MARK SLAUGHTER Interviewed By MITCH LAFON (Audio)

MARK SLAUGHTER Interviewed By MITCH LAFON (Audio)

SLAUGHTER lead singer Mark Slaughter was recently interviewed by rock journalist Mitch Lafon. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.

Mark Slaughter released a new solo single, "Never Givin Up", digitally on March 18 via Thunder Spirit Records.

An audio sample of the track can be streamed at Amazon.com.

"Never Givin Up" captures the rock n' roll anthems of yesterday with a military message that salutes all who have faced adversity.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the single will be donated to the Red Circle Foundation, a non-profit organization providing immediate gap funding assistance to the families of United States Special Operations Forces.

"Never Givin Up" features Mark Slaughter on all instruments except drums by Mark Goodin. Legendary producer Michael Wagener (METALLICA, MEGADETH, ALICE COOPER, DOKKEN, SKID ROW) mixed and mastered the single.

SLAUGHTER's best-selling release date is the group's 1990 debut album, "Stick It to Ya", which spawned several hit singles, including "Up All Night" and the power ballad "Fly to the Angels". The album reached double platinum status in the United States.

The band's last studio CD, "Back to Reality", came out in 1999.

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