GENITORTURERS Frontwoman Interviewed At NAMM; Video Available

Lacey Conner, villainess co-star of VH1's hit TV show "Rock of Love" featuring POISON's Bret Michaels, conducted an interview with frontwoman Gen of the Florida-based "shock-rock" band GENITORTURERS — which also features MORBID ANGEL frontman David "Evil D" Vincent on bass — at the Dean Guitars booth at this year's winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) show, which was held January 17-20 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Watch the clip below.

The GENITORTURERS are planning on releasing a new full-length album later this year, with worldwide touring to follow that will include a return to Australia, Japan, Europe and South America.

GENITORTURERS last year traveled to California to mix part of its new CD in Hollywood at the Chop Shop by producer Scott Humphrey (ROB ZOMBIE, MÖTLEY CRÜE, METALLICA, TOMMY LEE, THE CULT, MONSTER MAGNET). Additional mixing sessions took place in Orlando with producer Dave Ogilvie and Veit Renn at RMP studios.

Dave Ogilvie has a long history with GENITORTURERS, stepping in to mix their 1993 debut IRS Records release "120 Days of Genitorture" and producing most of their "Machine Love" CD, which included a cover of the DIVINYLS' "I Touch Myself".

The majority of the album was recorded in the GENITORTURERS' own Compound Studios with additional drum tracking at Tampa's Redroom studios.

GENITORTURERS' first-ever in-concert production, titled "Live in Sin", came out in October via MVD. The disc features 10 intense live music videos with excellent sound quality including three unreleased live versions of new songs set to debut on the band's 2008 album. Bonus materials include rare Japanese "Sin City" promo video, outtakes from the band's Hu$tler shoot, candid interviews, raucous backstage and behind the scenes fun, and even a little whisky drinkin' and mud wrestlin' thrown in for good measure.


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