Patrick Musumeche of FullMetalRock.com recently conducted an interview with '80s hard rock queen Lita Ford. You can now watch the chat below.
Asked at the end of the interview if she had any "hellos" or "fuck-yous" to send out, Lita said, "Fuck you, Blabbermouth. I hate Blabbermouth. The people that write in… Actually, it's not Blabbermouth; it's the people that write in to Blabbermouth. What's wrong with you, motherfuckers? Why don't you go fucking blow your brains out? [laughs] Honestly, if you don't like it, get the fuck off Blabbermouth. . . Fuck you! Not Blabbermouth, the writers. The ones that write in, say stupid shit."
Lita's new solo album, "Living Like A Runaway", was released on June 19 in North America via SPV/Steamhammer. The effort was made available in four configurations: a double LP, limited-edition CD, standard CD and digital download. The artwork for the album was created by famed rock photographer Mark Weiss.
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