March 2001 - Blabbermouth Archive

Archive News Mar 09, 2001 - update 1

Bassist Tony Franklin recently addressed the persistent rumors of a reunion of the original BLUE MURDER line-up, featuring Franklin, guitarist/vocalist John Sykes and drummer Carmine Appice, by acknowledging that 'things are starting to happen. There's still some ground to cover, but it looks like a reunion will happen. As far as details go, i.e. which ...

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Archive News Mar 08, 2001 - update 3

INTERNAL BLEEDING's fourth full-length album, Hatefuel, will be recorded in June of this year and released through Olympic Recordings around September/October. To tide the band's fans over until then, Olympic Recordings will be issuing a CD containing INTERNAL BLEEDING's Invocation of Evil and Perpetual Degradation demos, as well as a few songs from the band's ...

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Archive News Mar 08, 2001 - update 2

TAPROOT are tentatively set to take some time off in April/May to continue writing new material for their next album, which they hope to begin recording shortly after their Ozzfest stint ends later in the summer. Among the tracks set to appear on TAPROOT's sophomore offering for Velvet Hammer / Atlantic Records is 'Poem To ...

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Archive News Mar 08, 2001 - update 1

Texas' progressive metal gods WATCHTOWER will be releasing a CD of 'unreleased demos' through Monster Records. The album will include amazing unheard recordings from 'the boss tapes', the 'control demos', as well as unreleased material from before Energetic Disassembly was even a concept, or title, for the first WATCHTOWER release. All contributions for this project ...

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Archive News Mar 07, 2001 - update 3

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San Francisco, CA (03/04/01)- Jerry Cantrell has now confirmed 18 North American tour dates beginning March 13 in San Francisco and wrapping up April 5 in Oklahoma City. The ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist has again chosen San Francisco's SWARM and L.A.'s COMES WITH THE FALL to support him on this tour, ...

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Archive News Mar 07, 2001 - update 2

PANTERA will reportedly be mounting a festival-sized summer tour that is also rumored to include SLAYER, STATIC-X, ROB HALFORD, C.O.C. and MORBID ANGEL, with other major acts to be announced when the complete bill is unveiled in early April.

THE TIME BOMBS is the name of the new band of Johnny Jetson and Stevie ...

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Archive News Mar 07, 2001 - update 1

Reunited NWOBHM legends JAGUAR are about to start work on a brand new studio album. Meanwhile, the band's label Neat Records are going to re-release JAGUAR's 1984 LP This Time on CD, in a package that will include no less than ten bonus tracks, among them the Jimmy Miller remixes of 'This Time' and 'Tear ...

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Archive News Mar 06, 2001 - update 3

Universal Pictures has decided not to release Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses after dubbing the film's final cut as 'far more intense than we could have possibly imagined,' according to Universal big shot Stacey Snider. 'When I looked at the cumulative effect of the entire film, it was clear that the best version of ...

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Archive News Mar 06, 2001 - update 2

Here is a list of the upcoming COLD in-store performances:

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March 18th at 3pm at:

Tower WOW Long Beach

6310 E. Pacific Coast Hwy. Long Beach, CA 90803 (562)598-5001

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March 27th at 4pm at:

Homer's

11th and Howard St.

Omaha, NE (402)346-0264

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March 28th at 5pm at:

Down In The Valley

8024 ...

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Archive News Mar 06, 2001 - update 1

ILL NINO's upcoming debut CD, Revolution Revolucion, is due to be remixed by Eddie Wohl and Scrap 60 Productions in time for its tentative release date of June 19th through the Roadrunner label. The album was produced by Ron St. Germain (311, CREED, U2, SOUNDGARDEN, BAD BRAINS) and it is presently set to include the ...

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