Eric Bossick of TETSUO: THE BULLET MAN and Like A Storm Release "Artist on Artist" Interview
TOKYO--(Marketwire - March 1, 2010) - LSI -- Actor Eric
Bossick and New Zealand rock band Like A Storm have released an
"Artist On Artist"
video interview. Bossick appears from Toyko, Japan, and Like A Storm from
Vancouver, Canada for the interview. The video was produced and directed by
Brendan Davis and
executive produced by Johnny
Royal and is available on YouTube at
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jaz9ZzkvP3o. It features exclusive photos
from TETSUO: THE BULLET
MAN as well as the songs "Chemical Infatuation" and "Enemy" from Like A
Eric Bossick, star of the upcoming film TETSUO: THE BULLET MAN from
legendary filmmaker Shinya
Tsukamoto, discusses what it was like for him to work with Tsukamoto
during the two years he was part of the making of the film, and offers fans
a sneak preview of what to expect from the highly anticipated film, which
debuted in main competition at the 2009 Venice Film Festival and
will be released in Japan in May and in the U.S. in the Summer of 2010.
Like A Storm is fresh off the road from successful tours with Creed,
Staind, Shinedown, and Puddle Of Mudd and they talk to Bossick about their
debut album "The End of the Beginning" and what their life
is like both at home and on the road.
Bossick is also an accomplished photographer and international
contributor to Getty Images whose work has been featured in magazine
editorial, advertising campaigns, and art exhibits. As an actor Bossick has
starred in numerous national commercials and television programs in Japan,
and as a model he is highly recognizable from his countless appearances in
leading fashion magazines.
Like A Storm's album "The End of the Beginning" first made news when it
debuted on the Billboard New Artist chart at #61 based on tour sales alone,
and their single "Chemical Infatuation" continues to climb at rock radio.
The band is set to play a string of festivals this spring including both
"Rock On The Range" in Columbus, OH (May 22-23rd) and "Rocklahoma" in
Pryor, Oklahoma (May 28-30th).
Like A Storm: