"Uranium", which is exclusively available on Fuse On Demand, recently sat down with New Orleans sludge masters SOILENT GREEN to talk about their latest album and working with producer Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, CANNIBAL CORPSE). The full interview is available all November long only on Fuse on Demand.Watch a clip below. Fuse on Demand is available on Cablevision, Comcast, Cox, Direct TV, Insight, Knology, WAVE, Metrocast, Hometown, Midcontinent and a whole bunch of other places across the U.S. SOILENT GREEN's new album, "Inevitable Collapse in the Presence of Conviction", was released on April 15 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was helmed by Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, ex-MORBID ANGEL) at Mana Recording in St. Petersburg, Florida. Touted as "one of the ten most important hard and heavy bands" by Rolling Stone magazine, SOILENT GREEN has been releasing consistently brutal and groove-laden albums since their first full-length, "Pussysoul", in 1994.
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