DARK TRANQUILLITY, INTO ETERNITY: New Audio Interviews Posted Online

The latest episode of "Talking Metal" features part one of their coverage of the Metal for the Masses 2007 tour. It features interviews hosts Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy conducted with DARK TRANQUILLITY vocalist Mikael Stanne and INTO ETERNITY vocalist Stu Block. Topics include DARK TRANQUILLITY's new album "Fiction", MEGADETH, Randy Blythe, EDGUY, and RUSH's influence on INTO ETERNITY. Additional podcast topics include the 2007 edition of VH1's "Rock Honors", Ozzy Osbourne, Century Media Records, Vince Neil, Jessica Alba, Music Rising, GUNS N' ROSES, Ronin, and the passing of former KISS guitarist Mark St. John. A photo gallery as well as the 60-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.


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