January 2006 - Blabbermouth Archive

EIDOMANTUM To Release New Seven-Inch Single

Swedish cult old-school black metal maniacs EIDOMANTUM will release a seven-inch single containing two brand new tracks ("Fear the Master" and "Black Aura") that show a new side of the band — described in a press release as "decidedly more heavy metal in their approach than earlier material. Imagine a mixture between MASTER'S HAMMER around ...

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BLACK CROWES And Keyboardist Part Company

Launch Radio Networks reports: It hasn't been officially announced yet, but keyboardist Eddie Hawrysch (pronounced harsh) is no longer a member of the BLACK CROWES. Some long-standing issues had been coming to a head, and the sides parted company before the band played at Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday (January 29). It's ...

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HELLOWEEN 'Rockumentary' To Air This Week

HELLOWEEN's official web site has been updated with the following message: "The two original HELLOWEEN members, Michael Weikath and Markus Grosskopf, teamed up with Metal Express Radio for an in-depth discussion about the history of the band. Michael and Markus cover topics such as the genesis of HELLOWEEN and various line-up changes throughout the years, ...

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PHARAOH: New Songs Available For Download

PHARAOH, the Pennsylvania-based heavy metal band featuring vocalist Tim Aymar (CONTROL DENIED), have uploaded two full songs from their upcoming second album, "The Longest Night", due on February 21 via Cruz del Sur Music. Check out the songs "Fighting" and "Up the Gates" at SolarFlight.net. Pre-orders for "The Longest Night" are now being ...

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DOWNLORD Trapped In 'Scandinavian Black Metal Arctic Hell'

DOWNLORD, the Danish death metal band featuring former members of BOLT THROWER/BENEDICTION, INIQUITY, and SACRIFICIAL, hit a major snag during their initial attempt at travelling to Reno Kiilerich's (ex-DIMMU BORGIR, OLD MAN'S CHILD) studio to record drum tracks for their next demo project Commented vocalist Dave Ingram: "We set off towards Skjern (western Denmark) where ...

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