MELECHESH: New Video Interview With MOLOCH

Andy Wears of Metal Assault Radio conducted an interview with guitarist Moloch of Sumerian thrashing black metallers MELECHESH on February 10, 2011 in London, England. You can now watch the chat below.

As previously reported, Moloch was forced to sit out the first few dates of MELECHESH's European tour due to circumstances beyond the group's control. Greg den Hartog filled in until Moloch was able to rejoin MELECHESH on the road.

MELECHESH's European tour with NILE, DEW-SCENTED, ZONARIA and DARKRISE kicked off on January 20 in Katowice, Poland.

MELECHESH recently filmed a video for the song "Grand Gathas Of Baal Sin" in Istanbul, Turkey with Canadian director Rouzbeh Heydari. Director of cinematography and producer are Emin Murat Kiliç and Tumay Irgas, respectively.

"Grand Gathas Of Baal Sin" comes off MELECHESH's latest album, "The Epigenesis", which was recorded in the newly built Babajim Studios in Istanbul, Turkey and was mixed by Reuben de Lautour and mastered by Pieter Snapper.

The "The Epigenesis" cover art was created by the U.K.-based renowned occult artist John Coulthart, who had already collaborated with MELECHESH in the past.


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