March 11, 2008

David Priest and Christine Herb of conducted interviews with NEVERMORE's Jeff Loomis, KING's X's Doug Pinnick, WHITE LION's Troy Pattrick Farrell, SLIPKNOT's Mick Thomson, OPIATE FOR THE MASSES' Ron Underwood and LAMB OF GOD's Chris Adler during this year's NAMM show (National Association of Music Merchants),which took place January 17-20 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.

A posting on the site reads: "This year's winter NAMM show presented many interesting facets of the industry including the unveiling of the Randy Rhoads signature Marshall amp, a number of exceptional clinics, live perfomances and celebrity signings as well as all the latest tecnologies being offered. It was great to hang out with so many different people in this ever amazing industry and we were even able to catch up with a few of our favorite musicians to get the latest info on what's going on in their corner of the world. Despite all the walking and crowds, standing in line and waiting around this was definitely one of the bigest and most enjoyable parties of the year."

Watch the 29-minute report below.

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