DAATH: New Audio Interview Posted Online

Metal Injection has posted an interview with guitarist Eyal Levi of DAATH on their Internet metal podcast network, Guerilla Radio. Click here to listen to Eyal talking about his experiences in Berklee College, playing with ARSIS, recording with axe-god/producer James Murphy (DISINCARNATE, OBITUARY, DEATH, TESTAMENT), and working with drummer Kevin Talley (ex-CHIMAIRA, DYING FETUS) on fresh recordings of songs like "Ovum" and "War Born".

DAATH (pronounced like "goth," but with a "D") are currently in the studio working on new material for their debut album, "The Hinderers", due out this fall. Besides the title track, some other songs set to appear include "Festival Mass Soulform", "Ovum", "Above Lucium" and "Who Will Take The Blame". The CD is being produced by Murphy, who makes a guest appearance on the album as does Talley, who tracked drums on the aforementioned two songs. Check out photos from the recording studio at www.myspace.com/daath.

DAATH feature in their ranks Sean Farber (vocals), Michael Kameron (synth, backing vocals), Eyal Levi (guitar), Emil Werstler (guitar), Jeremy Creamer (bass), and Matt Ellis (drums).

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