DON DOKKEN Interviewed On 'Poolside With Dean Delray'; Video Available
DOKKEN frontman Don Dokken was interviewed on yesterday's (Monday, March 5) edition of of the "Poolside With Dean Delray" podcast. You can now watch video footage of his appearance at this location. The audio of the interview can be streamed using the player below.
DOKKEN has set "Broken Bones" as the title of its new album, to be released late spring/early summer via Frontiers Records.
The cooperation between Frontiers and DOKKEN started with the European release of the group's "Lightning Strikes Again" CD in 2007. The album marked a return to DOKKEN's signature style with melodic hooklines and blazing guitar riffs that epitomized the band's sound on such records as "Tooth And Nail", "Under Lock And Key", "Back For The Attack" and "Dysfunctional".
In a November 2011 press release, DOKKEN frontman Don Dokken described the band's new material as "very uptempo and heavy." He added, "We know our fans like the classic DOKKEN sound, and this is where our new music is headed. It's been a band of brothers doing what we love: 'music.'"
DOKKEN's current lineup consists of Don Dokken on lead vocals, Jon Levin on guitar, Sean McNabb on bass and Mick Brown on drums.
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