ANNIHILATOR Mainman Talks To Members of ACCEPT, FOZZY, EXCITER: Audio Available

ANNIHILATOR mainman Jeff Waters hosted a two-hour metal marathon on Ottawa, Canada's "Meltdown" on CKCU radio Monday night (November 7). During the show, Waters took calls from Wolf Hoffman (ACCEPT), Chris Jericho (FOZZY) and Dan Beehler (EXCITER). Download an audio file containing the entire broadcast at this location.

ANNIHILATOR's eleventh studio album, "Schizo Deluxe", is being released in North America today (Nov. 8) via Locomotive/Warner. The CD was issued in Japan on October 21 via Marquee Inc.

"Schizo Deluxe" is the follow-up to 2004's "All for You", which marked the recording debut with the group of new singer Dave Padden following the departure of previous vocalist Joe Comeau (ex-OVERKILL, LIEGE LORD) in June 2003.

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