VENOM Frontman Talks About New Line-Up In Italy's Rock Hard Magazine

British black metal pioneers VENOM are featured in the latest issue of Italy's Rock Hard magazine, according to a posting on the band's web site. In the accompanying article, VENOM mainman Conrad "Cronos" Lant "enlightens everyone about his involvement with Dave Grohl and the PROBOT album, as well as talking about the new VENOM line-up and their plans for 2004." A scan of the article (in Italian) can be viewed at this location (PDF format).

As previously reported, the current incarnation of VENOM — which is completed by drummer Antton and latest addition, guitarist Mykus — are still hard at work in the studio recording the demos for the new album, tentatively due later in the year through an as-yet-undetermined label. A photo of the new lineup can be viewed at this location.


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