1349 Bassist Interviewed In Denver

Groovey of the Colorado Music Buzz & Entertainment conducted an interview with bassist Seidemann of Norwegian black metallers 1349 when the band played in Denver on May 2, 2010. Watch the chat below.

1349 will take part in a meet-and-greet at Vacation Vinyl in Hollywood, California on Friday, May 7 between 7:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

1349 CDs, limited-edition 12" picture discs and other merch will be available that night.

To GUARANTEE an opportunity to meet the band, purchasing something that night is suggested.

This event is free and open to all ages.

Vacation Vinyl
4679 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
All ages welcome

Immediately following the in-store appearance, the band will head to Hank's Bar in downtown Los Angeles, where they will host a tour wrap-up party. The group's new album, "Demonoir", which was released on April 27 via Prosthetic Records, will be played in its entirety. There will be DJ sets from John Strachan (THE FUNERAL PYRE), Dan Dismal (CREMATORIUM, Church of the 8th Day) and Pete Majors (HARASSOR). There will be Colt 45 specials throughout the night, while supplies last. There's plenty of street parking and cheap lots in the area.

Hank's Bar (in the Stillwell Hotel)
840 S. Grand Ave
Downtown Los Angeles, CA
21+ only!

1349 was forced to miss the first few dates of the CANNIBAL CORPSE tour due to volcanic and visa issues. The band made it over last weekend, but drummer Frost was held back. Tony Laureano (ex-DIMMU BORGIR, ANGELCORPSE, NILE) stepped in while Frost was gone.

"Demonoir", the fifth full-length album from 1349, was recorded at Studio Nyhagen, deep in the woods in Norway with Tom G. Warrior (HELLHAMMER, CELTIC FROST), who showed the greatest respect for the task and played a key role as motivator and catalyst. His technical role of the recording was that of a co-producer, but far more important was his presence and understanding of what a challenging project "Demonoir" was.

1349 is:

Ravn - Vocals
Archaon - Guitar
Seidemann - Bass
Frost - Drums


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