Monday, March 1, 2010

Aerosmith, Kiss, Black Sabbath Members Featured in “From Satan to Sabbath” Interview Collection

Author and veteran drummer Joel Gausten (Pigface / The Undead / Electric Frankenstein) has released his latest book, From Satan to Sabbath: The METAL Interviews 2000-2009, which collects 16 conversations from the world of Hard Rock and Metal.

The 192-page From Satan to Sabbath includes the complete text of Joel Gausten’s out-of-print book The SABBATH Interviews, selections from Gausten’s books Prong: The Early Years and Pandemonium: Inside Killing Joke, cover art by Shannon Gardner-Gausten and previously unpublished, full-length interviews with past/present members of Aerosmith, Plasmatics, Celtic Frost, Opeth, Thin Lizzy, Bolt Thrower, Benediction, Hades, Watchtower and Napalm Death. 

From Satan to Sabbath features in-depth interviews with:

Rick Dufay (Aerosmith)
Bill Ward (Black Sabbath)
Eric Singer (Kiss / Black Sabbath)
Bob Daisley (Black Sabbath/ Ozzy/ Rainbow)
Tommy Victor (Prong/ Ministry/ Danzig)
Ted Parsons (Prong/ Killing Joke/ Godflesh)
Troy Gregory (Prong/ Killing Joke/ Flotsam And Jetsam)
Martin Atkins (Killing Joke/ Ministry/ Nine Inch Nails)
Tom Gabriel Fischer (Celtic Frost/ Hellhammer/ Apollyon Sun)
Midge Ure (Thin Lizzy/Ultravox)
Richie Stotts (Plasmatics)
David Ingram (Bolt Thrower /Benediction)
Nic Bullen (Napalm Death/ Scorn)
Dan Lorenzo (Hades/ Non-Fiction/ The Cursed)
Alan Tecchio (Hades/ Non-Fiction/ Watchtower)
Mikael Akerfeldt (Opeth)

From exploring Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward’s former life on the streets to revealing the real story behind guitarist Rick Dufay’s notorious stint in Aerosmith, From Satan to Sabbath cuts through the P.R. fluff and media propaganda and gets right to the flesh, blood and soul of the real world of Metal – straight from the mouths of those who live it.

The paperback edition of From Satan to Sabbath is available at A special hardcover edition, limited to 50 copies, is available at


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