LOST HORIZON Involved In Road Accident

Sweden's LOST HORIZON were forced to cancel tonight's gig at Hamnmagasinet in Umeå after their van crashed en route to the gig, according to the Swedish daily newspaper Aftonbladet. Two individuals were reportedly hospitalized for injuries sustained in the accident. No further information is available at this time. LOST HORIZON's second full-length album, ...

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BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION Drummer To Tour With OTEP

MÖTLEY CRÜE/BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message to the "Rock'n'Roll Diary" section of CRÜE's official web site: "There's a cool pix of me and Edward Dada (my partner) from NSixx by Dragonfly [in Rolling Stone magazine] this month. Some of the girls are wearing some of the new designs… Hot ...

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SEPULTURA/VOIVOD: First U.S. Tour Dates Announced!

The initial dates for the forthcoming North American tour featuring SEPULTURA and VOIVOD have been released. The two groups, plus as–yet-unspecified opening acts, will be hitting the following U.S. cities next month: Apr. 18 - San Francisco, CA @ Avalon Apr. 19 – Los Angeles, CA @ Palace Apr. 21 – Anaheim, CA @ House ...

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CHRIS DEGARMO To Tour With QUEENSRŸCHE

Guitarist Chris DeGarmo will be joining QUEENSRŸCHE on their upcoming European summer tour, according to the web site of the group's other guitarist, Michael Wilton (www.michaelwilton.com). "Well it's official, Michael will be joined by Chris DeGarmo for the European Dates in June," reads a message on the site. "Those will certainly be some ...

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GUNS N' ROSES Attorneys Threaten AXL ROSE Impersonator

The law firm representing the current incarnation of GUNS N' ROSES has threatened legal action against an Axl Rose impersonator who has been posting messages on various GN'R message boards claiming to be the reclusive singer. The following is the letter sent by GN'R's management company, Sanctuary, to various GN'R-related fan sites where the fake ...

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USA Today: Those '80s Metal Bands Still Strike A Chord

USA Today published an article in its March 11 edition spotlighting the current popularity of '80s metal and the renewed media interest in a musical subculture many thought was extinct prior to the recent Rhode Island nightclub blaze in which nearly 100 people died. According to author Clara Frenk, "bands such as POISON, DEF LEPPARD ...

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