SKARHEAD Frontman Interviewed By MOSH ARMY TV

Ajdin Jasarevic of Mosh Army TV conducted an interview with New York hardcore legend Lord Ezec (a.k.a. Danny Diablo) after the last show of the European leg of SKARHEAD's "World Domination" tour on March 28, 2010 at the Innocent club in Hengelo, The Netherlands. Danny Diablo talks about the tour, his son Dillinger Moses Singer, how he got sick eating space cake one week earlier just before playing at the Mosh Meeting festival in The Netherlands, DMS crew, his many projects and activities and more. The live footage used during this interview was filmed at the Mosh Meeting 2010 for MATV.

SKARHEAD's latest album, "Drugs, Music & Sex", was released on November 17, 2009 in the U.S. and November 23, 2009 in Europe via I Scream Records. The CD was recorded and mixed by Dean Baltulonis (SICK OF IT ALL, MADBALL, AGNOSTIC FRONT) and produced by Lord Ezec. The album features guest appearances by some of the hardcore elite, including Freddy Cricien (MADBALL), CIV, Jorge Rosado (MERAUDER), Jamey Jasta (HATEBREED), Armand Majidi and Craig Setari (SICK OF IT ALL), Vinnie Stigma (AGNOSTIC FRONT) and more.

Founded in 1995 by Lord Ezec, SKARHEAD released the EP "Drugs, Money, Sex" that same year. In 1999 the follow-up album, "Kings At Crime", took the worldwide hardcore scene by storm and instantaneously became one of the all-time classic hardcore records.

Today, 11 years after the release of "Kings At Crime", Lord Ezec is back as frontman of the world's most infamous hardcore bands.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/skarheadmusic.

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