LANDMINE MARATHON Frontwoman Interviewed During 'Hottest Chicks' Cover Shoot has posted a short interview with Grace Perry, vocalist of Phoenix, Arizona's death metal/grind titans LANDMINE MARATHON, as she took a break from her cover shoot for Revolver magazine's "Hottest Chicks In Metal Of All Time" issue, which is out now. Perry talks about her experience on the shoot and working with HALESTORM's Lzzy Hale, as well as her recent visit to Medieval Times. Watch it below.

Grace commented, "I am extremely excited and flattered to be on the cover of Revolver. It's such a great opportunity for me to expose LANDMINE MARATHON to a wide range of metal fans. The whole experience has been a absolute blast. I mean, when else am I going to be able to light a microphone on fire!?"

LANDMINE MARATHON has just completed work on its new full-length album, "Sovereign Descent", at guitarist Ryan Butler's Arcane Digital Recording Studios (MISERY INDEX, PHOBIA). The CD was mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music (CONVERGE, HATEBREED, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN). with art by Dan Seagrave (ENTOMBED, DISMEMBER, MORBID ANGEL).

"Sovereign Descent" is set for an early 2010 release via Prosthetic Records.

LANDMINE MARATHON, whose sound has been compared to early Earache acts such as BOLT THROWER, CARCASS, and NAPALM DEATH, released two full-lengths on Level Plane, "Wounded" and "Rusted Eyes Awake", the latter which was reissued this year by Prosthetic Records, and several split releases. The band has shared the stage with the likes of TRAGEDY, KYLESA, SAVIOURS, BOOK OF BLACK EARTH, COLISEUM and many more.


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