Japan's Metal Moment podcast has uploaded an interview with guitarist Dave Rude of the California rock band TESLA. Listen to the podcast at this location.
A new TESLA track entitled "So What" is available for streaming at this location. The song comes off the California rockers' seventh studio album, "Forever More" which is scheduled for release on on October 7 on Tesla Electric Company Recordings. The European version of the CD, which will be made available on November 7 via Frontiers Records, will contain two bonus tracks not found on the American version.
"Forever More" track listing:
01. Forever More
02. I Wanna Live
03. One Day At a Time
04. So What
05. Just in Case
06. Fallin' Apart
07. Breakin' Free
08. All Of Me
09. The First Time
10. Pvt. Ledbetter
11. In A Hole Again
12. The Game
13. My Way *
14. What a Shame (live) *
* Bonus tracks for Europe
For "Forever More", TESLA reunited with producer Terry Thomas, who was behind the boards for the band's 1994 gold-certified "Bust A Nut" album, and engineered by Michael Rosen who worked with TESLA on "Into The Now".
The band's world tour will kick off October 1 in Salt Lake City.
TESLA will guest on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline" with host Bob Coburn on Wednesday, October 8 at 8:30 p.m. PT / 11:30 p.m. ET. Fans are encouraged to speak with the band by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625).
For a station near you and for information regarding how to easily log onto the Internet for the broadcast, go to www.RocklineRadio.com.
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