'METAL' MIKE CHLASCIAK: New Audio Interview Available

The latest episode of "Talking Metal" features an interview hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy conducted HALFORD, SEBASTIAN BACH and PAINMUSEUM guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak.

Pictures as well as the 45-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location.

"Metal" Mike Chlasciak's (HALFORD, PAINMUSEUM, SEBASTIAN BACH) CMM Entertainment, LLC recently launched a Metal Mike TV channel via YouTube.

Chlasciak is currently in the studio finalizing pre-production for new solo material, after concluding a U.S. trek as a sideman axe-slinger for ex-SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach. Bach toured the sheds and arenas last summer with DOKKEN and POISON on the "Live, Raw & Uncut Summer Tour". An official announcement regarding the project is expected sometime early spring.

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Chlasciak has signed a personal representation deal, through his C.M.M. Entertainment, LLC, with Chicago's sports and entertainment company MMW Marketing, LLC.


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