August 27, 2010

Rock Edition recently conducted an interview with Louisiana rockers LILLIAN AXE. You can now watch the chat below.

Former METAL CHURCH vocalist Ronny Munroe joined LILLIAN AXE in July as a full-time member, replacing departing singer Derrick LeFevre.

LILLIAN AXE's tenth album, "Deep Red Shadows", was released on July 20 via Love & War Records. The CD was recorded at Sound Landing Studios in Covington, Louisiana and was produced by guitarist Steve Blaze, mixed by Rob Hovey and mastered by Ty Tabor of KING'S X. The song "47 Ways To Die" was mixed by Sylvia Massy, who is best known for her work with TOOL, GREEN JELLY, POWERMAN 5000 and RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS. Tabor is the special guest on the song "The Quenching Of Human Life", adding an "amazing" guitar solo to the track.

Ash Sivils, who created the artwork for LILLIAN AXE's last CD, 2009's "Sad Day On Planet Earth", was responsible for designing the new album cover.


Ronny Munroe - Vocals
Steve Blaze - Guitar/Vocals
Sam Poitevent - Guitar/Vocals
Eric Morris - Bass
Ken Koudelka - Drums

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