Trevor Phipps (vocals) and Derek Kerswill (drums) of the Massachusetts metallers UNEARTH were the featured guests on this past Friday's (September 19) edition of the "Rockers" radio show (hosted by Spike and Gordon) on the Philadelphia radio station WYSP. A good portion of the discussion focused on the latest METALLICA album, "Death Magnetic", and how it compares to METALLICA's previous output, particularly "St. Anger", "Load", "Reload" and the "black album."
You can listen to the interview in its entirety at this location.
UNEARTH's headlining tour will kick off on October 1 in Baltimore, Maryland. The scheduled four-week, 26-city tour will feature support from PROTEST THE HERO, THE ACACIA STRAIN, WHITECHAPEL and GWEN STACY.
A brand new UNEARTH song, "My Will Be Done", is available for streaming at this location. The track comes off the Massachusetts metallers' new album, "The March", which is scheduled for release on October 14 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded at Massachusetts' System Recording and Zing studios with producer Adam Dutkiewicz (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) and is said feature UNEARTH's "most dynamic material to date," combining strong tension and release, abundant guitar solos and a bulldozing power-groove.
"The March" track listing:
01. My Will Be Done
02. Hail the Shrine
03. Crow Killer
04. Grave of Opportunity
05. We Are Not Anonymous
06. The March
08. The Chosen
09. Letting Go
10. Truth or Consequence
Commented UNEARTH frontman Trevor Phipps: "'The March' symbolizes both the evil and hopeful sides of humanity. The Evil: With the constant balancing act of power within government, religion and our financial institutions, there lies the chance of those most hungry for power to alter and restrict our freedoms for their gain. The Hopeful: This represents the faith in mankind as the most powerful force on the planet. If we come together and do not fight over religion, class and borders then we hold the key to a peaceful world. There are two possible futures in store; either a March of power and greed or a March of a unified human race."