Former ANTHRAX Singer: Solo Track Posted Online

A brand new NEIL TURBIN track, titled "Keep The Fire", has been posted online at this location. "Keep The Fire" comes off the former ANTHRAX singer's forthcoming solo debut, "Threatcon Delta", due in March via Metal Mayhem Music. The song, which was written by Vernon Anderson and Neil Turbin, features contributions from the ...

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IRON MAIDEN: The CLIVE BURR TRUST FUND Update

IRON MAIDEN's official web site, www.ironmaiden.com, has posted an update on the status of the Clive Burr Multiple Sclerosis Trust Fund, created in early 2002 to benefit former MAIDEN drummer Clive Burr. Burr is suffering from multiple sclerosis — a disease of unknown cause. The disorder is causing him intermittent numbness and can affect his ...

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UNLEASHED Guitarist Launches Record Label

UNLEASHED/TERRA FIRMA guitarist Freddie Eugene has started his own independent record label, Sway Records. The first release through the label will be TERRA FIRMA's "Harms Way" as a hand-numbered picture disc. More information will be made available shortly. ...

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MORBID ANGEL: New Album To Surface In September

According to a spokesperson for World Management, the songwriting process for the next MORBID ANGEL album is "moving along great" and the band are planning a September 2003 release through Earache Records for the effort. A world tour in support of the album will commence a short time later. An official announcement regarding the identity ...

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SEPULTURA Complete Drums For Upcoming CD

SEPULTURA's Igor Cavalera needed three days to lay down the drum tracks for the group's upcoming full-length album at AR Studios in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Andreas Kisser will start recording his guitar tracks next week. The as-yet-untitled follow-up to last year's "Nation" is being produced by Steve Evetts (SNAPCASE, EARTH CRISIS), and is tentatively ...

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STRAPPING YOUNG LAD: Tales Of Insecurity And Fear

STRAPPING YOUNG LAD mainman Devin Townsend recently told Canada's Chart Attack that the band's trademark humor is less apparent on the group's upcoming album than in the past — a move that he says was entirely intentional. "One of the new things introduced is that the humor of STRAPPING has sort of changed to irony," ...

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