AMON AMARTH's ANDERSSON Featured In 'Metalkast''s New Drumming Video Show

"Rög's Talkin' DrumZ", along with "Metalkast", has announced the release of the first pilot episode of "Rög's Talkin' DrumZ: The Video Show" — a program about drumming and the featured artist. This first pilot features the intense playing of drummer Fredrik Andersson of Swedish death metallers AMON AMARTH and THIS ENDING. It contains in-depth questions focusing on his drumming, a history piece on Fredrik, music videos from AMON AMARTH and THIS ENDING, and even a chat with his drum tech Holger Hahn.

You can view the first video episode below.

Fredrik is a player that any serious drummer needs to learn more about; his musical approach and drumming ability are perfectly matched, making him a machine.

"Rög's Talkin' DrumZ" is the first successful spin-off show from the "Metalkast" podcast/radio show.

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"Metalkast" launched July 4, 2007 as a fully multimedia-rich podcast featuring in-depth interviews with musicians as well as metal and rock music.

"Metalkast" and its series of shows are now listened to in over 40 countries through a series of individual podsenders (RSS feeders) and online radio stations.

"Metalkast" is one of the longest running fully multimedia-rich podcasts.

"Rög's Talkin' DrumZ" has an audio show that features Lawrence Paterson (drummer for BLAZE BAYLEY, CHOKEHOLD, SINOCENCE) as Rög's co-host. Artists featured to date include Lawrence Paterson, Bobby Rondinelli, James Kottak, Mark Zonder, Gene Hoglan, Carl Canedy, Vinny Appice and Randy Black.

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