IMMORTAL Frontman ABBATH: Second Part Of Radio Interview To Air Tonight

The second part of an interview with IMMORTAL frontman Abbath, who is currently heading up the I project, is scheduled to air on this week's "Tinitus" radio show, airing tonight (Wednesday, October 4) between 20.00 CET (8:00 p.m.) and 22.00 CET (10:00 p.m.) on Norway's P3. The program can also be heard on the Internet: (NOTE: The Abbath interview will be conducted in English.)

As previously reported, Abbath will make an in-store appearance at the Nuclear Blast Shop in Donzdorf (Oeschstr. 40, 73072), Germany today (October 4) between 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Abbath will be in town doing press for I's debut album, "Between Two Worlds", which is scheduled for release in North America on November 14 via Nuclear Blast Records (November 3 in Germany).

Recorded in Bergen, Norway's Lydriket Studio with Geir Luedy, and mixed by Peter Tägtgren (IMMORTAL, DIMMU BORGIR, MARDUK), "Between Two Worlds" "will kick your teeth in and break your back!" according to the band. "Heavy, groovy, melodic, atmospheric, heck — call it even catchy — THIS ALBUM IS A MASTERPIECE!" Two tracks from the CD — "The Storm I Ride" and "Cursed We Are" — are available for streaming at this location.

In addition to Abbath, I's current lineup includes Ice Dale (ENSLAVED, AUDREY HORNE), TC King (SAHG, ex-GORGOROTH), and Armagedda (ex-IMMORTAL).


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