MACHINE HEAD Offer Fans Chance To Name Live Album

MACHINE HEAD are giving their fans a chance to name the group's upcoming live album, tentatively due in February through Roadrunner Records. To participate, simply send an e-mail with your suggestions to [email protected] If one of your choices is picked, you'll see your title on the cover, get credit in the album, and receive a ...

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KORN, DISTURBED Celebrate Halloween On Stage

KORN dressed as cowboys and performed a country rendition of "Here To Stay" during their Halloween night performance in Dallas, Texas on the Pop Sux! tour. Meanwhile, opening act DISTURBED came dressed as KORN and played a rendition of the classic KORN tune, "Blind", as part of their regular set. Vocalist David Draiman and co. ...

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MARILYN MANSON Discusses Collaboration With Chicago House DJ

MARILYN MANSON has discussed a musical collaboration with Chicago house DJ/producer-turned-electroclash-savior Felix Da Housecat and Felix's girl group proteges, GLAMORAMA, according to Allstar. Felix is currently negotiating to provide parts of the soundtrack for the upcoming biopic on NYC clubkid Michael Alig, "Party Monster", in which Manson has a cameo. ...

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STEVE DIGIORGIO Offers Update On SUICIDE SHIFT, CONTROL DENIED

Former DEATH/CONTROL DENIED and current TESTAMENT/SADUS bassist Steve DiGiorgio has released an update on his official web site on the status of the much-anticipated SUICIDE SHIFT project (featuring DiGiorgio, SADUS guitarist Darren Travis, and TESTAMENT frontman Chuck Billy) and the possibility of a second CONTROL DENIED album ever seeing the light of day. "I know ...

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VANDENBERG Come Back To Life

Long-defunct Dutch hard rockers VANDENBERG have reportedly reformed with a new lineup featuring original guitarist Adrian Vandenberg (ex-WHITESNAKE) and singer Bert Heerink. No further information is available at this time. ...

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DOKKEN Band Members Sued By Former Bassist

Former DOKKEN bassist Jeff Pilson has filed suit against two of his ex-bandmates, singer-guitarist Don Dokken and drummer Mick Brown, to dissolve their musical and financial partnership. The lawsuit, filed Monday (Nov. 4) in California Superior Court in Los Angeles, claims Don Dokken wrongfully hired a replacement bassist for this year's "Long Way Home" album ...

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WHITESNAKE, THE SCORPIONS To Tour In The Spring?

WHITESNAKE are strongly rumored to be planning a return to the live arena via a U.S. package tour with THE SCORPIONS, tentatively set to take place in the spring. In addition, unconfirmed reports suggest that WHITESNAKE mastermind David Coverdale is mulling an offer from Locomotive/WEA Records for a possible new studio album, the group's first ...

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INSANE CLOWN POSSE Online

Grokster, one of the world's largest P2P networks, announced today that they have entered into an agreement with the INSANE CLOWN POSSE to launch an international merchandise giveaway in tandem with the release of their new CD, "The Wraith: Shangri-La". According to Hits Daily Double, the promotion goes live today and will end Nov. 26. ...

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BLACK SABBATH Drummer Speaks Out On Upcoming Solo Album

BLACK SABBATH drummer Bill Ward has released a lengthy update via his official web site on the status of his upcoming solo album, "Beyond Aston", his Internet-only single, "Straws", his health and the possibility of future live appearances. "My company, Aston Cross Music, Inc., is making 2,000 copies of 'Straws'," writes Ward. "1,000 ...

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