DON DOKKEN Says GEORGE LYNCH Is His Own Worst Enemy

DOKKEN mainman Don Dokken recently spoke to KNAC.com's Jeff Kirby about his reputation for being "difficult" and ex-DOKKEN guitarist George Lynch, among other topics. A couple of excerpts from the interview follow: KNAC.com: There was a report that DOKKEN was slated to do a show at the Anaheim House of Blues, but that ...

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PAPA ROACH To Play For U.S. Troops In Korea

Launch Radio Networks is reporting that PAPA ROACH are currently finishing up a North American tour that will break right before the Christmas holidays. Once those festivities are finished, frontman Jacoby Shaddix said the band's next road trip will find them playing for a very special audience. "After we go home for the holidays, New ...

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AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE, OTEP, CANDIRIA To Team Up For U.S. Tour

AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE have confirmed a 2005 tour with OTEP, CANDIRIA, and THE AUTUMN OFFERING. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon. In addition, AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE will be playing a hometown show at First Avenue in Minneapolis, MN, on December 28. AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE's new album, "The Feeding", is scheduled for release on ...

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PAUL DI'ANNO: 'I Have No Regrets About Leaving IRON MAIDEN'

Former IRON MAIDEN frontman Paul Di'Anno recently spoke to David Brinn of Israel's Jerusalem Post about his upcoming appearance at Heavy Metal Monsters 2004 — a multi-artist festival that rumbles to life Friday, December 10, in Tel Aviv at the Barbie Club and the next night in Haifa at the Poison Club. The 48-year-old Di'Anno, ...

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SLIPKNOT, LAMB OF GOD, SHADOWS FALL To Team Up For U.S. Arena Tour

Beginning March 4, 2005, SLIPKNOT will bring LAMB OF GOD and SHADOWS FALL, along with to-be-confirmed openers, out on The Subliminal Verses Tour, sponsored by Fuse. SLIPKNOT's extensive set will feature tracks from their critically-acclaimed, Rick Rubin-produced third album "Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)" — most notable of which are the hit singles "Duality" and ...

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