Reini of Austria's Stormbringer.at webzine conducted an interview with Gary Holt of San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans EXODUS, Mille Petrozza of Germany's KREATOR and Nikos Melissourgos, guitarist/vocalist of Greek old-school thrashers SUICIDAL ANGELS, at the Vienna, Austria stop of the Thrashfest 2010 tour on December 3, 2010. You can now watch the chat below.
Petrozza recently stated about the Thrashfest touring package (which also includes DEATH ANGEL), "Many shows are sold out and the vibe could not be better! It's hard to pick out any particular show since ALL the shows were killer so far!"
He added, "There's a great vibe between the bands and after show parties every day, but the highlight for me personally is the fact that we are writing metal history with this lineup! SUICIDAL ANGELS, DEATH ANGEL, EXODUS and KREATOR on one night is a dream come true for me and for a lot of the fans! Thanks for making this tour a great ending of an amazing year of 2010."
A number of high-quality photos from the November 28, 2010 stop of the Thrashfest 2010 tour at Trix in Antwerp, Belgium can be found at Metal-Experience.com.
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