LILLIAN AXE: New Audio Interview Posted Online

October 3, 2007

The latest episode of "Talking Metal" features an interview host Mark Strigl conducted with Steve Blaze of LILLIAN AXE. The episode also features an interview Strigl and co-host John Ostronomy conducted with ROXBURY members Paris Bierk, W. Cody, The Mayor, and Corey. Topics include IRON MAIDEN, ODIN, RUSH, VAN HALEN, and MTV"Cribs". The 90-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.

LILLIAN AXE will support ALICE COOPER on four dates in October:

Oct. 20 - Alabama Theatre - Birmingham, AL
Oct. 21 - Saenger Theatre - Mobile, AL
Oct. 22 - Verizon Wireless Theatre - Houston, TX
Oct. 23 - Majestic Theatre - Dallas, TX

LILLIAN AXE's first new studio LP in nearly fifteen years (and first for the Metro City Records label),"Waters Rising" was released on July 17.

"This album has been conceptually in the works for years," Steve Blaze previously stated. "'Waters Rising' represents the boiling point factor, that life seems to be a tumultuous ride always on the brink of explosion. These recent times on this planet seem to be proving this point. However, in each individual is the point where you reconcile this within your spirit and peace takes over allowing you to cope more effectively. The songs on this record cover the different ways that we deal with this factor and the fact that everyone is trying to make sense of it."

Watch fan-filmed video footage of LILLIAN AXE performing the song "Dream of a Lifetime" on September 8, 2007 in West Springfield, VA:

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