Former DIMMU BORGIR Drummer Guests On 'Metal Breakfast Radio'

Reno Kiilerich, former drummer of DIMMU BORGIR, OLD MAN'S CHILD, PANZERCHRIST and many more, sits in to chat on the most recent episode of "Metal Breakfast Radio". He also spins a selection of music spanning his wide & varied career, as well as "taking the usual crap" that the show's hosts — ex-BOLT THROWER/BENEDICTION frontman Dave Ingram and ex-NEPENTHE/DOWNLORD guitarist Donovan Spenceley — dish out to their guests.

In the coming weeks, there will be a crossover episode in cooperation with two other Internet radio shows, "Ye Olde Metal Shoppe" (hosted by "The Conte & Kenny Show" stalwart Bob A.) and "The Autopsy Report Metal Radio Show" (with Gramie Dee, former guitarist of '80s seminal thrashers BLOOD MONEY).

The show can be heard from www.metalbreakfastradio.com.

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