October 2009 - Blabbermouth Archive

NAGLFAR: New North American Dates Announced

Swedish black metallers NAGLFAR will play the following North American dates in May/June 2010: May 28 - House of Blues - West Hollywood , CA May 30 - Maryland DeathFest (at Sonar) - Baltimore, MD Jun. 01 - Petit Campus - Montreal , QC Jun. 02 - L'Agitee - Quebec City , QC Jun. 03 ...

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HALLOWS EVE Parts Ways With Guitarist, Announces Replacement

Guitarist Chris Abbamonte has left reunited Atlanta-based thrashers HALLOWS EVE "for personal reasons." His replacement is longtime Atlanta musician Evan Bartelson (THE DESPISED, LAS TREGAS NOSFERATU, BLACK DANIELS) who "brings not only over 25 years in the Atlanta music scene but, more importantly, his unique playing, writing and live performance skills," according to a press ...

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NEUROTICA Guitarist Launches WORLD COLLISION

WORLD COLLISION, the new Sarasota, Florida-based band featuring NEUROTICA guitarist Shawn Bowen, has just released a new CD entitled "Trancention". Regarding the band's musical direction, Bowen stated: "WORLD COLLISION certainly has its roots in rock and metal music, but in this band I play an eclectic mix of different instruments from all over the planet. ...

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SKINLAB Guitarist Interviewed By CAPITAL CHAOS

Stinky of Capital Chaos conducted an interview with guitarist Steve "Snake" Green of San Francisco Bay Area metallers SKINLAB on October 24, 2009 at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California. Watch the chat in two parts below. SKINLAB recently announced the addition of guitarist Brian Jackson (formerly of the Las Vegas band KREEP) to ...

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STEVEN ADLER To Guest On E!'s 'That Morning Show'

Former GUNS N' ROSES and current ADLER'S APPETITE drummer Steven Adler will guest on "That Morning Show" on E! Television on Monday, November 2. Airing every morning, seven days a week, "That Morning Show" is a new upbeat and topical lifestyle program featuring both in-studio and field pieces in an unconventional new format that is ...

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