March 2001 - Blabbermouth Archive

Archive News Mar 14, 2001 - update 1

According to Jayne Andrews, Management Co-ordinator for JUDAS PRIEST, the reason Sad Wings Of Destiny and Rocka Rolla are not included in upcoming The Remasters series through the Sony / Columbia label is because the rights to the aforementioned releases are owned by Gull Records and the band 'get nothing from them'. JUDAS PRIEST are ...

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Archive News Mar 13, 2001 - update 2

The fourth installment of the Fuck The Commerce festival will be taking place between May 24th and May 26th in Neiden, Holland. The following bands are confirmed so far:

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CRYPTOPSY (Can)

EXHUMED (US)

REGURGITATE (Swe)

C.S.S.O. (Jap)

SKINLESS (US)

DEFLESHED (Swe)

DESASTER (Ger)

CENTINEX (Swe)

HOUWITSER (NL)

GROINCHURN (RSA)

BELPHEGOR (A)

CRIPPLE BASTARDS (Ita)

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Archive News Mar 13, 2001 - update 1

New York's reunited MERAUDER (featuring ex-ILL NINO vocalist Jorge Rosado) have entered Billy Milano's Big Blue Meanie Studio in New Jersey to record their long-awaited third album, tentatively titled Spiritual Assassins. According to guitarist Anthony, the musical direction of the new material represents a bit of a departure for the band, with some of the ...

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Archive News Mar 12, 2001 - update 2

Colorado's JAG PANZER are due to release their newest studio effort, Mechanized Warfare, through Century Media Records during the summer. The group have once again worked with producer Jim Morris. Tentative song titles include: 'The Tarmac' and 'Froze In Fear'.

DIO will be joining forces with RATT and ALICE COOPER for a European tour.

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Archive News Mar 12, 2001 - update 1

The official line-up for this years Ozzfest has now been announced. It is as follows:

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Main Stage:

BLACK SABBATH

MARILYN MANSON

SLIPKNOT

PAPA ROACH

LINKIN PARK

CRAZYTOWN

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Second and Third Stages:

DISTURBED

MUDVAYNE

COLD

TAPROOT

UNION UNDERGROUND

NONPOINT

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY

AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE

PURE RUBBISH

HATEBREED

DROWNING POOL

SYSTEMATIC

BEAUTIFUL CREATURES

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Archive News Mar 11, 2001 - update 2

TAETRE guitarist/vocalist Jonas Lindblood and TRANSPORT LEAGUE's Tony Jelencovich have formed an 'early '80s British-style heavy metal' project called COMMANDER. Presently unsigned, COMMANDER played a gig at Belsepub in Gothenburg on February 16th and completed mixing their debut demo at Studio Fredman 2 on March 12th.

THRONEAEON's upcoming album Neither of Gods will be ...

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Archive News Mar 11, 2001 - update 1

CONTROL DENIED are presently recording a double-album at Morrisound Studios in Tampa with producer Jim Morris. The as-yet-untitled effort will be released later in the year.

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ENTOMBED have entered Polar Studios in Stockholm, Sweden to record their seventh studio album, tentatively titled Morning Star. 12 songs are being recorded with producers Nico Elgstrand and ...

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Archive News Mar 10, 2001

Ex-WHITE LION / FREAK OF NATURE vocalist Mike Tramp has reportedly relocated to Tasmania, Australia and has just completed the recording of his new album, to be titled Don't Take My Rock N Roll. Self-produced and recorded in Copenhagen, Denmark (with the mix done in Los Angeles by WHITE LION / FREAK OF NATURE ...

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Archive News Mar 09, 2001 - update 3

Russ Anderson, the former vocalist for the late '80s thrash metal legends FORBIDDEN, has resurfaced in a 'straight-ahead rock'n'roll' outfit out of the San Francisco Bay Area by the name of PARKING LOT PROPHETS. More information on the group and their nine-song CD can be obtained via the band's official web site.

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ENGORGED have ...

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Archive News Mar 09, 2001 - update 2

Italy's ADDICTION will finally be releasing their long-completed debut album, Doubt The Dosage, through Silly Productions (via distribution from Self) on April 24th.&nbspDoubt The Dosage includes a guest appearance by SEPULTURA drummer Igor Cavalera on the track 'Inside'. The bulk of the album was recorded and mixed in Italy with engineer Marco Dal Lago, while ...

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