STAIND Interviewed In Munich; Video Available

Vocalist Aaron Lewis and guitarist Mike Mushok of Massachusetts rockers STAIND were interviewed on February 7, 2009 at the Hurricane Rock Radio studio in Munich, Germany. Watch the eight-minute clip below.

STAIND is continuing to support its latest album, "The Illusion of Progress".

The band has posted a video online for a new single from the CD, "The Way I Am", which follows "Believe" and "All I Want".

Following the current STAIND tour, Lewis hopes to begin recording his first solo album in the spring. Although he wants to produce the project himself, he told The Pulse of Radio that those plans could always change. "I'll be doing it at my house in my studio, and I'm very open-minded," he said. "If we get to a point and I'm just like, 'You know what? To take these songs to the next level I've got to get (STAIND producer) Johnny K. to come up here and help me out a little bit,' then that's what I'll do. But as it stands, I'm gonna attempt to do it myself."

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