INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND Guitarist Interviewed On 'Mars Attacks' (Audio)

The latest episode of Mars Attacks podcast features an interview host Victor M. Ruiz conducted with guitarist Erik Barath of reunited late '80s Connecticut thrashers (now based in New York City) INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND (I.N.C.). Erik talks about the band's reformation; the recording process for the group's new album, "Heaven Sent Hellbound"; and INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND's collaboration with GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal. You can now stream the episode using the audio player below.

"Heaven Sent Hellbound" will be released on August 9 via Rising Records. The album was produced by Fredrik Nordstrm (AT THE GATES, IN FLAMES, OPETH), and features artwork by Sam Shearon (IRON MAIDEN, ROB ZOMBIE, FEAR FACTORY).

INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND filmed two new music videos for the singles "Fist Of Fascista" and "Swallowed" a few weeks ago in Brooklyn, New York.

"Fist Of Fascista" audio stream:

In its first week, INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND's "Bleed The Line" EP debuted at #4 Most Added on the CMJ Loud Rock chart. The EP is currently spinning at many college and commercial radio stations nationwide.

"Bleed The Line" is available now in digital format. Fans can download the record at iTunes and Amazon.com.

Through humble beginnings in Connecticut, INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND released two full-length albums via Giant Records, "Razorback" (1987) and "The Visitor" (1988). Giant Records signed I.N.C. after witnessing the band's crushing live performances with the likes of EXODUS, MEGADETH and KING DIAMOND; all of which took place only six months after the INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND graduated high school. Now based in New York City, the band is writing and recording a new album (to be mixed by Fredrik Nordstrm), for a late spring release via the U.K.-based label Rising Records.

INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND is:

Erik Barath - Guitar
Tony Fabrizi - Guitar
Dennis Gergely - Vocals
Dennis Leeflang - Drums
Samuel J. Roon - Bass

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