KILLSWITCH ENGAGE: Video Interview Available

Full Metal Jackie of Metal Edge TV conducted an interview with KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz and bassist Mike D'Antonio at the end of 2007 during the band's tour with LAMB OF GOD, DEVILDRIVER and SOILWORK. Watch the three-minute chat below (Note: KILLSWITCH's "Holy Diver" video is also included).

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE is expected to spend most of the rest of 2008 writing and recording material for its new album, tentatively due early next year via Roadrunner Records.

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's sophomore Roadrunner release, "The End of Heartache", was certified gold by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) last November for shipments in excess of 500,000 copies . Featuring breakthrough radio hits "Rose of Sharyn" and the Grammy-nominated "The End of Heartache", the album was released on May 11, 2004 and experienced a steady rise to gold status. The album was hailed as "a stunning collection retaining much of their signature musical brutality but teasing with electric hooks, strategic use of silence" by Rolling Stone and organically received a mass of critical acclaim.


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