MetalMachine.net conducted an interview with DOWN/ex-PANTERA bassist Rex Brown on October 25, 2007. Watch the 11-minute clip at this location. A short preview can be viewed below.As previously reported, DOWN members Rex Brown, Pepper Keenan and Kirk Windstein will guest on the "Hard Files" program on Sirius Satellite Radio's Hard Attack today (Thursday, November 1) at 7:00 p.m. EST. Rebroadcasts: Fridays at noon ET, Saturdays at 3:00 p.m. ET and Sundays at 6:00 p.m. ET. Join Brown, Keenan, Windstein and Sirius host Jose Mangin as they share stories about the making of their latest release, "Over the Under", New Orleans after the floods, sobriety, family, porn, side projects, and explain why DOWN has two separate tour buses. DOWN's new album, "Over the Under", was released on September 25 through ILG/Warner Music Group (one day earlier internationally via Roadrunner Records). Four songs from the CD — "N.O.D.", "Never Try", "I Scream" and "On March The Saints" — are available for streaming on the group's MySpace page. "I Scream" is also available at this location (Windows Media). "Over the Under" was issued in Europe as a limited-edition digipack CD featuring the bonus track "Invest in Fear".
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