40 BELOW SUMMER Frontman To Guest On 'All Knowing Force'

40 BELOW SUMMER co-founder/vocalist Max Illidge will be the featured guest on the "All Knowing Force" web-based interview show tonight (Tuesday, January 16) at 10:00 p.m. EST / 7:00 p.m. PST. Listeners are encouraged to call 347-410-9416 to speak with Max or email their questions to [email protected]

For more information, visit www.allknowingforce.com.

40 BELOW SUMMER released a CD/DVD titled "The Last Dance" on October 31, 2006 via Crash Music Inc. The album features nine previously unreleased demo tracks, as well as a bonus DVD featuring footage of the band's performance at the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey (September 2005).

40 BELOW SUMMER recently shot a video for the song "Relapse" with director Frankie Nasso (MUDVAYNE, ALL THAT REMAINS, HATEBREED, SWORN ENEMY).


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