Synthesis.net has posted the first part of a video interview with DOWN members Kirk Windstein and Jimmy Bower conducted on September 29, 2007 at the Senator Theatre in Chico, California. Watch it below.
DOWN's new album, "Over the Under", has registered the following first-week chart positions:
DOWN held a release party for its new album, "III - Over the Under", on September 25 at the The Plush Lounge at The Key Club in Hollywood, Califoria. The entire group attended the event, as did former BIOHAZARD frontman Evan Seinfeld and video director Dean Karr, among many others. Check out photos at DirtJunior.com.
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"Over the Under" was released on September 25 through ILG/Warner Music Group (one day earlier internationally via Roadrunner Records).
As previously reported, four new DOWN songs — "N.O.D.", "Never Try", "I Scream" and "On March The Saints" — have been posted on the group's MySpace page. "I Scream" is also available for streaming 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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