Now, Meat is back with a new studio full-length, 'Hell in a Handbasket,' which comes out March 13 via Legacy. There's no Jim Steinman this time, and this is not connected to the 'Bat' series of albums. Rather, this is a more personal collection from Meat Loaf and features a number of interesting collaborations including appearances from Trace Adkins, Lil Jon and Mark McGrath. The soaring trademark voice, however, is just as stirring and pure as ever.
In a recent interview with Spinner, the rock 'n' roll legend spoke to us about his new album, politics, bullying, his weight, acting, 'American Idol' and more.