AURA NOIR's CARL MICHAEL EIDE: New Interview To Air This Wednesday

An exclusive interview with Carl Michael Eide (CADAVER, AURA NOIR) will be broadcast on this week's edition of the Norwegian metal radio show "Tinitus", airing Wednesday (June 14) between 20:00 (8:00 p.m.) and 22:00 (10:00 p.m.) on P3. The show is also available on the Internet: www.nrk.no/tinitus. With an off-beat sense of humour that borders on the funereal black, Eide talks about the accident, about being wheelchair-bound and his musical plans for the future as guitarist and vocalist. Also scheduled to air on this week's program is an interview with Samoth and Trym from ZYKLON, who discuss the ins and outs of their new album, "Disintegrate", and their future plans with both ZYKLON and EMPEROR.

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