WARRANT Interviewed On Minnesota TV; Video Available

WARRANT guitarist Erik Turner and vocalist Jaime St. James (also in BLACK 'N BLUE) were interviewed live on CBS 12 KEYC in Mankato, Minnesota ahead of the band's Dec. 30 appearance at the Buster's bar in Mankato. Watch the interview online at this location.

Cleopatra Records will release WARRANT's "Born Again" DVD on March 13, 2007. The disc is expected to feature videos for each track from the band's latest CD, "Born Again", plus "devilishly sinful behind-the-scenes footage, illuminating in-studio interviews plus the evolution of Delvis, the band's new mascot!"

"Born Again" DVD track listing:

01. Devil's Juice
02. Dirty Jack
03. Bourbon Country Line
04. Hell, CA
05. Angels
06. Love Strikes Like Lightning
07. Glimmer
08. Roller Coaster
09. Down In Diamonds
10. Velvet Noose
11. Roxy
12. Good Times

Bonus features:

* Mini Monster - Tour Diary
* In The Studio with Warrant
* Photo Gallery - The Devolution of Delvis
* Live Shots

As previously reported, WARRANT's video for the track "Bourbon County Line" has been posted online at this location. The song comes off the band's new album, "Born Again", available now on Deadline Music. This long-awaited collection — the group's first since the addition of Jaime St. James — features the band's first new material in nearly 10 years, including thirteen blistering solid rock tracks produced by Pat Regan, who has worked with KISS, DEEP PURPLE and MR. BIG, just to name a few.


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