THROWDOWN: New Video Interview With DAVE PETERS

El Muerte of Capital Chaos conducted an interview with vocalist Dave Peters of California's THROWDOWN on October 28, 2011 at the Boardwalk in Orangevale, California. You can now watch the chat below.

THROWDOWN last month headlined the first annual "Brawloween", a brand new tour event which stretched across the West Coast, with support from CARNIFEX, FIRST BLOOD and SUFFOKATE.

THROWDOWN marked its first live appearances in nearly two years by presenting a fan-favorite filled set list consisting of material from classic albums like "Haymaker" (2003) and "Vendetta" (2005) alongside select tracks from "Venom & Tears" (2007) and their eOne music debut, "Deathless" (2009).

The band's touring lineup was comprised of both familiar faces as well as some guests:

* Dave Peters (THROWDOWN; 2000 - present) - Vocals
* Mark Mitchell (THROWDOWN; 2007 - present) - Bass
* Dave Nassie (BLEEDING THROUGH, ex-NO USE FOR A NAME) - Guitar
* Tim "Yogi" Watts (DEMON HUNTER, ex-THE SHOWDOWN) - Drums


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