PICTURE Frontman To Guest On 'Metal From Milan'

Vocalist Pete Lovell of the reunited '80s Dutch metal band PICTURE will be interviewed on the "Metal From Milan" radio show with DJ Nik on Friday, March 12 at 22.00 CET.

To listen to the program live via the Internet, go to this location.

Guitarist Jan Bechtum recently left PICTURE and was replaced by Peter Bourbon (VENGEANCE).

PICTURE's latest album, "Old Dogs, New Tricks", was released on October 1, 2009 — exactly 30 years after the band's debut record first saw the light of day.

PICTURE was the first "real" Dutch heavy metal band. Formed in 1979, they were especially popular in the Netherlands, Germany and Italy for their live performances. They still supposedly have a huge fan base in South America, Mexico and Japan.

PICTURE supported AC/DC, TED NUGENT and SAXON in the Netherlands. With SAXON, they did a full European tour in 1981. Later on they toured with ROSE TATTOO in Germany and headlined tours in Italy and Israel.

After reuniting a few years back, a limited-edition live CD was recorded and from December 2008 until January 2009 the band retreated in the StarSound Studios in Utrecht, Holland to record "Old Dogs New Tricks".

According to a press release, the album "contains a wide variety of hard rock and old school metal songs, completed with a breath taking ballad. [It] was [helmed] by Nico Verrips, who already produced and wrote numerous hits into the charts and who kept the Eighties feeling, but gave the record a contemporary modern sound.

"'Old Dogs, New Tricks' is a typical PICTURE album with a variety of heavy and dynamic songs. The powerful and raw voice of Pete Lovell shows to its full advantage with this kind of heavy music. Add the brilliantly composed songs anno 2009 to this and you will agree that this is PICTURE in their historically best lineup ever."

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