TYPE O NEGATIVE Drummer's LED ZEPPELIN Tribute Band To Play Free Show This Weekend

TYPE O NEGATIVE drummer Johnny Kelly will play a free show with his LED ZEPPELIN cover band EARL'S COURT on Sunday, August 3 on the boardwalk in Astroland in Coney Island, New York. The group is scheduled for an early set that's will start around 3:00 p.m.

A 20-minute interview with Johnny Kelly conducted recently by Glam-Metal.com can be viewed below.

TYPE O NEGATIVE in February released two special editions of its acclaimed new album, "Dead Again". The deluxe CD version contains a bonus DVD with exclusive live performances, interviews and studio videos. The discs are repackaged in a special red cover. A limited-edition triple-vinyl box set is also available and features "Dead Again" on high-quality 180-gram vinyl. The vinyl box set contains the bonus DVD, along with an exclusive t-shirt and mp3 files of the album.

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