ENTOMBED, EX-MAYHEM Vocalist To Guest On Tonight's 'Tinitus'

Ex-MAYHEM vocalist and ENTOMBED bassist Nicko Elgstrand and guitarist Alex Hellid were interviewed for this week's "Tinitus" radio show, airing tonight (Wednesday, September 19) between 20.00 CET (8:00 p.m.) and 22.00 CET (10:00 p.m.) on Norway's P3. According to a press release, "Maniac drops by our studio with stage props artist Spacebrain to lay down the law on the latest metal releases. GALLHAMMER, HIMSA and DARKTHRONE go under Maniac's knife. Will they wake up or flatline? Only time will tell, tune in and find out this week. Elgstrand and Hellid delve into the depths of the new album, 'Serpent Saints - The 10 Amendments', the departure of drummer Peter Stjiärnvind to the thrashier NIFELHEIM and whether a reunion with original drummer and composer Nicke Andersson could ever take place in this day and age. Plus, Alex lets us into the secret behind the odd lineup of classic album, 'Clandestine', his take on the HELLACOPTERS and what really led up to Nicke Andersson's departure — all whilst he's showing us his brand new underpants through a hole in his trousers. That's 30 minutes in the life of today's ENTOMBED."

"Tinitus" is Norway's most popular metal show with an average of over 60,000 listeners per week (1.5 percent of the country's population!).

To tune into P3 via the Internet, follow the instructions that are posted on the "Tinitus" MySpace page at this location.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of ENTOMBED performing "Serpent Saints" and "Thy Kingdom Koma" at Pakkahuone Klubi in Tampere, Finland on September 14, 2007:


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