Former ANTHRAX Vocalist NEIL TURBIN Interviewed
On June 29, Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with former ANTHRAX and current DEATHRIDERS vocalist Neil Turbin. You can listen to the chat in three parts below.
DEATHRIDERS in 2008 posted a rough-mix version of a new song, "Riders Of The Apocalypse", on the group's MySpace page. The track comes off DEATHRIDERS' forthcoming album, "Back With A Vengeance", which was being recorded and mixed in part by Ken Orth at Alpine Sound in Mesa, Arizona.
DEATHRIDERS has already performed "Riders Of The Apocalypse" live at festivals and concerts in Europe, Japan and the U.S. The track features the kick-ass guitars of Sweden's Jonas Hornqvist of the band TREASURE LAND in collaboration with DEATHRIDERS guitarists Dave Watson and Mike Guerrero.
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