RATT Interviewed On 'Turn It Up' Radio Show

The "Turn It Up" radio show conducted an interview with RATT members Carlos Cavazo (guitar), Warren DeMartini (guitar) and Robbie Crane (bass) prior to the band's August 7, 2009 in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. The chat is now available for streaming and or download at this location. it can also be heard using the audio played below.

RATT will return to the studio in late August to resume recording its first studio release in 10 years. The CD is being produced by Michael "Elvis" Baskette, whose credits include PUDDLE OF MUDD, CHEVELLE, SALIVA, LIMP BIZKIT, ALTER BRIDGE and THREE DAYS GRACE, to name a few.

RATT was scheduled to spend a month or so recording the new album in Mathews, Virginia — the first time the band has stepped outside of Los Angeles to track a new CD in 20-plus years. An early 2010 release via Loud & Proud/Roadrunner Records is expected.

RATT and EXTREME recently teamed up to bring you this summer's most rockin' tour lineup. The tour, which features sets from both bands with RATT closing, kicked off on July 12 in Amarillo, Texas and wrapped on August 7 in Hampton Beach. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of their landmark debut "Out Of The Cellar", RATT played the album in its entirety.

Over the past two years, RATT has toured the world in support of their releases "Tell The World - The Very Best Of Ratt" and their first-ever DVD, "Videos from the Cellar - The Atlantic Years". During this time, the current lineup of Stephen Pearcy, Warren DeMartini, Bobby Blotzer, Robbie Crane and Carlos Cavazo played shows in Australia, Colombia and Peru for the first time in their careers.

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