CAR BOMB In Songwriting Mode
Long Island, New York's CAR BOMB is currently writing material for its sophomore record, the follow-up to 2007's Relapse debut, "Centralia", tentatively due later this year. MetalSucks.net recently had the chance to sit down with bassist Jon Modell and drummer Elliot Hoffman mere hours after they finished one such writing session to get a quick update on how it's going.
Read the interview at this location.
Woozyfly.com recently posted video footage of CAR BOMB's performance at Europa in Brooklyn, New York during the band's tour with HIGH ON FIRE.
Watch all the action at www.woozyfly.com/carbomb.
CAR BOMB's video for "Centralia" track "M^6" can be viewed below. The clip was shot in New York with Jeremy Jackson of the Filmcore crew (UNEARTH, CANNIBAL CORPSE, AS I LAY DYING, BRIAN POSEHN) and was the first from the band's Relapse debut, which came out in February 2007.
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