BENEDICTUM Frontwoman To Guest On Tonight's 'Black Night Meditations'

Vocalist Veronica Freeman of the San Diego-based metal band BENEDICTUM will be interviewed live tonight (Tuesday, April 1) on the "Black Night Meditations" radio show on WSCA 106.1 FM in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

"Black Night Meditations" is a four-hour metal radio show that focuses on black, death, thrash, power, shred, doom, prog and traditional metal every Tuesday night at 10 p.m. EST.

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A video trailer for BENEDICTUM's sophomore album, "Seasons of Tragedy", can be viewed below. Released in Europe on January 25 via Locomotive Records (March 4 in the U.S.), the follow-up to 2006's "Uncreation" contains 10 original songs plus a cover version of the ACCEPT classic "Balls to the Wall". The digipack edition also includes a cover of RAINBOW's "Catch the Rainbow". Guest musicians on the CD include George Lynch (ex-DOKKEN), Manni Schmidt (ex-RAGE, GRAVE DIGGER), Jeff Pilson (ex-DOKKEN, FOREIGNER) and Craig Goldy (DIO).


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