CAGE: Special Radio Program To Air Tonight

Mexico's leading metal webzine/online radio station Mordor will host a three-hour special radio program featuring interviews with CAGE vocalist Sean Peck and guitarist Dave Garcia on Sunday, May 6, 2007.

The brand new CAGE CD, "Hell Destroyer", will be played in its entirety during the show, which will also focus on CAGE's performance at the recent MAGO DE OZ FEST dates. The band played in the two largest arenas in Mexico (Palacio de Los Deportes in Mexico City and the Arena Monterrey in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon) this past week.

The program can be heard between 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) by going to MORDOR's official website at the following link:

"Hell Destroyer" will be released on May 18 in Western and Eastern Europe via MTM Music; May 22 in the USA and Canada via Destroy All Records Entertainment/BCD Music Group; May 18 in Mexico via Asenath Records/Iguana Records and May 21 in Central and South America via Dynamo Records.


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