SLIPKNOT, MACHINE HEAD, DANZIG Video Interviews Posted Online
San Antonio's longest-standing metal institution, "Robb's Metalworks", has just posted its two-hour September episode online. You can access it directly at this location. The episode, which is broken into four parts for either streaming or downloading, highlights the following material:
* Videos from OBITUARY and DEVILDRIVER
* Interview with SLIPKNOT bassist Paul Gray from the band's recent "Subliminal Verses Tour"
* Videos from AS I LAY DYING, BEHEMOTH and ALTER BRIDGE
* Interview with Glenn Danzig during the "Circle of Snakes Tour" of mid-2005
* Videos from DOPE
* Live footage of MACHINE HEAD at the San Antonio venue The White Rabbit performing "Imperium"
* Interview with Mark Tremonti and Scott Phillips of ALTER BRIDGE
* Interview with Phil Demmel and Dave McClain of MACHINE HEAD during their final tour in support of "Through the Ashes of Empires"
* Video from STRAPPING YOUNG LAD
* Continuation of MACHINE HEAD interview
* Interview and live footage of Houston-based manics FULL CIRCLE
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