POISONBLACK Drummer To Host Finnish Radio Show
POISONBLACK drummer Tarmo Kanerva will host his own radio show on the Finnish station Radio Mega every Saturday between 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. starting on October 3. Tarmo will present new rock music, broadcast interviews and offer news related to bands that are based in Northern Finland.
POISONBLACK — which features in its ranks former SENTENCED frontman Ville Laihiala — entered the studio in August with producer Hiili Hiilesmaa (HIM, SENTENCED, AMORPHIS, ENSIFERUM) to begin recording its new album for an early 2010 release. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "My Sun Shines Black", "Down The Drain", "The Last Song", "Buried Alive" and "Penaaliseppo".
"A Dead Heavy Day", the latest album from POISONBLACK entered the Finnish chart at position No. 6. The effort was made available as standard CD, LP plus bonus CD as well as limited-edition CD plus bonus DVD containing a "Making Of A Dead Heavy Day", the video for the single "Rush" (taken from the band's 2006 effort "Lust-Stained Despair"), and seven songs filmed at an exclusive semi-acoustic gig at Radio Mega in the band's hometown of Oulu.
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