LIZZY BORDEN Interviewed At NAMM (Video)

LIZZY BORDEN Interviewed At NAMM (Video)

Capital Chaos TV conducted an interview with LIZZY BORDEN frontman and namesake at this year's NAMM (National Association Of Music Merchants) show, which took place January 23-26 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. You can now watch the chat below.

LIZZY BORDEN's "Appointment With Death" lineup — Ira Black, Joey Scott, Marten Andersson and Lizzy Borden — reunited for a one-night-only performance on January 24 at the Epiphone party at NAMM at Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa, California.

Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below.

LIZZY BORDEN's Dario Lorina recently joined BLACK LABEL SOCIETY as that band's new guitarist.

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Said LIZZY BORDEN frontman and namesake: "We are extremely proud and happy for Dario Lorina on being selected as Zakk Wylde's BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's new guitarist.

"It's been an amazing ride performing all around the world with Dario. He is a true professional and an incredible blues-driven artistic guitarist, adding so much to the BORDEN sound. Personally, it was a privilege for me to have him on my left side for the last four years and I know Zakk, his band and their fans are going to love Dario, as we all do.

"Dario will be missed in the BORDEN camp but he will always be one of us and we wish him all the luck in the world."

LIZZY BORDEN celebrated its 30th anniversary by embarking on the "30 Years Of American Metal" tour. The trek included "a brand new show, created from the ground up just for this monumental occasion. The new show encompassed songs from each and every LIZZY BORDEN record to date, including classic songs like "Me Against The World", "American Metal", "Master Of Disguise", plus songs the band has never performed live."

LIZZY BORDEN has spent the past few years working on material for the follow-up to 2007's "Appointment With Death"





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