December 2005 - Blabbermouth Archive

SEVENDUST: More U.S. Tour Dates Announced

SEVENDUST are gearing up to embark on their own headlining tour in 2006. After taking a much-deserved break for the holidays (except for one show in Orlando, FL at the House of Blues on New Year's Eve), the band will criss-cross the U.S. starting January 18 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL at Revolution in support of ...

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DISTURBED Drummer: 'We Don't Pigeonhole Ourselves In Metal'

DISTURBED drummer Mike Wengren recently spoke to The Baltimore Sun about the group's latest album, "Ten Thousand Fists". When "Ten Thousand Fists" appeared in September, it entered Billboard's pop album chart at No. 1 with first-week sales of 238,000. It was an impressive showing for the follow-up to DISTURBED's last album, 2002's platinum-selling "Believe". This ...

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KILLING JOKE Bassist Praises New Album, Slams MÖTLEY CRÜE

KILLING JOKE will release their new album, "Hosannas from the Basements of Hell", on March 3, 2006 via Edel. Commented bassist Paul Raven: "We recorded the album in Prague at Faust Studios and it sounds amazing, Jerry Kandiah engineered the record and we are producing ourselves these days... (no change there then). I must say ...

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AEROSMITH Guitarist Enjoying Holiday In Vermont

Launch Radio Networks reports: While AEROSMITH is on a holiday break from its current North American tour, guitarist Joe Perry and his wife, Billie, are hunkered down at their new spread in Vermont. The farmhouse was built in 1790, and Perry told Launch it serves the couple's purposes well. "It's our getaway," he aid. "It's ...

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