EVAN SEINFELD Talks ATTIKA 7, BIOHAZARD In New Audio Interview

Former BIOHAZARD and current ATTIKA 7 frontman Evan Seinfeld was recently interviewed on the "Hangar 19" radio show. You can now listen to the program using the audio player below.

In addition to Seinfeld, ATTIKA 7 features lead guitarist Rusty Coones (famed motorcycle builder), guitarist Zach Broderick (formerly with NONPOINT), drummer Tommy Holt (ex-UPO) and former KYUSS bassist Scott Reeder

ATTIKA 7's debut album, "Blood Of My Enemies", was released on July 31 via Rocket Science Ventures/THC:MUSIC in North America and Membran/Ninetone in Europe. The CD was recorded with producer Mudrock (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, GODSMACK).

The bass and drum tracks on "Blood Of My Enemies" were laid down by Tony Campos (SOULFLY, POSSESSED, STATIC-X, ASESINO, MINISTRY) and Devin Lebsack, respectively, but due to scheduling conflicts they were not able to make the required commitment to ATTIKA 7.

Interview (audio):

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