YNGWIE MALMSTEEN To Guest On WVOX's 'Metal Mayhem'
WVOX's "Metal Mayhem" program will feature an exclusive interview with Swedish guitar legend Yngwie Malmsteen this Friday, November 7 at 8 p.m.
Listeners in the New York Area can tune in at 1460 AM and worldwide at WVOX.com.
Fan-filmed video footage of Yngwie Malmsteen's October 26, 2008 concert at the Blender Theater in New York City can be viewed below (clip uploaded by "chefwacks09").
"Perpetual Flame", the new album from Malmsteen, sold around 2,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Short audio samples of all 12 tracks that appear on "Perpetual Flame" can be found on the 7digital.com web site.
Released on October 14, the CD is the first-ever Yngwie effort to be issued via Rising Force Records (distributed via Koch) and it marks the debut of Malmsteen's new singer, ex-JUDAS PRIEST/ICED EARTH frontman Tim "Ripper" Owens.
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