RIGOR MORTIS Bassist Interviewed On 'Japan Nick's Rock And Metal Pandemonium' (Audio)

Japan Nick of "Japan Nick's Rock And Metal Pandemonium", which airs on the Upper Montclair, New Jersey radio station 90.3 WMSC, recently conducted an interview with bassist/vocalist Casey Orr of Texan thrashers RIGOR MORTIS. You can now listen to the chat using the SoundCloud player below.

RIGOR MORTIS earlier in the year entered the studio to record its first new tracks in 20 years. The band laid down two new songs with longtime friend and producer Kerry Crafton (who previously worked with the group on 1991's "Vs. The Earth") and was planning to use the recording to procure a new record deal.

The return of RIGOR MORTIS has been a long time coming. Though the band has reunited for a handful of shows over the last several years, schedules and personal lives just wouldn't allow for the time and commitment necessary for the band to properly reemerge with new material and a determination to take RIGOR to the next level.


Mike Scaccia - Guitar
Casey Orr - Bass/Vocals
Harden Harrison - Drums
Bruce Corbitt - Vocals


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