IMPALED To Guest On 1077 THE BONE's 'Metal Zone'
Oakland's IMPALED will be on 107.7 The Bone's "Metal Zone" with Billy Steel on Friday night, March 4 between 9:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. (midnight) to talk about their new album, new label, and "their plans to kill themselves sometime in the near future in a public place," according to an official press release. You can listen to the broadcast live by clicking here. Commenting on their upcoming radio appearance, vocalist/guitarist Sean McGrath said, "Who would have thought that in seven short years I would go from shining shoes outside this radio station for nickels, to owning my own chain of them and forcing the DJs to broadcast my music round the clock? God bless America. Remember to tune in Friday and listen to our vaudeville-esque antics and buffoonery. Maybe we'll mention your name!"
IMPALED's third full-length album and Century Media debut, "Death After Life", will be released on March 8. The follow-up to 2002's "Mondo Medicale", "Death After Life" (view cover here) was recorded by Billy Anderson (CATHEDRAL, MR. BUNGLE, L7, SLEEP), Trey Spruance (MR. BUNGLE, SECRET CHIEFS 3), and Randall "One Dollar Bob" Dunn at Take Root Studios in San Francisco and was produced by Spruance.
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