SICK DRUMMER Introduces Digital Video Magazine

Sick Drummer Magazine, which brought you the first drum magazine devoted to extreme drumming, the first interactive drum magazine and interactive advertisements within a digital drum magazine, now presents its digital video magazine.

The YouTube video (see below) of Sick Drummer Magazine issue #17 holds all the content from the actual issue, exclusive video from ANIMALS AS LEADERS, VADER, CRADLE OF FILTH and a video lesson from Alex Micklewright on single-foot blasting. This issue also contains audio tracks from ANIMALS AS LEADERS and SEPTICFLESH, as well as introduces a brand new way for us to engage our readers using motion enhancements over static advertisements.

Issue 17 includes interviews with:

* Thomas Lang
* Chris Pernia of PESSIMIST
* Daniel Davison of UNDEROATH
* John Luke Hebert of ARMS OF THE SUN
* Martin Jovanovic of BELPHEGOR
* Martin "Marthus" Å karoupka of CRADLE OF FILTH (with exclusive video)
* Pawel "Paul" Jaroszewicz of VADER (with exclusive video)
* NILE's founding drummer Pete Hammoura
* Jimmy "Pokey" Mo of AGNOSTIC FRONT
* Tommy Clufetos of OZZY OSBOURNE
* Rick of NECRONOMICON
* Kyle Severn of INCANTATION/ACHERON

This issue also features Jason Netherton of MISERY INDEX talking about all the incredible drummers he has played with, and an introduction to columnist Charlie Silva, a recent graduate of the Berklee College Of Music.

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