PLACE OF SKULLS' VICTOR GRIFFIN To Be Interviewed On Ex-TROUBLE Drummer's Radio Show
Victor Griffin (PLACE OF SKULLS, DEATH ROW, PENTAGRAM) will guest on this Monday's (August 16) edition of former TROUBLE drummer Jeff "Oly" Olson's new Internet radio show, "Heady Metal with Jeff Olson".
Olson debuted "Heady Metal with Jeff Olson" on July 5 via Metal Messiah Radio. The show airs bi-weekly on Monday evenings from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern with an encore the following Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. The first month's shows included guests Dave Chandler (SAINT VITUS) and Greg Anderson (SUNN O))), GOATSNAKE).
All podcasts and future guests can be found at RetroGraveMusic.com.
The long-awaited fourth full-length album from Knoxville, Tennessee doom metallers PLACE OF SKULLS, "As A Dog Returns", is due this fall. The follow-up to 2006's "The Black Is Never Far" was recorded at Lakeside Studios in Knoxville by Travis Wyrick and founding guitarist/vocalist Victor Griffin (PENTAGRAM, DEATH ROW, CATHEDRAL, JOE HASSELVANDER), with drums recorded and engineered by Mike Dearing.
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