INVITRO: New Audio Interview Available

Joe's Podhole recently conducted an interview with the band INVITRO — featuring Mikey Doling of SNOT and SOULFLY fame — about the group's new album, "When I Was a Planet". During the interview, which was recorded in the dressing room at Chicago's House Of Blues, Joe and Paul The Neighbor try to dig deep and find out exactly what makes this rag-tag group of musical geniuses tick. What really makes the show interesting is the fact that the room was packed with members of the bandmembers' families! Moms, dads, uncles, aunts and siblings were all in attendance.

The audio interview can be downloaded at this location.

INVITRO has been leaving audiences stunned with its energetic live shows and quirky tin-foil costumes on tours with SEVENDUST, STATIC-X, HELLYEAH and Family Values.

Watch INVITRO's "When I Was a Planet" video:


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