INTERFACE: Audio Sample Featuring New Vocalist Posted Online

August 9, 2005

INTERFACE, the Connecticut-based band featuring original FATES WARNING drummer Steve Zimmerman, have posted an audio clip of a new song, entitled "Holding On", at their official web site, The track is the first recording to feature new singer Kevin Flowers, who recently joined the group after relocating to the East Coast from Phoenix, Arizona.

INTERFACE, whose lineup is completed by former members of Zimmerman's previous group, MILLENNIUM X (Tom Blardo on guitars/vocals and Brian Doyle on bass),along with guitarist Steve Bertrand from Zimmerman's previous band ELEVENTH HOUR, are currently seeking a record deal.

Zimmerman appeared on FATES WARNING's first three studio albums: 1984's "Night on Brocken", 1985's "The Spectre Within" and 1986's "Awaken the Guardian".

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