How was it opening for such a high profile band, so early on in Dog Almightys career?
Kim: Well, there is no doubt that it was a very valuable gig to us. We hit a crowd of 1200 metal and rock heads that we otherwise probably never would have reached. I know for sure that some of our biggest fans saw us for the first time at this show. Convincing a crowd that’s there to see someone else is demanding though and it’s impossible to predict how it’ll work. We gave it at least 130 percent and it worked really well, even from stage I could feel the floor giving in to the crowd’s movement. The Stone Sour guys were really cool also, they digged our stuff. At least they said so, haha. I think they should take us onboard for their next European tour. Sindri: It was killer to get that chance, not only for getting to show our music to a lot of metalheads so early on, but also to find out how we dealt with that kind of stage and venue. We have all played that stage before with our former bands, but for a completely new, unknown band it was a different experience than with someone you