DEMONS & WIZARDS: New HANSI KÜRSCH Audio Interview Posted Online

A new audio interview with DEMONS & WIZARDS frontman Hansi Kürsch (BLIND GUARDIAN), conducted recently by Denmark's Revolution Music, has been posted online at (go to "Interviews" and right-click on "Download", and "Save As").

As previously reported, DEMONS & WIZARDS' video for the song "Terror Train" is available for viewing at this location. The clip was shot on location in Gothenburg, Sweden with director Roger Johansson (THE HAUNTED, DARK TRANQUILLITY, IN FLAMES, NAPALM DEATH).

"Terror Train" comes off the group's sophomore album, "Touched by the Crimson King", available now on SPV Records.

The follow-up to the group's 2001 self-titled CD, "Touched by the Crimson King" features an appearance by ICED EARTH/HALFORD drummer Bobby Jarzombek.

DEMONS & WIZARDS is the collaboration between Kürsch and Jon Schaffer of ICED EARTH.


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