Austria's Mulatschag TV conducted an interview with vocalist Andreas "Whiplasher Bernadotte" Bergh of Swedish industrial goth metallers DEATHSTARS when the band played at the O2 in Dublin, Ireland on February 27 as the support act for RAMMSTEIN. You can now watch the chat below.
"Metal", the latest video from DEATHSTARS, can be seen below. The song is one of two new tracks featured on the group's best-of compilation, "The Greatest Hits On Earth", which was released physically and digitally on November 4, 2011 via Nuclear Blast. Both new songs showcase the musical direction of the next DEATHSTARS CD.
DEATHSTARS recently announced the addition of drummer Vice (a.k.a. Oscar Leander of CRESCENDOLLS) to the group's ranks.
Commented Vice: "I'm really excited to be a part of DEATHSTARS and I really feel that my drumming complements DEATHSTARS music in a perfect way."
Added DEATHSTARS guitarist, songwriter and producer Emil "Nightmare Industries" Nödtveidt: "With this addition to our band our recordings and live shows will deliver more energy than ever before. We are really pumped up about the future!"
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