Video Footage From ROADRUNNER UNITED Concert Rehearsals Posted Online has posted video interviews from the Roadrunner United concert rehearsals on December 14, 2005 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. The four interview clips feature Roy Mayorga (ex-SOULFLY), KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's Justin Foley and Joel Stroetzel, Jordan Whelan of STILL REMAINS, and Paolo Gregoletto of TRIVIUM. The musicians talk about the Roadrunner bands that have influenced their music, the "Roadrunner United: The All-Star Sessions" album, and news related to their respective projects/bands. Roy and Jordan talk about being part of the "All-Star Sessions" album and how they were chosen to participate. The musicians share their memories of the late Dimebag, Lynn Strait and Chuck Schuldiner and/or how each influenced their careers. Find out what the musicians are doing for the holidays and what's on their Christmas wish lists. Check out the interviews at this location.

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