FIREWIND Guitarist To Guest On 'Mitch's Metal Militia Show'

Guitarist Gus G. of Greek melodic metallers FIREWIND will be interviewed on "Mitch's Metal Militia Show" this Wednesday, February 11. The program starts at 3:00 p.m. CST and can be heard via the Internet at There is also a chat room there for the fans to interact.

Video footage of FIREWIND performing the song "Breaking The Silence" on January 9, 2009 in Sofia, Bulgaria, with a special guest appearance by female singer Tara Teresa, can be viewed below (clip uploaded by "Zhignatov").

Tara was last seen performing with FIREWIND at various festivals in 2006 and collaborated with the band on the "Breaking The Silence" single, which broke the Top 20 in Greece and remained on the chart for several weeks.

FIREWIND's first-ever live effort, "Live Premonition", was released all across Europe in December and is available as DVD, 2CD and deluxe DVD+2CD set offering a stunning 22-song set filmed and recorded last year in the band's hometown of Thessaloniki.

The 2CD version of "Live Premonition" consists of the audio portion of the main show on two separate CDs, available for the price of one CD. The DVD also features many extras such as behind-the-scenes footage, special acoustic live performances, promo clips and much more.


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