GLENN DANZIG/DOYLE, MY RUIN Video Interviews Posted Online

San Antonio's longest standing metal institution and STUF-TV cable show "Robb's MetalWorks" has posted their March 2006 episode online at this location. The episode, which features a joint interview with Glenn Danzig and Doyle Von Frankenstein from 2005's "Blackest of the Black" tour, covers Glenn's new movie venture, "Gerouge", as well as MISFITS reunion rumors. The episode also features Tarrie B. and her band MY RUIN primarily discussing their last CD, "My Brutal Language". Videos included on the episode come from F5, MANNTIS, JACKNIFE and CRYPTOPSY, to name a few.

"Robb's MetalWorks" will be staging the "4th Annual Robb's MetalWorks Showcase" on June 10 in San Antonio. This year's event will showcase the much-anticipated 20-year reunion of the "Remnants of War" lineup of HELSTAR, PHANTOM-X, ROTTING CORPSE, VESPERIAN SORROW and NO BALLADS. More information is available at this location.


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