RAMMSTEIN: New Audio Interview With RICHARD Z. KRUSPE Posted Online

The latest episode of "Talking Metal" features an interview host John Ostronomy conducted with Richard Z. Kruspe of EMIGRATE and RAMMSTEIN. The podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.

Fuse, the national music television network, will begin airing new episodes of "Talking Metal on Fuse" of February 22. Hosted by Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy — the ultimate metal geeks and hard rock aficionados — the show provides a unique perspective and insider's view into the world of metal and hard rock music. Guests include Ozzy Osbourne, SLAYER's Kerry King, VELVET REVOLVER's Slash, HELLYEAH's Vinnie Paul, GOD FORBID vocalist Byron Davis, former ICED EARTH/DEATH drummer Richard Christy, and HALFORD/SEBASTIAN BACH guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak.


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