Rock My Monkey TV conducted an interview with NIGHTRAGE guitarist Marios Iliopoulos and vocalist Antony Hmlinen when the band played at Studio Seven in Seattle, Washington on October 24 with FIREWIND. You can now watch the chat below.
NIGHTRAGE's fifth album, "Insidious", was released on September 27 (one day earlier internationally) via Lifeforce Records. The CD features guest appearances by Gus G. (OZZY OSBOURNE, FIREWIND), Tomas S. Englund (EVERGREY), Apollo Papathanasio (FIREWIND, SPIRITUAL BEGGARS), John K (BIOMECHANICAL) and the band's former frontman Tomas Lindberg (also known for his work with AT THE GATES, THE CROWN and LOCK UP). Lindberg appeared on the band's first two albums 2003's "Sweet Vengeance" and 2005's "Descent Into Chaos" before being replaced by Jimmie Strimell, who sang on 2007's "A New Disease Is Born".
The "Insidious" cover art was created by Gustavo Sazes (MORBID ANGEL, ARCH ENEMY, FIREWIND, SONIC SYNDICATE, GOD FORBID) of Abstrata Art.
Antony Hmlinen - Vocals Marios Iliopoulos - Guitar Olof Mrck - Guitar Anders Hammer - Bass Johan Nunez - Drums
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