SnowBunnie, Raine Wilder & Chef Day eat themselves into food comas.
-The “D” in D-day does not stand for doughnut day, but they’re more similar than most might think.
-Who are Brad and Claire? Why should anyone care about their wedding? Why did they put a billboard up about it?
-Guy drives cross country with his dead girlfriend in passenger seat, won’t face jail time.
Thursday June 5th on Hard Edge Radio we talked to Alissa from Arch Enemy and we had members of local hard rock/metal band Dead Sky in the studio. We also had the usual entertainment news, upcoming events and more. We featured tunes from: Skid Row, Downspeed, Writhing, Arch Enemy, Dead Sky, Society Hostile, Citizen Zero, Anthrax, Dismemberment, Alter Bridge and more. Hard Edge Radio airs live every Thursday night from 8-10pm EST on Tapdetroit.com
Howie D from Hard Edge Radio recently got the chance to talk to vocalist Alissa White-Gluz from Swedish progressive death metal band, Arch Enemy. They talked about her involvement with animal rights, her guest appearances on other bands albums, the personal challenge she has being the new front woman for the band and more.
Alissa was on one of the co-founders of the band The Agonist and was their front women up until early 2014. She was then asked to join progressive death metal outfit Arch Enemy and is now fronting the band. The new album, War Eternal, is in stores starting June 10th and is the first to feature Alissa on vocals. They have a busy year ahead of them with months of dates already being confirmed, and more still to come. Please click below to hear the interview.
The interview with Alissa from Arch Enemy:
The new album, War Eternal, in stores June 10th, 2014.
Arch Enemy online:
Countdown to Show Time
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How about Extending the Dream Cruise South of 8 mile Road?
Worlds largest Swim Lesson with Dept of Recreation on Friday June 28th, @ 11am
Strain of the week is New York Diesel grown in Michigan
T-Money Green and Jim The Hulk Davis holding down the studio.. with a little help from the Weed Man
Bong Hit for Detroit