A six-minute interview with KROKUS singer Marc Storace that aired on the Swiss TV show "Telebar" on Friday, May 7 has been posted online at this location (Windows Media).As previously reported, KROKUS will celebrate their 25-year anniversary this summer with the U.S. release of two new albums. The first CD, "Fire and Gasoline", due June 29 through Reality Entertainment, is a collection of the band's greatest hits recorded live on their last European tour. The group's second U.S. release will come in the shape of the band's latest studio album, "Rock the Block", which debuted at No. 1 on the Swiss Album chart upon its release in January 2003 and has since achieved platinum status in the band's home country. That CD will arrive in the shops on July 27. KROKUS plan to tour in support of both these releases later this year.
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