ROBERT FLYNN, MAX CAVALERA, MATT HEAFY Co-Host BBC Radio 1's 'Rock Show': Audio Available

MACHINE HEAD's Robert Flynn, SOULFLY's Max Cavalera and TRIVIUM's Matt Heafy recently co-presented the BBC Radio 1 "Rock Show" with regular host Mike Davies. Listen to a replay of the program at this location.

Flynn, Cavalera and Heafy are among the artists that were involved with the making of the ROADRUNNER UNITED "The All-Star Sessions" CD, a collection of original tracks that are collaborations between numerous Roadrunner Records stars.

Four central musicians were originally chosen to produce and write the songs: Joey Jordison (SLIPKNOT), Dino Cazares (ex-FEAR FACTORY/BRUJERIA), Flynn and Heafy. These four musicians play on the songs they have written and have also assembled a unique team of artists to appear on each track. In order to cover as wide a spectrum as possible, no musician has played for more than one writer/producer and each song features a different vocalist.

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