THE STEVE GRIMMETT BAND Interviewed At UK's ROCK OF AGES; Video Available

THE STEVE GRIMMETT BAND, the UK-based group led by former GRIM REAPER/ONSLAUGHT singer Steve Grimmett, was interviewed by "Angel Of Metal" at the Rock Of Ages Fest 2008, a charity event in aid of cancer research which was held on September 6-7 at The Asylum in Birmingham, England. Watch the chat below.

THE STEVE GRIMMETT BAND released its debut album, "Personal Crisis", in October 2007 via Metal Heaven. This new outfit features Grimmett's former LIONSHEART bandmate Ian Nash on guitar, Pete Newdeck (PAUL DI'ANNO, THE SHOCK) on drums and Ritchie Walker on bass. The record was produced by Pete Newdeck with Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69) and features several guest guest musicians, including Eric Ragno (keyboards; JEFF SCOTT SOTO), Bob Daisley (bass; OZZY OSBOURNE, RAINBOW), Carsten Schulz (EVIDENCE ONE) and Tony Mills (SHY, TNT).

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