ANNIHILATOR mainman Jeff Waters will be interviewed on the Greek Internet radio station Rockmachine.gr this Sunday, April 6 beginning at 2:00 p.m. local time.You can listen to the program online at www.rockmachine.gr. ANNIHILATOR released its latest album, "Metal", in North America on January 15 via SPV. "Metal" was released in Europe in April 2007 via SPV Records). The CD's ten new tracks were recorded by Jeff Waters (guitar, bass and lead vocals on one song), drum legend Mike Mangini and Dave Padden (longtime vocalist and touring guitarist/vocalist). The album features sensational performances by some of metal's finest players and ANNIHILATOR's good friends, like Alexi Laiho (CHILDREN OF BODOM), Danko Jones, Michael Amott and Angela Gossow (ARCH ENEMY), Corey Beaulieu (TRIVIUM), William Adler (LAMB OF GOD), Jeff Loomis, Jesper Strmblad (IN FLAMES), Steve "Lips" Kudlow, Anders Bjrler (THE HAUNTED), Jacob Lynam (LYNAM) and more.
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