KILLING JOKE Book Excerpt Available Online
An excerpt from an extensive interview with KILLING JOKE frontman Jaz Coleman is now available online at www.myspace.com/gaustenbooks. Music writer Joel Gausten will include the full version of the interview as part of his upcoming book, titled "Albums that (Should've) Changed the World". In addition to featuring exclusive interviews with past/present members of BLACK SABBATH, AEROSMITH, PRONG, KISS, PLASMATICS, SAMHAIN, RAMONES and many others, the book will include a full chapter devoted to KILLING JOKE's 1990 album "Extremities, Dirt & Various Repressed Emotions". The chapter will also include exclusive commentary from former KILLING JOKE members Paul Raven, Ted Parsons and Troy Gregory.
Joel Gausten is the former managing editor of Liner Notes magazine. A longtime musician, he has worked with a number of artists including PIGFACE and ELECTRIC FRANKENSTEIN. "Albums that (Should've) Changed the World" is slated for an August 2007 release.
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