Brutalitopia conducted an interview with Martin Van Drunen, legendary frontman for Dutch death metal outfit ASPHYX, at the Maryland Deathfest XII, which was held May 22-25 in Baltimore. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.
ASPHYX's latest album, "Deathhammer", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 67. The CD was released in February 2012 via Century Media Records.
The "Deathhammer" video can be seen below. The clip was filmed by Maurice Swinkels of Younique Film, who had previously worked with the band on the bonus DVD for the "Death...The Brutal Way" album as well as on clips for such other groups as EXODUS, MASTERPLAN and KATAKLYSM.
Recorded at The Mörser Studio as well as at Harrow Studio with ASPHYX's longtime engineer Harry Wijering, "Deathhammer" was mixed and mastered in Sweden by Dan Swanö, who previously worked with the band on "Death…The Brutal Way" and "Live Death Doom" releases.
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