STORMWARRIOR To Perform HELLOWEEN Set With KAI HANSEN

German power metallers STORMWARRIOR will be joined by former HELLOWEEN and current GAMMA RAY guitarist/vocalist Kai Hansen for a special "Walls of Jericho" set during their performance at the Headbangers Ballroom in Hamburg on December 26. STORMWARRIOR's second album, "Northern Rage", was released earlier this year through Remedy Records. The CD was produced by Hansen, ...

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Italian Singer CHRIS HEAVEN Reforms REDLYNX

Italian hard rock singer Chris Heaven has reformed his old band REDLYNX with several new musicians, including Ian Blackwood on guitar and Robert Scales on keyboards (both from PURPLESNAKE, a WHITESNAKE/DEEP PURPLE Mark III tribute band). The band are currently working on material for a new CD and are re-arranging old songs for upcoming shows. ...

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OVERLORDE: New Album Due In December

Sonic Age Records has set a December 17, 2004 release date for the new album from American power metallers OVERLORDE, entitled "Return of the Snow Giant". The CD was recorded and mixed at Trax East studios in South River, NJ by Eric Kvortek and Eric Rachel, respectively. "Return of the Snow Giant" (view cover

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Michigan Metal And Hard Rock Bands To Perform At Benefit Concert

Sarah Colton, the daughter of MichiganMetal.com founder and former AMPUTIST/APOSTLE OF PERVERSION/DEFCON 666 vocalist Bob Colton, passed away Monday, October 25. In her honor and to help pay for funeral and headstone expenses, some of the best bands Michigan has to offer have donated their time to perform at the Sarah Colton Memorial Concert on ...

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NOMINON To Record New Album In January

Swedish death metal band NOMINON will enter Necromorbus studio in Stockholm in January to begin recording their new album, tentatively due next spring/summer through Konqueror Records. A limited edition (500 copies) 12" LP vinyl version will be made available through Blood Harvest Records. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Condemned to Die", "Buried ...

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