Berlin, Germany's PitCam Production conducted an interview with vocalist Rob Franssen and guitarist Dominik Stammen of Dutch hardcore metallers BORN FROM PAIN when the band played in Berlin on February 4, 2010. Watch the chat below. (Note: The interview was conducted in German, but the clip contains English subtitles.)
BORN FROM PAIN recently parted ways with drummer Roy Moonen and replaced him with Igor Wouters (ex-BACKFIRE!). The band stated, "We have been practicing together and came to the conclusion that we are all looking forward to touring and writing a new record together. We are very enthusiastic about the addition of Igor since he is a very talented drummer, songwriter and a good guy.
"Roy has decided that it is time for him to move on and broaden his horizons. He will be taking a break from heavy music and do different musical things."
BORN FROM PAIN's most recent album, "Survival", was released in Europe on November 3, 2008 via Metal Blade Records. The CD is said to be "musically [as] uncompromising as ever with an own twist in groove, melody, heaviness and harshness. Lyrically, [it is] more than ever making a critical and uncompromising stand concerning the state of the world today."
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