Hellbound Staff interrogations #14: Spencer Palmerston

Today’s Hellbound staff interview is with my son Spencer. As some of you may remember, he did a review of the Ghost album around the time of its release, so when he asked me if he could get interviewed for Hellbound too, how could I say no? By the way, today is his fourth birthday! Happy birthday Spence, you and your brother mean everything to me.

-Sean Palmerston

Name and Location:
Spencer Palmerston, but my real name is water boy. I live in my house, made of water.

How did you start writing for Hellbound?
Um Dad, I want to spell Hellbound. To love a blue song. Yeah, it’s really a record on iTunes.

What’s your favorite piece published during Hellbound’s two years?
Um, it was when I talked to you about that record (Ghost).

What are some of your best concert memories?
The blue song. [Spencer’s never been to a live music performance – Sean]

What is blue?
Well dad, I love the colours blue and green.

Black metal, death metal or grind?
I want to listen to the Ghost music on the iTunes again. Can I?

Person you’d like to interview but it hasn’t happened…
I want to talk to Mike from your work, dad. (That would be Mike Bell. Follow him on twitter @MikedBell).

What do you think is the most underrated metal album of all time?
That blue album you play on iTunes (Blue Record by Baroness)

You are suspended in limbo for eternity and can only listen to five metal albums on repeat. What are they?
It would be only two albums, the blue album and Rush
Baroness – Blue Record
Rush – Moving Pictures

Anything you’d like to say to Hellbound readers?
I love work and I love my daddy.

Sean Palmerston

Sean is the founder/publisher of Hellbound.ca; he has also written about metal for Exclaim!, Metal Maniacs, Roadburn, Unrestrained! and Vice.