January 2008 - Blabbermouth Archive

TITAN FORCE Schedules Colorado Springs Concert

TITAN FORCE, the Colorado-based band fronted by JAG PANZER singer Harry Conklin, will play on Saturday, March 29 at the Union Station in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This will be TITAN FORCE's only North American appearance before playing the Keep It True X festival this April in Germany. Local metal acts SECTION 16 and HELLSTRUM will ...

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A THOUSAND TIMES REPENT Signs With TRIBUNAL RECORDS

Atlanta-based Christian metal/hardcore act A THOUSAND TIMES REPENT has inked adeal with Tribunal Records. The group's debut EP, "Virtue Has Few Friends", will be released on March 11. According to a press release, "A THOUSAND TIMES REPENT's credo is fairly simple: Their art is their diary. It's funny how such a small declaration can say ...

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DEREK SHERINIAN At NAMM; Video Available

Video footage of keyboardist Derek Sherinian (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, DREAM THEATER) playing the Korg M3 at this year's winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) show, which was held January 17-20 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California, can be viewed below. Derek has been locked up in his Beachwood Manor Studio writing and recording ...

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ASSASSIN: First-Ever Official Video Posted Online

Reactivated German thrashers ASSASSIN have posted their first official video, for the song "Assassin", featuring live footage shot during 2005-2007. Watch it below. As previously reported, ASSASSIN is featured on the benefit compilation "Operation: United Forces" along with such bands such as H8 INC, CAUGHT IN A TRAP, GORILLA WARFARE, WISDOM IN CHAINS, SICK OF ...

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KAMELOT On Argentine TV

A special one-hour report on the American/Norwegian melodic metal band KAMELOT and its fans in Argentina was broadcast on the Argentine TV music program "LadyRock" (on the C5N channel) on January 26 and January 27. A short clip from the show can be viewed below. KAMELOT's video for the song "Ghost Opera" is available online ...

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