February 2011 - Blabbermouth Archive

AMORPHIS: New Album Details Revealed

Finnish metallers AMORPHIS have set "The Beginning Of Times" as the title of their new album, due at the end of May via Nuclear Blast Records. A single, "You I Need", will precede the full-length CD in April. "The Beginning Of Times" is described as "the most challenging AMORPHIS album so far in terms of ...

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DOOGIE WHITE To Guest On KRUK Album

Scottish rock singer Doogie White (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, RAINBOW, CORNERSTONE, TANK) makes a guest appearance on the second studio album from Polish hard rockers KRUK, due on June 6 via Metal Mind Productions. White contributes his vocals to a track called "In Reverie". KRUK members Piotrek Brzychcy, Tomek Wisniewski and Krzysztof Walczyk first met White in ...

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SPIRITUAL BEGGARS To Release Live Album In Japan

SPIRITUAL BEGGARS — the Swedish band featuring ARCH ENEMY guitarist Michael Amott and bassist Sharlee D'Angelo, along with new vocalist Apollo Papathanasio (FIREWIND) — will release a live CD entitled "Return To Live: Loud Park 2010" in Japan on March 16 via Trooper Entertainment. The disc features eight songs, capturing the bands high-energy performance at ...

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DEFTONES: 'Covers' Vinyl Collection Detailed

DEFTONES have announced that they will release a vinyl collection of cover songs, imaginatively titled "Covers", in commemoration of Record Store Day on April 16. According to The Pulse Of Radio, the record will be limited to just 5,000 copies and contain DEFTONES versions of songs from THE CURE, THE SMITHS, LYNYRD SKYNYRD and DURAN ...

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MARIONETTE: New Album Being Mastered

Gothenburg, Sweden-based metal sextet MARIONETTE is currently mastering its as-yet-untitled third full-length album at Masters of Audio Studio in Stockholm with Erik Broheden (RAMMSTEIN, TURBONEGRO, WITHIN TEMPTATION). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Something Forgotten", "Remember Your Name", "Stand In Line" and "Lights Out". Commented guitarist and backing vocalist Aron Parmerud: "Our third ...

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