SQUEALER A.D. To Guest On German Radio Show

SQUEALER A.D. guitarists Lars Döring and Michael Schiel will be the featured guests on Germany's biggest rock and metal radio show, "HR3 Hard'n'Heavy - Die Lange Harte Nacht", on Friday, November 3. The show will start at 11:05 p.m. CET and the bandmembers will be on air from 1:00 a.m.

To listen to the show via the Internet, click here.

SQUEALER A.D. is the German/British band featuring former GRIP INC. vocalist Gus Chambers. The group's latest album, "Confrontation Street", was released in October via AFM Records. According to a press release, "Confrontation Street" is "the hardest album in the band's history" — a directional shift which was planned even before the passing of former former SQUEALER singer Andy "Henner" Allendörfer, who died in a car accident in 2005. The new bandmembers Chambers and Martin Buchwalter (drums) "did an amazing job in the studio and brought lots of ideas and energy to the new material."


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