PRIMORDIAL: New Video Interview With ALAN 'NEMTHEANGA' AVERILL Posted Online

Vocalist Alan "Nemtheanga" Averill of the of the Irish dark metal masters PRIMORDIAL was interviewed by Elena Mihailidou and Myra Paksinou from when the band visited Greece for two shows last month (April 12 in Thessaloniki and April 13 in Athens). Topics of discussion include the band's return to Greece, the recording process for the band's latest album, "To the Nameless Dead", the CDs lyrical content and illegal music downloading.

Watch the 13-minute chat below.

The picture disc version of "To the Nameless Dead" is scheduled to be released this month via Metal Blade Records.

PRIMORDIAL will team up with ELUVEITIE, EQUILIBRIUM and CATAMENIA for the Heidenfest Tour 2008 in October/November.


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