QUEENSRŸCHE: GEOFF TATE And CHRIS DEGARMO Audio Interview Posted Online

The latest episode of "Talking Metal" is a QUEENSRŸCHE special that features an interview host Mark Strigl conducted with Geoff Tate and Chris DeGarmo. Topics include QUEENSRŸCHE's new track "Justified", the "Sign Of the Times" two-CD best-of collection, Tate's pre-QUEENSRŸCHE band MYTH, the "Rage For Order" album, "MTV Unplugged", the "Operation: Mindcrime" screenplay, Jerry Cantrell, SPYS 4 DARWIN, BLACK SABBATH and ALICE COOPER. The episode also includes a short interview Strigl conducted with GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal where Thal speaks about the Locobazooka concert on September 9 in Mansfield, MA. Additional podcasts topics covered by Strigl and co-host John Ostronomy include VAN HALEN, KISS and a HEAVEN AND HELL/Locobazooka ticket giveaway. The podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.

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