Guitarist Rob Cavestany of DEATH ANGEL has checked in from the "In Thrash We Trust Tour" with GOD FORBID, SOILENT GREEN and LIGHT THIS CITY:"First night of the 'In Thrash We Trust Tour', right on the heels of our European tour, and we are ready to kick ass for another month straight! It feels great to finally be out on the road again man; almost like a weight has been lifted off our backs. We had a lot of problems getting out their for 'The Art of Dying' and now it's time to make up for those lost moments in time. Seeing the look on our fans faces, and hearing them scream their lungs out night after night is the best feeling in the world, and we've been away from that for too long. Anyone that comes to a DEATH ANGEL show knows that we love to play live and we welcome everyone to share that incredible feeling with us. We are stronger than we've ever been and now is the time to see us more than ever! See you all out there on the road! 'Killing Season' has begun!" For a list of dates, visit www.myspace.com/deathangel. Rob Cavestany was recently interviewed by "Whiplash", a weekly metal show on Belgian national radio Studio Brussel, hosted by AFTER ALL guitarist Dries Van Damme. Listen to the chat in streaming audio: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. DEATH ANGEL's video for "Dethroned", a track off the band's latest album, "Killing Season", can be viewed below. Director/producer Robert Sexton had this to say about his ties to DEATH ANGEL and how the gig practically landed in his lap: "I'm excited about this video and I think D.A. fans are going to go nuts for it. It's a great song and there are a lot of layers to the story and to the visuals. There's something new to see every time you watch it, and DEATH ANGEL's performance decimates. My band GENOCIDE opened for DEATH ANGEL at an all-ages show in a Masonic Hall in Grand Haven, Michigan in the late '80s. Years later, I ran into Mark Osegueda at an absinthe party at Kirk Hammett's house in San Francisco. Mark informed me that DEATH ANGEL were doing their new album, and I asked to be put in the mix to direct the video."
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