BURNING STARR's JACK STARR To Guest On 'Heavy Metal Mayhem'

Jack Starr (VIRGIN STEELE, DEVIL CHILDE, PHANTOM LORD, GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME) along with his BURNING STARR bandmates Ned Meloni (DEVIL CHILDE, PHANTOM LORD, GHOST, GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME) on bass and Todd Michael Hall (HARLET) on vocals will guest on the "Heavy Metal Mayhem" radio show with Mike "The Big Cheese". The interview will take place during the Sunday, October 4 broadcast from 6 to 8 p.m. EST.

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The latest BURNING STARR CD, "Defiance", was released via Magic Circle Music, the record label owned by members of MANOWAR, on June 5. Produced by Joey DeMaio of MANOWAR, the album includes such tracks as "Black Clouds Of Thanos", "The Beast Inside" and the title track, "Defiance". Check out audio samples in the 10-minute embedded clip below.


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