A video interview with Orange Country's ATREYU has been posted online at Blender.com. Check out the interview in two parts: Part 1 (Ozzfest vs. Bruce Dickinson, unleashing the new material, covering BON JOVI and more), Part 2 (the bus, the fans, the tattoos, the spin kicks, the injuries, the bags of poop).
As previously reported, ATREYU's video for "Ex's and Oh's" is available for viewing at AOL Music. The clip was shot with director Jay Martin (JACK'S MANNEQUIN, THRICE).
"Ex's and Oh's", has been made available for streaming at this location. The song comes off the group's upcoming third album, "A Deathgrip on Yesterday", due on March 28 via Victory Records. The follow-up to 2004's "The Curse" was produced by Josh Abraham (STAIND, COAL CHAMBER) and is a mere nine songs long.
ATREYU have secured one of the non-rotating slots on the second stage of this year's Ozzfest, which is scheduled to kick off July 1 in San Francisco, California.
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