Former WURKT Members Join Forces In A BORROWED LIFE

Former members of the once-promising Sacramento-based "nu-metal" act WURKT, Josh Robinson (vocals), Geoff Eckert (drums) and Toby Seeger (guitar), have joined forces in a new band called A BORROWED LIFE. Rounded out by guitarist Drew Cianciolo and bassist Manny Howard, A BORROWED LIFE recently completed work on a three-song demo and are planning on returning ...

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BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION Singer Comments On Toronto Cancellation

BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION frontman London LeGrand has posted the following message in the "Diary" section of the band's official web site: "People, there was talk earlier that day we would not be entering Canada because of their government not being understanding enough to realize human beings are only just that…human beings. And because of this, ...

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Members Of STATETROOPER Form New Label

When the members of STATETROOPER decided to be their own label, they planned that it would be for more than simply to release STATETROOPER albums. In 1987 vocalist Gary Barden (ex-MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP) disbanded the group, a decision based more on his disappointment with the way the industry had dealt with the band's career (both ...

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MARSHALL LAW Demo New Songs, Ex-PARADISE LOST Drummer Assists

Birmingham, England-based heavy metal band MARSHALL LAW have demoed up the following tracks for inclusion on a new studio album, tentatively due later this year: 01. Retribution 02. Bloodlines 03. Axis Of Power 04. What Lies Behind 05. Why Do Men Die 06. Nothing Lasts Forever 07. Faith Divides 08. Waiting For The Sign 09. ...

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TIMO KOTIPELTO Jams With IRON MAIDEN Tribute Band: Photos Posted Online

STRATOVARIUS frontman Timo Kotipelto joined the Italian IRON MAIDEN tribute band THE CLAIRVOYANTS onstage at the Buddha Café Merone on Friday, May 7 during the Flash and Metal Shock Anniversary Party. Kotipelto and THE CLAIRVOYANTS performed several MAIDEN classics before running through a couple of numbers from Kotipelto's career. An audience of nearly 500 "screaming" ...

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