THE EAGLES OF DEATH METAL Album To Surface In February

THE EAGLES OF DEATH METAL, the new band featuring QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE frontman Josh Homme and Jesse "The Devil" Hughes, will release their long-delayed full-length album, "Peace, Love, and Death Metal", on February 14 through Homme's Rekords Rekords label imprint. In the meantime, the group will be touring with PLACEBO during November and ...

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KROKUS: Double Live Album, DVD To Surface Next Year

Veteran Swiss hard rockers KROKUS are currently compiling a double live album and DVD recorded earlier this year. The set, which will contain all the classics along with a few surprises, is due in 2004. More information will be made available soon. KROKUS' latest CD, "Rock The Block", debuted at No. 1 on the Swiss ...

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GODHEAD To Support EVANESCENCE With Or Without Drummer

Despite drummer Ken Jay's (ex-STATIC-X) health issues which have forced GODHEAD to withdraw from their European tour with PARADISE LOST, the band will still open the U.S. EVANESCENCE tour beginning in Tucson on November 21 and running through mid-December. Band frontman Jason Miller explains, "Ken's illness came too close to the start of the European ...

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KING DIAMOND: Pittsburgh Officially Cancelled, Rochester Show Added

KING DIAMOND's previously announced Nov. 15 show in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has been moved to The Penny Arcade in Rochester, New York (4785 Lake Ave) after the recent closing of the Metropol club. Tickets are available at all Ticketmaster locations starting this Saturday (October 26). The ages permitted for entry are 16 years and up. As ...

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Former SMASHING PUMPKINS Leader Guests On New BLINDSIDE CD

Former SMASHING PUMPKINS/ZWAN leader Billy Corgan has contributed guitar to a song on Swedish rock band BLINDSIDE's forthcoming album, according to Billboard.com. "Billy Corgan heard a song, flipped out, and asked if he could play guitar on the record," the band's manager, Tim Cook, told the magazine. BLINDSIDE guitarist Simon Grenehed flew to Chicago, where ...

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