January 2015 - Blabbermouth Archive

ADRENALINE MOB To Release 'Dearly Departed' Album In February

Following the success of their 2013 covers release, "Covertà", ADRENALINE MOB — the band featuring Russell Allen (vocals; also of SYMPHONY X), Mike Orlando (guitar) and A.J. Pero (drums; also of TWISTED SISTER) — will release "Dearly Departed" through Century Media on February 9 in Europe (digital only) and February 10 in North America. In ...

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SCOTT WEILAND AND THE WILDABOUTS To Release 'Blaster' Album In March

Former STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and VELVET REVOLVER singer Scott Weiland and his band THE WILDABOUTS will release their first album ever on March 31. Titled "Blaster", the CD was produced by Rick Parker (BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB) and recorded throughout 2014 at Lavish Studios in Burbank and at The Sandbox in Beachwood Canyon. "Blaster" features ...

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RUSH's NEIL PEART Is Of 'Two Minds' About Touring

RUSH drummer Neil Peart has admitted to Prog magazine that he still hasn't made up his mind as to whether he is looking forward to returning to the road with the legendary Canadian rock band. "It's a true dilemma," Peart said. "There's no right answer. "People say to me, 'Are you still excited when you ...

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220 VOLT: 'Through The Wastelands' Video Released

"Through The Wastelands", the new video from long-running Swedish metallers 220 VOLT, can be seen below. The track is the second single from the band's new album, "Walking In Starlight", which was released on October 15, 2014 through AOR Heaven. The CD was produced by the band and mixed by Max Norman and Ronnie Björnström ...

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ROBERT PLANT Credits PHIL COLLINS For Solo Career Direction

According to The Pulse Of Radio, Robert Plant credits Phil Collins for helping steer his early solo career. Plant, who has been a solo artist nearly three times as long as he was fronting LED ZEPPELIN, appeared on Britain's Sky Arts 1 channel and spoke frankly about the process of going solo following John Bonham's ...

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Arizona School Chief Wants RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE Out Of Classroom

According to The Pulse Of Radio, the departing state superintendent of public education in Arizona spent his last day on the job threatening sanctions against a school district for citing RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE in the district's curriculum on Mexican-American history. Republican superintendent John Huppenthal sent a "notice of non-compliance" to the Tucson Unified School ...

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