THOR: New Album Premiere Available

TalkingMetal.com has posted episode 78 of their "Talking Metal" podcast. In this third and final installment of their "Canada Rocks" series, host Mark Strigl is joined via telephone by Spinerazor recording artist CJ SLEEZ. Interview topics include her new album, "Back from the Brink", songwriting and touring with her brand new band, and the day she spent with the ROLLING STONES. Co-host John Ostronomy and Strigl also premiere the title track from THOR's new album, "Devastation of Musculation". Additional podcast topics include Axl Rose, GUNS N' ROSES, Sebastian Bach, "Metal" Mike Chlasciak, Casey Chaos, AMEN, and SCUM. Pictures of CJ Sleez as well as the 30-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.

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