WARBEAST Guitarist Interviewed On 'Japan Nick's Rock And Metal Pandemonium' (Audio)
Nick Perkel of "Japan Nick's Rock And Metal Pandemonium" show, which airs on the WMSC 90.3 radio station in Upper Montclair, New Jersey, recently conducted an interview with guitarist Scott Shelby of Texas metallers WARBEAST (formerly TEXAS METAL ALLIANCE) and GAMMACIDE. You can now listen to the chat using the SoundCloud player below.
WARBEAST last year parted ways with guitarist Rick Perry and replaced him with Bobby Tillotson (a.k.a. "J.R." ).
The band's debut album, "Krush The Enemy", was released on April 27, 2010 via Philip Anselmo's (DOWN, PANTERA) Housecore Records. The record features ten tracks covering a wide range of metal terrain aimed squarely at the neck-snapping headbanger in the front row.
WARBEAST features RIGOR MORTIS vocalist Bruce Corbitt, Shelby, GAMMACIDE/DEVILFIST bassist Alan Bovee and DEMONSEED drummer Joe Gonzalez.
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