Overkill frontman Bobby Blitz revealed that while hospitalized in Germany, he was mistakenly told he had six months to live.
Overkill frontman Bobby Blitz spoke with Full Metal Jackie about the band's 'White Devil Armory' album, his competitive spirt and much more.
Overkill have been forced to drop off their 'Dark Roots of Thrash' tour with fellow legends Testament due to health issues with singer Bobby Blitz. Diagnosed with walking pneumonia, the wailing Overkill vocalist was unable to perform in Huntington, N.Y. on Feb. 15. Overkill remained hopeful that Blitz could return to the stage sometime during the tour, but Blitz's condition has worsened to the point where he can not perform.
Bobby Blitz of Overkill was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. The vocalist spoke about the band’s massive trek with Testament, as well as his feeling towards East Coast and West Coast thrash metal. He also talks about the evolution of Overkill’s music and their new younger audience. Read Full Metal Jackie’s interview with Bobby Blitz below:
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Overkill's Bobby Blitz Chats With Full Metal Jackie