MEGADETH Guitarist Interviewed On Toronto Radio: Audio Available

MEGADETH guitarist Glen Drover (also in EIDOLON) was a guest on "The Kim Mitchell Show" on Toronto's classic rock station Q107 on Friday, February 3. Glen was interviewed and he performed a snippet from one of Mitchell's classic solo tracks — "Rocklandwonderland" (from 1989's "Wonderland" album). Download the audio of the interview at this location (MP3, 5.3 MB).

As previously reported, Kim Mitchell appears on EIDOLON's forthcoming album, "The Parallel Otherworld", which is due out through Escapi later this year. There are a number of other guest guitar players on the album, including Frank Aresti (FATES WARNING), Chris Caffery (SAVATAGE, TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA), MERCYFUL FATE/FORCE OF EVIL legends Hank Shermann and Michael Denner (on the cover of MERCYFUL FATE's classic "The Oath"), Michael Romeo (SYMPHONY X) and Robert MacDonald.


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