MELECHESH Guitarist Featured On Cooking Show

Moloch, guitar player for Sumerian black/thrash kings MELECHESH, recently took part in a cooking show on iFood.tv

Commented Moloch: "You end up doing many weird things when you play in a metal band, and being part of a cooking show is definitively one of them. In any case, I decided to go for it because I enjoy cooking, and the show was being filmed in Richmond, which is pretty close to where i live. The dish I prepared (msakhan) is a typical near-Eastern dish, but my recipe is a user-friendly version. Is it metal? I don't know. Does it taste good? Fuck yes!"

Check it out in two parts:

* Part 1
* Part 2

In other news, after almost half a decade of research, Moloch recently received his Doctorate (PHD) in Political Science from the University Of Virginia and will leave the country to return to his origin, Jerusalem.

MELECHESH's 1996 debut album, "As Jerusalem Burns ... Al'Intisar", was recently made available on digital format (iTunes and others) for the first time since its release.

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