KROKUS: Video Interview With MARK KOHLER Available
Rhythm guitarist Mark "Koki" Kohler of the reunited Swiss rockers KROKUS was interviewed last July by Peter Waelti of the KROKUS Globe Club For Clan & Fan. You can now watch the chat at this location (Quicktime required). It can also be seen below.
KROKUS — Marc Storace (vocals), Fernando Von Arb (guitar), Chris Von Rohr (bass), Freddy Steady (drums) and Mark Kohler (rhythm guitar) — played its only concert of 2008 on August 2 at the Stade De Suisse stadium in Bern, Switzerland.
Photos of the show are available at Metapics.ch.
KROKUS is now working on its comeback album, tentatively due mid-2009.
The classic KROKUS lineup reunited for an appearance on November 18, 2007 on a TV show honoring the greatest Swiss songs of all time. The "Die grössten Schweizer Hits" program featured KROKUS performing a medley of the tracks "Tokyo Nights", "Bedside Radio" and "Heatstrokes".
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