GOD DETHRONED: New Audio Interview With HENRI SATTLER Available

Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with guitarist/vocalist Henri Sattler of Dutch melodic death metallers GOD DETHRONED prior to the band's April 20, 2010 concert at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood, California. Topics of discussion included touring with OVERKILL and VADER; current tour setlist; touring guitarist; writing process of the upcoming album; concept behing the band's latest CD, "Passiondale"; maintaining a fan base despite genre changes; touring the States as a European band; Henri's nickname Serpent King; and upcoming plans.

You can now listen to the chat in two parts below.

Part 1:

Part 2:

GOD DETHRONED is scheduled to enter the studio at the end of May to begin recording a new album for a late 2010 release via Metal Blade Records.

GOD DETHRONED's video for the track "Poison Fog" can be viewed below. The song is described as "one of the most lyrically intense songs" from the group's latest CD, "Passiondale". The clip was directed by Maurice Swinkels.

"Passiondale" was released in April 2009 as a limited double digipack edition including a bonus CD. The double-digipack features stunning artwork and two discs: the regular album plus a live recording from 2005 featuring nine songs! The CD was recorded at Soundlodge studios in Germany with producer Jörg Uken.


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