PRONG Mainman Interviewed On 'Maximum Threshold'; Audio Available

PRONG's Tommy Victor was interviewed on last night's (Saturday, March 28) edition of the "Maximum Threshold" show. The program is now available for download at this location.

"Maximum Threshold" is an Internet radio show dedicated to presenting up-and-coming hard rock bands and successful bands as well as interviews, news and music reviews. It is syndicated on 10 stations.

To hear the program live, go to this location.

PRONG will embark on the "Worst Of The Worst" European tour in late May in support of the band's upcoming CD, "Power Of The Damn Mixxxer".

The cover artwork for "Power Of The Damn Mixxxer", the remix counterpart to PRONG's 2007 album "Power of The Damager", can be viewed below. The CD is scheduled for release on May 12 via 13th Planet Records.

Commented PRONG guitarist/vocalist Tommy Victor: "We are really excited about this remix compilation of 'Power Of The Damager' material. We feel the LP was overlooked and in some cases ignored. But the added elements provided by the great remixers, producers, and deejays infused with all the tracks make 'Power Of The Damn Mixxxer' an interesting yet enjoyable listening experience."

Two of the songs — "Can't Stop The Bleeding (SMack! Mix)" (remixed by Xris FLAM) and "Looking For Them (Contagious Mix)" (remixed by Virus of DOPE) — are available for streaming at this location.


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