MONSTER VOODOO MACHINE Vocalist To Guest On 'Black Flame Radio'

Black Flame Radio will air an uncut 27-minute interview with Adam "Doom" Sewell of MONSTER VOODOO MACHINE tonight (Aug. 1-2) between 2:00 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. The interview covers the history of MONSTER VOODOO MACHINE, including what led to the band's demise and the group's decision to reunite.

Black Flame Radio can be heard on FM 105.5 in North York/Toronto, Channel 945 on Rogers Digital Cable and via (latest version of Winamp recommended).

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MONSTER VOODOO MACHINE will play its first show in nine years on Thursday, August 9 at The Fun Haus (Queen St. W. @ Bathurst) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

MONSTER VOODOO MACHINE has been in the rehearsal room since last winter working on new material and crypt-kicking the cobwebs off of some VOODOO classics. It's still too early to know what the final Toronto show setlist will look like, but the band promises that the set will be about intense volume, violent distortion... and maximum damage.

Commented the group in a press release: "This won't be a one-off 'reunion' show. It's just the beginning of the latest VOODOO-esque horror / sci-fi / mad scientist movie sequel. It's been nine years since the band last blew up Frankenstein's lab and rocked it under the sawblade banner — and maybe it's the blood in the water, the fire in the skies or maybe the hell on earth, but it certainly feels like the right time to do it again."

The band lineup tearing up the stage this summer is:

Adam (Doom) Sewell - Vocals
Jason Cuddy - Guitar
Darren Quinn - Guitar
Terry Landry - Bass
Dean Bentley - Drums
Victor Rebelo (of MUNDANE) - Samplers / Keys


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