In any other situation, sitting down to converse with someone who is wearing an unbuckled straightjacket may be considered out of the ordinary, perhaps even ill-advised. But within the metal community, when that individual is Warrel Dane, the situation could be considered unique, or only slightly odd from even the most unfamiliar perspective. Dane is the respected and revered front man and vocalist of Seattle, Washington’s now re-formed Sanctuary, considered legends of progressive metal. He is also known for his time fronting the long-running Sanctuary side-project Nevermore, formed after Sanctuary’s untimely breakup in 1992. Dane also released a solo album in 2008, entitled Praises To the War Machine.
Sanctuary’s return in 2010 for some one-off shows led to signing to Century Media and the release of their third album, The Year the Sun Died, in October 2014. Touring in support of this new album, Sanctuary stopped…
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