I recently caught up with Attica Rage frontman Jonny Parr, and bassist Matt Ward, for a chat as they warmed up for a homecoming gig in Glasgow. There’s only one topic on my mind to begin the conversation with – Bloodstock 2016… First question has to be the most obvious, but how the hell was your first taste of not only playing Bloodstock, but also headlining one of the stages?! Jonny: [through a massive beaming grin] “Amazing!” Matt: “Bucket list… ticked!” Were there any nerves beforehand? Jonny – “It was more surreal to be honest with you, watching Anthrax on the main stage when we were getting the cables out of the van…guitars out of cases and Anthrax are giving it yaldy on the mainstage!” Matt: “Bizarre standing waiting on Scott Ian to shut up for a minute so we can do our mic checks! We got really lucky to be honest with you as it was the last few bands of the weekend so no-one was really leaving the arena. We couldn’t have wished for a better slot, it was unbelievable” Jonny: “That’s just the start of it though, we will return!” Latest album, ‘Warheads Ltd’ has been out since the summer. Is this the road test for the new songs? Jonny: “Not really, a lot of them we had actually road tested a while back before recording them, trying out lyrics etc. We’ve been touring without an album for the last few years” Matt: “It’s been funny having people pretending that they know the words already and singing them back to you – wrong!, we’re like ‘No, not right’!” The album has a great deal of variety on it, and quite a progression from previous albums?