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Municipal Waste Frontman Tony Foresta Talks About Thrash Metal, "Slime And Punishment" And B Movies

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This past month, many of the biggest names in hardcore, crossover and punk banded together to take part in this year's Persistence tour. Headlined by Sick Of It All and featuring the likes of Walls Of Jericho and Incite, along with Napalm Death at the London show, the trek rampaged across Europe before arriving at the English capital. One of the most anticipated bands on the bill was Virginia crossover thrash metal favourites Municipal Waste, who are currently promoting their latest album, "Slime And Punishment."

Before the show (a report on which can be read here), I had the pleasure of meeting up with Municipal Waste (and Iron Reagan) frontman Tony Foresta to discuss the latest album, as well as the band's extensive knowledge of thrash metal, collaborating with Agnostic Front's Vinnie Stigma and why the movie, Parole Violators is just awesome. You can check it out below.

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Ollie Hynes has been a writer for Metal Underground.com for four years and has been a metal fan for ten years, going so far as to travel abroad for metal shows.

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