MORTIFICATION: New Audio Interview With STEVE ROWE Available

"The VM Underground" show last week conducted an interview with vocalist/bassist Steve Rowe of the Australian Christian metallers MORTIFICATION. According to Rowe, "The discussion covers the eighteen-year spectrum of MORTIFICATION, plus a bunch of my thoughts and reflections relating to metal music in general. This podcast will give you the most definitive insight into how I see the band's progression and will help you better understand exactly how and why the MORTIFICATION history has unfolded the way it has. I hope you enjoy listening to it."

Download the interview at this location.

Steve added, "I have almost completed my best new songs to be recorded for the next MORTIFICATION album. From twenty songs I have written in the past two years. I am currently presenting the best eight to the other guys. Mick [Jelinic, guitar] is still working on his best new tunes, too. We will collaborate on these and then I will put lyrics to Mick's two or three musical contributions. I have a title for the album but that is under lock and key until next year. We are looking at recording throughout next March and April for a mid-2009 release. Things are moving slowly because the edit of the 'Live Humanitarian' DVD is taking much longer than first expected, but I can assure you that it will be worth the wait."


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