Naufragant is a pirate metal band from Buenos Aires, Argentina. And this is a fun interview with the band’s singer, Franco Tempesta. We get into the trials they’ve had in naming the band (formerly Skull and Crossbones), why the decided to do a concept album based on Treasure Island, the filming for the video of “The Chest of Billy Bones” (which you can see below), and what it’s like to be “different” in the music business.
You’ll also hear the sounds of Buenos Aires in the background at a few points, so don’t freak out if you’re listening while driving and you hear sirens. 🙂
Today’s show sponsored by:
Southern Yellow Pine Publishing, home of The Pirate of Panther Bay series by SR Staley.
Plus comedy from Dylan Rhymer about Fox News coverage of a sex offender and the new single from Naufragant, “The Black Corsair”.
If you’re not familiar with the story of The Black Corsair, click the Amazon link below and check it out.
Here’s the video Franco talks about in the interview. “The Chest of Billy Bones” from their album, The Cursed Island.
You can also link over to Naufragant’s first album (under the name Skull and Bones) called “The Cursed Island” below. That’s the Treasure Island concept album that Franco discusses in the show.
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