June 1, 2010

Former TROUBLE drummer and current RETRO GRAVE mainman Jeff "Oly" Olson will be interviewed by DJ Sovereign on Metal Messiah Radio tomorrow (Wednesday, June 2) at 6 p.m. Eastern.

To listen to the program live via the Internet, go to

RETRO GRAVE's debut full-length album, "Again", was released on February 9.

Olson composed all the music for "Again" with lyricist Paull Goodchild.

Olson previously stated about the CD: "I released this album initially as a download only last year, but I've since made some changes by adding another player to the mix (Michael Leonard Maiewski) with an additional song. In addition, I felt the need to change the artwork due to cover similarities of writer and comedian David Sedaris's latest book, 'When You Are Engulfed in Flames'. Sedaris's cover was also of Van Gogh's 'Smoking Skull', so I scrapped it and came up with something else. I suppose this is why it's called 'Again'. Moreover, I had determined that I wanted something different (musically) for the future of RETRO GRAVE and, therefore, Mike Schermuly and J. Cortes are now departed. I wish them well in their future projects. They are great guys and I appreciate their contributions to the record. Right now, I'm currently writing for my sophomore album, 'Skullduggery', with future collaborations and cameos to be disclosed in the very near future."

"Again" track listing:

01. Intro
02. Monstah
03 Lie Quickly Down
04. Mind March
05. Liar
06. Dead Ol Harp
07. Belly Crawl
08. Bad Train
09. So So Souls
10. Doldrums
11. Abomination
12. Entropy

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