FIREWIND Guitarist To Guest On Next Weekend's 'Hair Metal Haven'

FIREWIND guitarist Gus. G. will be interviewed by Chris Nelson on next weekend's edition of "Hair Metal Haven" on Rock 247 Online. The show will be broadcast between 17.00 and 19.00 GMT on Saturday, April 19.

To listen to the program via the Internet, click here.

"Mercenary Man", the new video from FIREWIND, can be viewed below. The track comes off the Greek melodic metal band's fifth album, "The Premonition", which came out on March 25.

"This is our third video with director Patric Ullaeus (IN FLAMES, LACUNA COIL)," guitarist Gus G. said. "It was a great feeling going back to Sweden and working with him. When it comes to the visuals, he's our man. When I think that I want us to look like a million dollars, I think of Patric."

The "Mercenary Man" single recently entered the Greek chart at position No. 6.

The special version of "The Premonition" comes with an o-card packaging and a bonus DVD dubbed "Live Premonition", which includes four brand-new songs from the album "The Premonition" recorded live in Thessaloniki, Greece, on January 12, 2008 as well as interviews with all of the band members.


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