DISFEAR/AT THE GATES Frontman TOMAS LINDBERG Interviewed; Video Available
Vassilis Mazaris and Elena Mihailidou of Metalzone.gr conducted an interview with vocalist Tomas Lindberg of DISFEAR and AT THE GATES on November 14, 2008 when DISFEAR made its live debut in Athens, Greece. Watch the 16-minute chat below.
DISFEAR's latest album, "Live the Storm", was released on January 22 in North America (January 28 internationally) via Relapse Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Misanthropic Generation" was recorded with CONVERGE guitarist Kurt Ballou at his Godcity Studios in Salem, MA and includes 10 all new songs from the band. Drummer Marcus Andersson said of the album: "The making of 'Live the Storm' has been a long time coming, but the long wait has not been in vain. The new album is probably the best we've ever accomplished and the production turned out exactly as awesome as you'd expect from a genius like Kurt. Working with Kurt was really easy and fun and his knowledge of extreme music really helped during the recording process."
DISFEAR live in Athens on November 14, 2008:
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