GENE HOGLAN Forced To Skip 'Surprise' DARK ANGEL Performance

Drummer Gene Hoglan will be unable to participate in the rumored DARK ANGEL "surprise" appearance at the KREATOR/DESTRUCTION gig at The Galaxy Theater in Santa Ana, California on September 30th, guitarist Jim Durkin has informed BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "But as to not disappoint anyone who will be there early enough to see [Jim's new band] DREAMS OF ...

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ASESINO To Open For DANZIG On Halloween

ASESINO, the side project of ex-FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares and STATIC-X bassist Tony Campos, have lined up the opening slots on the DANZIG Halloween shows on October 30th at House of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada and on October 31st at La Luna in San Bernardino, California. In related news, the Los Angeles-based act ...

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NICKELBACK To Issue First-Ever DVD

NICKELBACK will release their first-ever DVD, titled Live At Home, on October 29th via Roadrunner Records. Included on the disc are the group's sold-out performance in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada earlier this year, plus videos for "How You Remind Me", "Leader Of Men", and "Too Bad", as well as a "making-of" segment for the "Too Bad" ...

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ANNIHILATOR Set Title, Track Listing For Live CD

ANNIHILATOR have set Double Live Annihilation as the title of their forthcoming double live CD, which is tentatively scheduled for release in Europe in January. The group's first official live release since the '89/'90 recordings for In Command (Live 1989-1990), Double Live Annihilation was recorded in Europe in June and features the following track listing: ...

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UPDATE: DROWNING POOL Frontman Died From Heart Disease

DROWNING POOL frontman Dave Williams died of cardiomyopathy, a disorder affecting the heart muscle resulting in inadequate heart pumping, according to a spokesperson for the Medical Examiner's Office for the Northern District of Virginia. The disorder can be caused by several factors, including viral infections, heart attacks, alcoholism, and severe hypertension, among others. On August ...

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Internet T-Shirt Company Moves Forward With $15 Million Dollar Lawsuit Against The OSBOURNES

NEW YORK, Sep. 24 – While settlement talks continue, Internet t-shirt company, TShirtHell.com, has moved forward with their $15 million dollar trademark infringement lawsuit against the Osbourne family by serving the defendants in the case with summons and complaints on Tuesday. This follows the filing of their lawsuit over the summer. Defendants served, who have ...

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