MOWER: New Video Interview Available

December 27, 2007

San Diego-based metal band MOWER was recently interviewed by prior to the group's performance in Cleveland. Watch the eight-minute chat below.

MOWER is touring in support of its sophomore album, "Not For You", which was produced by INVITRO guitarist Mikey Doling. The CD's lead single, "Road Rage", earlier in the year became one of the most requested tracks on Sirius Satellite Radio's Hard Attack with Jose Mangin, where the track routinely charted each week alongside bands like DOWN, AS I LAY DYING, MACHINE HEAD, DEVILDRIVER and MEGADETH.

The video for "Road Rage" was directed by Dale Resteghini (HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL).

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