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Tue
21
Oct
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One on One with Mitch Lafon - GOTTHARD


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In episode 60 of One On One with Mitch Lafon, Mitch is joined by guitar-hero Leo Leoni of GOTTHARD. Formed in 1992, Gotthard have achieved great success in South America, Asia, Australia, Europe (scoring 11 consecutive #1 albums in Switzerland). However, North American success has eluded this veteran band. Guitarist Leoni and Mitch explore this question as well as discuss the band's new album Bang!, the untimely death of (lead singer) Steve Lee, new vocalist Nic Maeder, Leoni's restaurant GROTTHARD, musical influences and much more.

Thu
16
Oct
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GOTTHARD - "C'est La Vie"

Tue
22
Jul
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One on One with Mitch Lafon - GUNS N ROSES, BODY COUNT and GOTTHARD

New One on One with GUNS N ROSES, BODY COUNT AND GOTTHARD 

http://www.spreaker.com/user/talkingmetal/one-on-one-with-mitch-lafon-30...

In episode 30 of One On One with Mitch Lafon. Mitch is joined by co-host Mark Strigl Of Talking Metal.

This episode features Dizzy REED of GUNS N' ROSES who discusses the band's new 'Appetite For Democracy - Live At The Hard Rock Casino' Blu-Ray, his long standing tenure as Guns N' Roses keyboardist, the infamous Guns N' Roses Montreal Riot from August 1992, his new band The Dead Daisies and more.

Our second interview features ERNIE C of BODY COUNT. He talksabout the band's new album, Manslaughter, lead singer ICE T, playing the Heavy Montreal festival this August and more.

Mon
16
Jun
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GOTTHARD - Bang! (Review)

 

Gotthard overcame the tragic death of charismatic frontman Steve Lee by taking a couple of years off and recruiting Aussie import Nic Maeder as their new singer. Nic's job was an unenvious one, but he's handled it will class and style.
The band was at the top of their game when Steve died and their comeback album Firebirth carried massive expectations. It was however was pretty average to these ears and only featured a few really strong tunes. Some disagreed of course and loved the rawer, under produced style, but the overall fan reaction was tepid. The songs just weren't there.

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