BLAZE BAYLEY, MUNICIPAL WASTE Interviewed On 'Ragnarok Radio'

Episode 41 of Ragnarok Radio features interviews with Blaze Bayley (ex-IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE) and MUNICIPAL WASTE. The show is now available for streaming and/or download at this location.

As previously reported, the book that follows the career of the band known as BLAZE BAYLEY is now available for pre-order, due for release on September 25.

"At The End Of The Day" features the story of "Blaze" Bayley Cooke, following his career as a frontman, from WOLFSBANE to IRON MAIDEN to BLAZE and, ultimately, to the current self-titled BLAZE BAYLEY band. However, this book is not solely about Blaze; rather it tells the story of the entire BLAZE BAYLEY band that is about to begin work on the follow up to their debut album, "The Man Who Would Not Die". The book traces the history of all the band members, back to their roots in New Zealand, Colombia and…Bristol.

This book is available as a pre-order now from the Blaze Bayley webstore.

As previously reported, MUNICIPAL WASTE filmed a video for the song "Wrong Answer" in New York City with director David Brodsky (SUICIDE SILENCE, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, IN THIS MOMENT) and his crew at MyGoodEye. The clip, which is said to have been inspired by '70s game shows, gore, and more, is expected to make its online debut during the coming weeks.

"Wrong Answer" comes off MUNICIPAL WASTE's new album, "Massive Aggressive", which is scheduled for release on August 25 via Earache Records. According to a press release, the CD "brings the promise of the band's most ferocious and most focused album of their career." With such ferocity flowing through the whole of the album, the group knew it needed the right visuals to complement the vibe of the music. MUNICIPAL WASTE vocalist Tony Foresta claims that the only man who could get that imagery just right was Andrei Bouzikov, the artist responsible for the cover to 2007's "The Art Of Partying".

Video footage of Blaze Bayley's performance at Italy's Afrakà Rock Festival on July 23, 2009 can be viewed below.


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