Former RIPPING CORPSE Bassist Joins UNKNOWN CURE

Former RIPPING CORPSE bassist Dave Bizzigotti has joined the Tampa-based metal act UNKNOWN CURE. UNKNOWN CURE are a thrash/death band that has been part of the Florida "unholy metal underground" for over two years now, according to an official press release. UNKNOWN CURE will be making their live debut with Bizzigotti on October 9 at ...

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METALLICA Frontman Wishes 'St. Anger' Songs Were Shorter

METALLICA frontman James Hetfield has told Launch Radio Networks that the past 16 months playing songs from the group's latest album, 2003's "St. Anger", has allowed him to gain some perspective on the effort, though he said his opinion of "St. Anger" hasn't changed much, and that he has mixed feelings about it. "Well, my ...

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JUDAS PRIEST Ringtones Now Available

According to a posting on the official JUDAS PRIEST web site, ringtones featuring several of the band's classic tracks are currently available from www.ringtones.com. The service is currently available only in the U.K. and each tone costs £3. The JUDAS PRIEST ringtones currently available for purchase are "Breaking the Law", "Living After Midnight", ...

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ANNIHILATOR Mastermind Looking To Produce Metal Bands

ANNIHILATOR mainman Jeff Waters is making himself available to produce/engineer and/or to mix metal bands, according to a posting on the group's web site. All bands interested in obtaining "a powerful metal production and/or some hot metal mixes" should send an e-mail to Watersound Studios Inc. ([email protected]) for more information. Serious inquiries only. As previously ...

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METALLICA: 'Jane Pauley' Promo Clip Posted Online

A brief promotional video for METALLICA's appearance on "The Jane Pauley Show" has been posted online at this location (Quicktime). According to MTV.com, METALLICA taught Pauley how to rock for Thursday's (Sept. 30) episode of her show, which is recorded live before a studio audience. After a discussion about the band's experience with ...

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