LAZARUS A.D. Guitarist Interviewed On CHOM-FM's 'The Metal File' (Audio)
Guitarist Dan Gapen of Midwest thrashers LAZARUS A.D. was interviewed for the latest edition of "The Metal File" podcast from Montreal's CHOM-FM. You can now stream the chat using the audio player below.
"Black Rivers Flow", the second full-length album from LAZARUS A.D., was released on February 1 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded in July and August 2010 at Belle City Sound with Chris Wisco and was mixed and mastered by James Murphy at Safehouse Production.
"Black Rivers Flow" track listing:
01. American Dreams
02. The Ultimate Sacrifice
03. The Strong Prevail
04. Black Rivers Flow
05. Casting Forward
06. Light A City (Up In Smoke)
07. Through Your Eyes
08. Beneath the Waves of Hatred
09. Eternal Vengeance
"Black Rivers Flow" audio stream (courtesy of AOL's Noisecreep):
LAZARUS A.D. bassist and lead vocalist Jeff Paulick comments: "First off, I have to say we are incredibly proud of 'Black Rivers Flow'.
"It's been three and a half years since we recorded our last album and we've grown a lot since then.
"During the writing process for 'Black Rivers Flow', we were dealing with great personal tragedies. We found a way to draw strength from those tragedies and use it as inspiration to write what we feel is an incredibly more sound record than the last.
"On 'Black Rivers Flow', everyone stepped up their game; the riffs are heavier, the choruses catchier, and the vocals have improved and been diversified tenfold.
"We are on a mission to show the world that we are a force to be reckoned with and aren't thinking about a trend, we're thinking long-term.
"I think our fans will hear these songs and be blown away. The energy and power this time around is undeniable, and we hope the reaction amongst the community reflects just that."
LAZARUS A.D. is
Jeff Paulick - Bass/Lead Vocals
Dan Gapen - Lead Guitar / Vocals
Alex Lackner - Guitar
Ryan Shutler - Drums
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