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Interview: O.Y.D

Interview about O.Y.D with Orestis, the vocalist of the band.

By Carla Morton

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Hi Orestis, how are you?
Fine, how are you doing?

Tell me when OYD was formed?
O.Y.D. was formed  in the spring of  2012 in Kalamata,southern Greece.The first members were me and Nick . Stavros has been the last member to join in.

You have released the debut album “Deep Breath”, tell me about it.
The album is out since the 2nd of October by “Pavement entertainment”. In my opinion it is better to let people find out on their own about whats going on, by listening to the album.

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VOLBEAT Featuring KING DIAMOND – ‘Room 24’ Track Available For Free Download

VOLBEAT’s latest album, Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies, features a guest appearance from the legendary KING DIAMOND. Today, King Diamond and Volbeat are pleased to release the Jacob Hansen mastered version of this track, titled ‘Room 24’, as a free download gift to fans. Download the track in full-quality here.

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COREY TAYLOR Says GRAMMYS ‘Don’t Respect’ Heavy Metal Genre At All

SLIPKNOT/STONE SOUR frontman Corey Taylor has accused The Recording Academy of disrespecting the heavy metal genre by not including it in the televised portion of the Grammy Awards.

HALESTORM was honored with a Grammy in the “Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance” category in the pre-telecast ceremony at the 55th annual Grammy Awards, which were held last night (Sunday, February 10) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. HALESTORM was nominated for the track “Love Bites (So Do I)” , from the band’s 2012 album “The Strange Case Of…”

Writing on his Twitter profile shortly after the “Hard Rock/Metal” winner was announced, Taylor said: “I’m happy for HALESTORM, but sad because the Grammys don’t respect our genre AT ALL. We get one category and it’s not even televised.”

In an effort to continuously evolve its Grammy Awards process, The Recording Academy announced in April 2011 that it had restructured the Grammy categories across all genres and fields, bringing the total number of categories to be recognized at the 54th Grammy Awards in 2012 to 78 from 109. As a result, instead of separate “Best Metal” and “Best Hard Rock” performance prizes, there is now a single “Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance” award.