SINERGY To Play Special Hometown Gig

Finland's SINERGY will play a special "party gig" in Helsinki at On The Rocks on December 18th. The group plan to perform a variety covers from some of heavy metal's finest old-school bands as well as some SINERGY songs that have never been played live in Finland before. There is no cover charge for the ...

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SEVENDUST's Hollywood Gig Brings Out The Stars

SEVENDUST's show at Hollywood's House Of Blues this past Tuesday, September 10th, drew a number of rock celebrities, including Aaron Lewis of STAIND, David Draiman of DISTURBED and Tommy Lee. SEVENDUST reportedly rocked the house with a blistering set that included selections from all three of the band's CD releases thus far. ...

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'Rise Above' CD Samples Posted Online

Two tracks from Rise Above, the forthcoming West Memphis Three benefit album spearheaded by Henry Rollins, have been posted online at this location. The cuts available for listening are "Rise Above", featuring PUBLIC ENEMY's Chuck D and Henry Rollins, and "Thirsty & Miserable", featuring MOTÖRHEAD's Lemmy. Rise Above is due for release on ...

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'TOMMY LEE: THE NAKED TRUTH': Air Times Announced

Tommy Lee: The Naked Truth, the first of two hour-long specials chronicling the life of the former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer, will air on VH1 at the following show times (all times are Eastern): Thursday, Sep. 26 - 12:00 PM Thursday, Sep. 26 - 11:00 PM Friday, Sep. 27 - 12:30 PM Sunday, Sep. 29 - ...

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CRAZY TOWN Set To Return '…From Nowhere' In November

CRAZY TOWN will release their new single, "Drowning", to radio stations on October 15th. The band are planning to release their new album, Nothing Comes From Nowhere, in November through Columbia Records. Nothing... was produced by Howard Benson (P.O.D., SEPULTURA, SKINDRED) and is the follow-up to CRAZY TOWN's 1999 debut, The Gift Of Game. Among ...

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KID ROCK Forced To Replace SHERYL CROW On Next Single

KID ROCK's track "Picture", the next single from his current album, Cocky, will reportedly be released without the vocals of Sheryl Crow, who duets with him on the album version. According to reports, Interscope, Crow's label, has denied permission for Rock to use her vocals for the single, which he says was not necessarily a ...

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