THE ANSWER: New Video Interview With CORMAC NEESON Available

Vocalist Cormac Neeson of Irish rockers THE ANSWER recently gave Kerrang! magazine the lowdown on the band's new album, "Everyday Demons", touring with AC/DC and what happened the night they visited Fargo. Watch the 11-minute chat below.

THE ANSWER will perform live on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline" with host Bob Coburn on Monday, April 27 at 8:30 p.m. PT / 11:30 p.m. ET. Fans are encouraged to speak with THE ANSWER by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625).

For more information, visit RocklineRadio.com.

"On & On", the new video from THE ANSWER, can be viewed below. The clip, which was directed by Isaiah Seret ("Wanted") and shot in U.S. while the band was on tour with AC/DC, combines the raw unadulterated performance of THE ANSWER in a very cool setting.

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"On & On" comes off THE ANSWER's forthcoming second album, "Everyday Demons", which will be released in Europe on March 2 (March 31 in the U.S.) via the German record label Steamhammer/SPV. The CD was produced by John Travis (KID ROCK, STATIC-X, etc.) and mixed by Tim Palmer and Mike Fraser (who recently mixed AC/DC's "Black Ice").

"We've been on tour almost constantly for two years, have seen a lot of the world and made a lot of important experiences — a development that you can hear on 'Everyday Demons'," says guitarist Paul Mahon.

THE ANSWER's debut North American title "Never Too Late", is a limited-edition two-disc set that bundles a four-song EP and a bonus DVD featuring previously unreleased footage.

Recently included on Rolling Stone's Hot List, THE ANSWER is made up of Cormac Neeson (lead vocals), Paul Mahon (guitar), Micky Waters (bass) and James Heatley (drums). In Europe and the U.K. — where their major awards include Best New UK Band at the Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards — they've opened shows for THE ROLLING STONES, THE WHO, AEROSMITH and other legendary acts. THE ANSWER has also headlined tours in the U.K., Europe, Japan and Australia, where their first album "Rise" won significant critical and popular acclaim.

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