CANDIRIA: New Video Interview Posted Online

August 20, 2009

Metal Injection sat down with Carley Coma (vocals) and John Lamacchia (guitar) of Brooklyn metal pioneers CANDIRIA for an in-depth interview discussing the band's legacy, their breakup and their future. The group stated that, for the time being, they are just a studio project, but are open to playing select shows. Watch the chat below.

CANDIRIA recently posted a track off its four-volume set of rarities and remixes, "Toying With The Insanities", on the band's MySpace page.

The remixed version of "Faction" is now available for streaming, and will be available on the first volume of the set, to be released with "Volume Two" on September 9 through Rising Pulse Records.

"Toying With The Insanities" features remixed songs from CANDIRIA's first three albums. The band brought on special guest remixers to help out with the project. "Faction" was taken from the band's 1997 release, "Beyond Reasonable Doubt", and was remixed by fellow New Yorker, and industrial/techno experimentalist, Edgey.

"Volumes One" and "Two" of the upcoming set, "Toying With The Insanities", will be released on Rising Pulse Records on September 9. Both volumes will be released on all major digital platforms (iTunes, Amazon, etc.),while "Volume One" will have a limited press of 1,000 CDs, and "Volume 2" will be packaged into 500 LPs.

Each volume contains remixed tracks from CANDIRIA's first three albums, which were put together by special guest remixers from bands such as THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, DALEK, KAYO DOT, FISHBONE and more.

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