Russell "Evil G." Johnson of BareBonesMusic.com conducted an interview with DIRGE WITHIN guitarist Shaun Glass and vocalist Jeremy "Jerms" Genske before the band's June 25, 2010 performance at Buster's in Lexington, Kentucky. You can now watch the chat below.DIRGE WITHIN's debut album, "Force Fed Lies", was released on September 1, 2009 via E1 Music (formerly Koch Records). The CD was mixed by Jeff Rose and Martin "Ginge" Ford of Nott-In-Pill studios in Newport, Wales, United Kingdom. Edsel Dope (DOPE) produced the effort alongside Chris Djuricic (Studio One). The album features guest appearances by Corey Beaulieu of TRIVUM and Michael Angelo Batio of NITRO fame. The cover artwork was created by Stephen Jensen from F3 studios. The "Forever the Martyr" video was filmed in Charlotte, North Carolina with director Ramon Boutviseth (TRIVIUM, INCUBUS).
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