Former BIOHAZARD frontman Evan Seinfeld (now in ATTIKA7), has had quiet a career in the entertainment industry! At the young age of 17 he formed BIOHAZARD, a Hardcore Punk band that riskily crossed over into Heavy Metal. After many years of placing New York City culture in the International map of Heavy Music, Seinfeld started looking for other ways to grow as an artist. This is when he started venturing into television and later into adult film. While he is proud of all that he has accomplished, music is where his heart is!
We have a full interview with Evan Seinfeld coming soon, but for now here is a small preview. During this clip, Seinfeld talks about one of BIOHAZARD's biggest and proudest moments within their extensive musical career. In 2010, the band headlined "Rock Al Parque", one of Latin America's biggest music festivals in front of over 300,000 people. The event takes place every year in Bogota, Colombia and it gathers a VERY diverse lineup. It also attracts thousands of music fans from all parts of the country. This year's edition takes place this weekend (see the poster below)! Without further due, here is the interview clip. Watch it, share it and stay tuned for the full interview!
Don't forget that ATTIKA 7’s NEW album, 'Blood Of My Enemies', is set for a July 31, 2012 release and features ex-Biohazard vocalist Evan Seinfeld, lead guitarist, notable songwriter and famed (Sons of Anarchy) motorcycle builder Rusty Coones, and bassist Tony Campos, founding member of Static X, who also currently performs in Soulfly, Prong, Possessed, Asesino and Ministry. The band recorded Blood of My Enemies with legendary producer MUDROCK (Avenged Sevenfold, Godsmack).
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