SUFFOCATION: Video Interview, Performance Footage From NEUROTIC DEATHFEST Available

Norway's Eternal Terror webzine conducted an interview with vocalist Frank Mullen of the New York death metal legends SUFFOCATION at this year's Neurotic Deathfest, which was held May 30-31 at 013 in Tilburg, The Netherlands. The six-and-a-half-minute clip, which features footage of the band's performance at the festival, can be viewed below.

Gino Alache from RockumRadio.com conducted an interview with SUFFOCATION drummer Mike Smith on February 11, 2008. During the 19-minute chat, Smith revealed the title of the next SUFFOCATION album: "Blood Oath".

Listen to the interview at this location.

Roadrunner Records in January released a "best-of" collection from SUFFOCATION, appropriately titled "The Best of Suffocation".

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