U.D.O./ex-ACCEPT frontman Udo Dirkschneider and two members of THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN were interviewed for this week's "Tinitus" radio show, airing tonight (Wednesday, November 28) between 20.00 CET (8:00 p.m.) and 22.00 CET (10:00 p.m.) on Norway's P3.
According to a press release for the program, "OVERKILL, MANIFEST and DARKTHRONE go under the magnifying glass as Udo, devoid of his trademark camouflage pants, looks for the master thrash riff. As a friend of Eurovision winners LORDI, Udo tells us whether Mr. Lordi's God's gift to women reputation is justified or whether there is something wrong with Finnish women in general." Also, "Miss Pee jumped at the chance to chat with tattooless vocalist Greg Puciato and only remaining original member, guitarist Ben Weinman, about musical precision, the initiation rituals for any THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN fan and partying until the early hours with MASTODON's Brent Hinds."
"Tinitus" is Norway's most popular metal show with an average of over 60,000 listeners per week (1.5 percent of the country's population!).
To tune into P3 via the Internet, follow the instructions that are posted on the "Tinitus" MySpace page at this location.
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