César Fuentes Rodríguez of the "Tiempos Violentos" show conducted an interview with guitarist Jeff Waters of Canadian metal veterans ANNIHILATOR prior to the band's April 26 concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina. You can now listen to the chat in two parts below.
ANNIHILATOR played a special club show at The Brass Monkey in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on April 18. Support at the gig came from from local metal act AGGRESSOR.
This was ANNIHILATOR's first-ever Ottawa hometown show and their first Canadian concert since last summer's appearance at Heavy MTL.
After this exclusive Ottawa event, ANNIHILATOR headed off to South America for a short tour.
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ANNIHLATOR is currently working on its 14th studio release as well as a "special" recording that mainman Jeff Waters describes as "a treat for the faithful ANNIHILATOR fans and a welcoming to our new fans." The band is also in talks with labels about a record deal for Canada and the USA.
ANNIHILATOR's self-titled album was released in Europe on May 17, 2010. The CD was made available in Europe via Earache Records, in Japan through Marquee and in Australia via Riot Entertainment. It was also released in the U.S. and Canada via iTunes and most all other digital/online outlets.
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