AS I LAY DYING drummer Jordan Mancino will be interviewed on this week's "Tinitus" radio show, airing tonight (Wednesday, August 1) between 20.00 CET (8:00 p.m.) and 22.00 CET (10:00 p.m.) on Norway's P3.
"Tinitus" is Norway's most popular metal show with an average of over 60,000 listeners per week (1.5 percent of the country's population!).
To tune into P3 via the Internet, follow the instructions that are posted on the "Tinitus" MySpace page at this location.
An online player for AS I LAY DYING's new album, "An Ocean Between Us", has been made available at this location.
"An Ocean Between Us" is scheduled for release on August 21 through Metal Blade Records. Produced by KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz (EVERY TIME I DIE, ALL THAT REMAINS), the CD will contain a dozen tracks, including "Separation" and the first single, "Nothing Left".
A 10-minute video interview with AS I LAY DYING drummer Jordan Mancino, conducted by Finland's Get In The Pit magazine at this year's Provinssirock festival (June 15-17) in Seinäjoki, Finland, has been posted at this location.
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