HEAVEN AND HELL Drummer VINNY APPICE: New Audio Interview Available
September 18, 2007
TheRighttoRock.com has has issued its latest podcast (episode #29),featuring legendary heavy metal drummer Vinny Appice. Vinny discusses the reformation of the Ronnie James Dio-era lineup of BLACK SABBATH under the name HEAVEN AND HELL as well as his latest project 3 LEGGED DOG. Vinny offers a candid look at his illustrious career and as well as his most "Spinal Tap" moment. The interview lasts approximately 30 minutes and can be heard at this location.
HEAVEN AND HELL's "Live At Radio City Music Hall" DVD has been certified gold in the United States for sales in excess of 25,000 copies. The accompanying two-disc CD set, which also came out on August 28, is available for streaming in its entirety at MP3.com.
As previously reported, the "Live At Radio City Music Hall" two-disc CD set and DVD has registered the following first-week chart positions:
Germany #18 (Media Control Chart) UK: #22 (Rock & Metal Album Chart) Greece: #27 Switzerland: #77 (Media Control Chart)
Four preview clips from the "Live At Radio City Music Hall" DVD are available for viewing at the Clear Channel Music web site. Check out the songs "Falling off the Edge Of the World", "Shadow of the Wind", "Die Young" and "Heaven and Hell" at this location.
HEAVEN AND HELL's "Live From Radio City Music Hall" is available at regular retail outlets both as a two-disc CD set and as a DVD for a suggested list price of $19.98 and $19.99 respectively.
"Live From Radio City Music Hall" captures the band bashing its way through some of the Dio era's best including "Mob Rules", "Die Young", "Neon Knights", "Children Of The Sea" and an epic 15-minute-plus version of "Heaven And Hell". The quartet also performed a pair of new songs — the hit single "The Devil Cried" and "Shadow Of The Wind". Both songs debuted earlier this year on "Black Sabbath: The Dio Years" (Rhino/Warner Bros. Records),the first comprehensive introduction to the Dio era's legacy. The DVD includes the entire show shot in breathtaking HD as well as a tour documentary and other bonus footage.
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