KITTIE Interviewed On 'Mars Attacks' Podcast

Episode 9 of the "Mars Attacks" podcast (web site) contains two separate interviews host Victor M. Ruiz conducted with members of Canadian all-girl metal band KITTIE. The first half of the episode consists of an interview conducted with bassist Ivy Vujic and guitarist Tara McLeod at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York City. The second half features a phone interview conducted with drummer Mercedes Lander. Items discussed include the tour that kicks off this weekend with INSANE CLOWN POSSE, what it was like to be asked to tour with PANTERA, along with various other touring experiences.

You can stream the podcast using the audio player below.

KITTIE filmed a video for the song "Die My Darling" this past Tuesday, May 4. The clip was helmed by veteran Canadian director John Barber.

"We had the most fun we have ever had filming this video," stated KITTIE guitarist/vocalist Morgan Lander. "There are cars babes and beatings involved, and it is unlike anything we have ever done before. We can't wait for everyone to see it!"

Behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot can be viewed below.

"Die My Darling" comes off KITTIE's latest album, "In The Black", which sold around 3,400 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 132 on The Billboard 200 chart.

KITTIE's previous CD, "Funeral for Yesterday", opened with 9,000 units back in February 2007 to land at No. 101.

"In The Black" was made available in Europe on October 23, 2009 via Germany's Massacre Records.

KITTIE will support INSANE CLOWN POSSE on a U.S. tour in May/June. Also scheduled to appear on the bill are COOLIO, NECRO and KOTTONMOUTH KINGS.


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