FATES WARNING/TEMPLEWITHIN Drummer MARK ZONDER: New Audio Interview Posted Online
An audio file containing FATES WARNING/TEMPLEWITHIN drummer Mark Zonder's interview with Dementia Radio, which aired this past Monday (Jan. 9), is available for download at this location (MP3).
As previously reported, TEMPLEWITHIN — the new band featuring Zonder, MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP guitarist/keyboardist Wayne Findlay and ex-TRIBE OF GYPSIES singer Gregg Analla — have set "Slavior" as the title of their debut album, tentatively due this spring via Greece's Black Lotus Records. "Gregg has been here for about a week doing vocals," Zonder writes on his web site. "Everything is turning out quite well. . . We will be mixing toward the end of January with a May 2006 release on Black Lotus Records." Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Red Road", "Shatter", "Slavior", "Origin", "Altar", "Dove", "Another Planet", "Swept Away" and "Deeper".
TEMPLEWITHIN have uploaded several photos and audio clips of the songs "Swept Away", "Deeper" and "Another Planet" at Zonder's official web site.
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