BLAZE BAYLEY Interview To Air Next Weekend
An audio interview with former IRON MAIDEN and current BLAZE frontman Blaze Bayley will air next Saturday, February 4 on the "Wolf Bayley Rock Show" on WSYC-FM 88.7 (Shippensburg University's non-commercial FM radio station broadcasting out of Shippensburg, PA). According to a press release, the interview will contain "40 minutes of news about [Blaze's] band as well as other madness. The interview will also reveal some info that is exclusive to the 'Wolf Bayley Rock Show'!"
The "Wolf Bayley Rock Show" show can be picked up via the Internet at www.wsyc.org between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. EST. Click the "Listen Live!" feature to bring up the show. You will need either Winamp, Windows Media Player, or Real Player.
BLAZE are currently working on material for their fourth album, tentatively due this spring. The most recent release, "Blood & Belief", was issued in Europe in April 2004. The follow-up to 2002's "Tenth Dimension" was recorded at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, England with producer Andy Sneap (NEVERMORE, EXODUS, ARCH ENEMY).
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