things For Poor People’, the second release from the London based rock band’s second album ‘Universe In Reverse’, out June 23rd on Wall of Sound. Watch it via YouTube below.

The Stage Isn’t Safe For Infadels

Richie Vermin of Infadels tells Australia’s Time Off magazine he’s glad to be on the road after missing numerous shows due to a dislocated kneecap, though added that he’s not the only band member to be dealing with pain. “In the past three weeks I think everyone in the band has been in hospital for various things!” he laughed. “I dislocated my knee in Amsterdam, dancing around like an idiot. I karate-chopped it back into my leg, but I couldn’t walk for three weeks, so I got flown home with a massive plaster cast on my leg. Then at the beginning of this UK tour, Wag [Page, bassist] broke his ankle on stage – that was my first gig back, and he was out of the tour, in hospital!” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.