Mexican Evangelists Pray For 'Evil' MARILYN MANSON

Variety reports that dozens of Bible-wielding Mexican evangelical Christians prayed for the soul of MARILYN MANSON on Thursday (October 16) in a protest against a planned concert by the shock rocker. About 100 people sang hymns and prayed outside local government buildings in the center of the northern city of Monterrey, where MANSON, infamous for ...

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LIVING COLOUR To Open For DEEP PURPLE On North American Tour?

LIVING COLOUR are strongly rumored to have landed the opening slot on the upcoming DEEP PURPLE North American tour, tentatively set to kick off on the West Coast around January 15, 2004. DEEP PURPLE will be touring behind their most recent CD, "Bananas", which was recorded in Los Angeles with KID ROCK producer Michael Bradford. ...

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METALLICA Film Video For 'The Unnamed Feeling'

METALLICA shot the third video from their "St. Anger" album, "The Unnamed Feeling", in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday (October 15). Based in the premises of Little Joe's restaurant, and directed/produced by The Malloy Brothers ("St. Anger" video producers), the shoot was taking place at two different areas in the building and utilized dozens of ...

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PANTERA's New Found Power Has A Name: DAMAGEPLAN

PANTERA guitarist Dimebag Darrell and drummer Vinnie Paul have officially named their new band DAMAGEPLAN. The group, whose debut album is due January 27 through Elektra Records, also features singer Patrick Lachman, who used to play guitar in HALFORD and DIESEL MACHINE. Former JERRY CANTRELL back-up guitarist Shawn Matthews, who played bass in an early ...

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DARKANE Postpone Recording Sessions For New Album

Sweden's DARKANE have postponed the recording sessions for their fourth album until after their upcoming European tour with DEATH ANGEL. The delay is due to the fact that the group's guitarist Klas Ideberg recently underwent surgery for a slipped disc in his back and also because the band want to spend extra time building their ...

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