Legendary drummer Gene Hoglan (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, DEATH, DARK ANGEL, TESTAMENT) will be interviewed live tomorrow night (Monday, May 21) on the "Conte and Kenny Show" on Cringe Humor Radio.The program airs Monday nights between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. EST and the interview itself is scheduled to take place by phone at around 7:30 p.m. (1:30 a.m. CET). You can listen to the show at www.CringeHumorRadio.com. Hoglan is currently sitting behind the kit for UNEARTH for the remaining dates on the band's tour with DIMMU BORGIR, DEVILDRIVER and KATAKLYSM. PITCH BLACK FORECAST (formerly ABSENTEE), the band featuring Hoglan, vocalist Jason "J." Popson (MUSHROOMHEAD, IN COLD BLOOD, Fractured Transmitter Records), guitarist Robert Reinard and bassist Craig Martini, recently uploaded two more songs — "So Low" and "Breathe Now" — to its MySpace page. Like the previously released track "Atonement", the new cuts come off the group's demo, which was written and recorded in nine days at Mars Recording Studio with engineer Bill Korecky.
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