ANGER AS ART/ABATTOIR frontman Steve Gaines was interviewed on the latest edition of Metal Rules! Radio. You can now listen to the program using the audio player below.
ANGER AS ART's February 21, 2010 concert at the Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California was professionally filmed with four cameras. The band says, "As we watch the raw footage over the next few days, we will determine the feasibility of putting together a docu-concert DVD — the show, recording the album, and a brief history."
ANGER AS ART's third album, "Disfigure", was released last November via Old School Metal Records. The bulk of the tracking was done at Trench Studio in Corona, California with John Haddad, while the vocals and "extra stuff" was overseen by Chris Trent at CT Audio.
ANGER AS ART's current lineup:
Steve Gaines - vocals, guitar
Angelo Espino - bass guitar
Rob Alaniz - drums
Daniel Oliverio - guitar, vocals
ANGER AS ART's sophomore album, "Callous and Furor", came out on October 31, 2006 via Old School Metal Records.
Metal Rules! Radio (formerly Metal Rules! Magazine) is going on an indefinite hiatus as it revamps its current lineup and format.
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