Drummer John Longstreth of the Kansas-based death metallers ORIGIN will take part a live phone interview with Fat Jake next Monday, April 21 at 8:00 p.m. CST on 88.5 FM WIPZ.
If you live outside the Kenosha, Wisconsin broadcast area, you can listen to the program online at www.wipzradio.com. You can also submit questions by sending them to [email protected] and including "Questions for John" in the subject line.
ORIGIN shot the first video for its brand new album, "Antithesis", last month in Brooklyn, New York. The clip for the track "Finite" was lensed by David Brodsky for MyGoodEye.
ORIGIN will embark on a headlining tour of Europe in May. Support on the shows will come from IMPALED and HOUR OF PENANCE.
The follow-up to 2005's "Echoes of Decimation", "Antithesis" brings what is widely considered to be the band's strongest lineup back together:
Paul Ryan - Guitar, Vocals
Jeremy Turner - Guitars, Vocals
James Lee - Vocals
Mike Flores - Bass, Vocals
John Longstreth - Drums
"Antithesis" was engineered by Rob Rebeck at Chapman Studios and was mastered by Scott Hull at Visceral Sound.
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