RAUNCHY Set Tentative Track Listing For New Album

Denmark's RAUNCHY have set the tentative track listing for their sophomore album, due in early 2004 through Nuclear Blast Records. The as-yet-untitled follow-up to last year's highly acclaimed "Velvet Noise" was recorded and mixed at producer Jacob Hansen's (INVOCATOR) Hansen Studios in Ribe, Denmark. 12 songs were reportedly tracked for the CD, including a cover ...

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SLAYER, HATEBREED, ARCH ENEMY: First Dates Announced

The first two dates have been announced for the upcoming Jagermeister North American tour, featuring SLAYER, HATEBREED and ARCH ENEMY. According to Ticketmaster, the two-month-long trek will make the following stops: Oct. 30 - Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles Ballroom Nov. 21 - San Diego, CA @ 4th and B More dates will be released during ...

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HELMET Reunion A No-Go: Spokesperson

Contrary to published reports, HELMET have no plans at present to reunite for a tour in conjunction with a retrospective of the group's three studio albums for Interscope, due on November 4 through Universal Records. A management spokesperson for HELMET frontman Page Hamilton told Billboard.com that he was unsure how the rumor began, but confirmed ...

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MASTERS OF REALITY: No Rest For The Wicked

MASTERS OF REALITY's official web site has been updated with the following message: "Rumors are spreading of an upcoming Los Angeles MASTERS OF REALITY show. We've been told that Halloween night at the Greek Theater in L.A. will feature QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, TOMAHAWK and MASTERS OF REALITY!!! Confirmation coming soon. Stay tuned right ...

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Report: Old Bands Draw New Generation To Concerts

David Hinckley of the New York Daily News reports that this summer's top concert performers include such veteran acts as KISS, IRON MAIDEN, METALLICA, and DEF LEPPARD. "While they can still draw 5,000-15,000 fans a night, that number includes more than the now-middle-aged fans who remember when music could be found in the grooves of ...

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Report: 200 Kicked Out Of OZZFEST Concert In North Carolina

Police forced 200 people to leave Sunday's (August 24) Ozzfest in Charlotte, North Carolina because of their alcohol and drug use, according to News 14 Carolina. Thousands of rock fans invaded Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Sunday night for the latest edition of Ozzy Osbourne's festival concert. The show kicked off Sunday morning at 10 a.m. and ...

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