EXHUMED Frontman To Guest On WIPZ's 'The Metal Massacre'
EXHUMED frontman Matt Harvey will be interviewed by Andy Scheeler of "The Metal Massacre" radio show on WIPZ 101.7 FM (University of Wisconsin) this Saturday, October 22 between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. CST. Listen to the program live on the Internet at www.wipzradio.com.
As previously reported, EXHUMED have announced fall/winter tour dates in support of their upcoming release, "Garage Daze Re-Regurgitated", to be issued on Parasitic Twin Records, distributed via Relapse Records. These West Coast gore fiends will kick off their five week tour on October 27 in Aptos, CA. Throughout the course of the tour, EXHUMED will share stages with the likes of BEHEMOTH, RUMPELSTILTSKIN GRINDER, GRIEF and many others. Confirmed dates can be found at this location.
"Garage Daze Re-Regurgitated" is a collection of cover songs that harkens back to the band's filthiest roots (MASTER, SIEGE, UNSEEN TERROR) and pays homage to influential classics (PENTAGRAM, AMEBIX, SAMHAIN, THE CURE). The CD will see a U.S. release on November 8.
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