WHITESNAKE: New Audio Interview With DOUG ALDRICH Posted Online

Carl Forgues, host of the Quebec, Canada metal heavy metal radio show "metal7080", conducted an interview with WHITESNAKE guitarist Doug Aldrich on April 23. Doug discusses the new WHITESNAKE album, "Good to be Bad", his DIO years, the story behind the acoustic guitar on "Summer Rain", his French-Canadian wife and the fact that one day he might open a music store in Canada. The 50-minute audio file also includes two tracks from the new WHITESNAKE album, one song from BURNING RAIN and one cut from DIO.

Listen to the interview below.

"Good To Be Bad" was released through SPV/Steamhammer in Germany on April 18, the rest of Europe on April 21 and it came out in North America on April 22. In addition to the regular jewel-case version, a limited-edition two-disc set contains an extra CD in a cardboard sleeve, as well as a poster, photocard and sticker.

"Good To Be Bad" first-week chart positions:

Norway: #5
Finland: #5
Germany: #6
UK: #7
Hungary: #8
Sweden: #10
Austria: #11
Switzerland: #15
Denmark: #18
Canada: #23
Czech Republic: #27
Holland: #33
Italy: #57
USA: #62
France: #69
Belgium: #70


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