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Kataklysm Frontman Issues Road Report

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KATAKLYSM frontman Maurizio Iocono recently took time out from his busy touring schedule with CHIMAIRA, DIVINE HERESY, and TERROR to sit down with MetalSucks to discuss the tour, the fans, and the band's upcoming album which is due for a May 2008 release.

Iocono also talks about Paganfest USA, the spring run with ENSIFERUM, TURISAS, TRY and ELUVEITIE. An excerpt from the chat follows:

"The tour just started, we are doing our fourth show tonight in Buffalo… we are having a good time so far and its killer to see our old fans showing up and being wild as well as making new fans. They expect the Kataklysm chaos as we are known to deliver, we love it when the crowd is wild and loud, we have fun

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1. MetalFan420 writes:

They tore up Edmonton on the weekend !

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2. DemonMyhre writes:

I'm seeing them tomorrow night. It'll be pretty awesome \m/

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3. Dark_Funeral writes:

love this band, wish they would come to jersey with chimaira, another one of my favorite bands. Whats with tours skipping over Jersey? We're a metal state in our own right, there are lots of people who want to see good metal shows!

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