THE RED CHORD, GOATWHORE Members To Guest On Tonight's 'Chaos'

September 16, 2007

Mike McKenzie of THE RED CHORD and Zack Simmons of GOATWHORE will be the featured guests on Indie 103.1 FM's specialty metal program "Chaos" tonight (Sunday, September 16) at 10:00 p.m. PST (1:00 a.m. EST Monday morning).

To listen to the show live via the Internet, go to this location.

As previously reported, Metal Injection, the extreme music video-on-demand web site, is currently hosting the video for Massachusetts metal outfit THE RED CHORD's song "Dread Prevailed" at this location (Note: The clip can also be viewed below). The video, directed by acclaimed director Dave Brodsky of MyGoodEye Studios (THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD, GWAR, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD),is based on a waking-dream that vocalist Guy Kozowyk had while driving to Canada at 3 in the morning. The song comes off the band's latest release, "Prey for Eyes", available on Metal Blade Records. The album was recorded at Trax East studio, a process which was highlighted in the band's "making-of" clips which can be seen on THE RED CHORD channel on Metal Injection. THE RED CHORD bassist Greg Weeks also pens a weekly advice column called "Ask Me, I'm Right" for Metal Injection.

THE RED CHORD's "Dread Prevailed" video:

(Thanks: Andrew / The Space Lord)

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