Jon Wiederhorn of the MTV Music Blog recently conducted an interview with Jaymz Lennfield (vocals, guitar) of the Milwaukee-based band BEATALLICA — a satirical mashup act whose hilarious schtick marries the songwriting prowess of THE BEATLES to the deep-throated rock growl of METALLICA. The podcast can now be streamed using the audio player below.
As previously reported, BEATALLICA will support DREAM THEATER on July 2 at Newport Music Hall in Columbus, Ohio.
BEATALLICA is continuing to support its latest release, "Masterful Mystery Tour", with a set of East Coast tour dates throughout April.
The group's latest video, "Fuel On The Hill", was directed by Mike VVeber and assisted by Tim "Murph Dawg" Murphy. It can be viewed below.
Recorded and engineered by Flemball Rasmartin, "Masterful Mystery Tour" is BEATALLICA's second full-length album overall, and features such exceptional song titles as "The Battery Of Jaymz And Yoko", "Everybody's Got A Ticket To Ride Except For Me And My Lightning", and "I Want To Choke Your Band", among countless other clever part-psychedelic/part-headbanging masterpieces.
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