VANISHING POINT: New Video Interview With CHRIS PORCIANKO Posted Online
Just Say Rock — the organizers of Screamfest, a two-day heavy metal festival set to take place at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Australia on New Year's Eve 2009 and New Year's Day 2010 — recently conducted an interview with guitarist Chris Porcianko of the Australian progressive metal band VANISHING POINT. Watch the chat below.
VANISHING POINT is currently writing material for its as-yet-untitled fifth studio album, to be released in 2010.
Upcoming VANISHING POINT shows:
Dec. 31 - Screamfest @ Enmore Theatre - Sydney, AUS
Jan. 03 - Hi-Fi - Brisbane, AUS (w/ SONATA ARCTICA)
Jan. 05 - Billboard's - Melbourne, AUS (w/ SONATA ARCTICA)
VANISHING POINT's last CD, "The Fourth Season", was released in August 2007 via Dockyard 1. The follow-up to 2005's "Embrace the Silence" was once again recorded with Endel Rivers at Palm studios in the band's hometown of Melbourne. Mastering duties were handled by legendary Mika Jussila (STRATOVARIUS, NIGHTWISH, SONATA ARCTICA) at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, Finland.
VANISHING POINT's video for the song "Surrender" (taken from "The Fourth Season") can be viewed below.
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