CANDLEBOX: New Audio Interview With KEVIN MARTIN Available

The Musician's Voice has uploaded a new audio interview with CANDLEBOX vocalist Kevin Martin. Kevin discusses the highs and lows of the band's career — including having to break up in 2000 to get out of a bad record deal. He also gives his thoughts on following up the success of the debut record, being on the road again, and writing new music with the band.

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Full-length versions of two new CANDLEBOX songs — "Stand" and "Surrendering" — are available for streaming via the band's MySpace page. Both tracks are expected to appear on the reunited band's first album of new material, tentatively due in late 2007/early 2008. A live concert DVD, entitled "Alive in Seattle", is also slated for release before the end of 2007.

Rhino Records in May 2006 released "The Best of Candlebox", featuring all of the single releases from CANDLEBOX's previous three albums as well as a few additional album tracks and the song "Glowing Soul", which was featured on the soundtrack for the movie "The Waterboy".


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