Vocalist Myron of the Michigan-based quartet DIRTY AMERICANS recently spoke to HoTMetaLradio.com about the long-awaited U.S. release of the group's critically acclaimed debut album, "Strange Generation". Listen to the 14-minute interview in streaming audio at this location.As previously reported, "Strange Generation", produced by Paul Ebersold (3 DOORS DOWN, SALIVA), was initially released by Roadrunner Records last March in Europe and Japan, where it earned rave reviews. The group has developed a burgeoning fanbase throughout the Midwest, where they've sold thousands of copies of their "Kiss 'Em All Goodbye" EP and performed with the likes of ALICE COOPER, TED NUGENT, CLUTCH and SILVERTIDE.
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