SALEM Interview To Air Tomorrow
Israeli Internet portal Tapuz will broadcast a live interview with death/black metallers SALEM on Wednesday, May 19 at 6:00 p.m. CET (7:00 p.m. Israeli time). The band will discuss their relationship BURZUM's Varg Vikernes and MAYHEM's Euronymous and will answer fans' questions. Fans can send interview questions to [email protected] (please provide your name and location). Full details are available on www.metalist.co.il.
As previously reported, SALEM will be joined by special guest Nergal of the Polish metal band BEHEMOTH during their appearance at the City Hall club in Haifa on May 24 (Independence day of Israel). Nergal and SALEM will perform material from both groups as well as special cover versions of songs from other artists during the gig, which is being organized by Metalist Productions. Support will come ARMILOS, who will celebrate the release of their first EP, "Race Of Lies".
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