KINGDOM COME Finalize Track Listing For 'Independent'

Germany's KINGDOM COME, led by frontman Lenny Wolf, have set the track listing for their forthcoming CD, Independent, due on October 14th via new label UlfTone Music. It is as follows: 01. I Can Feel It 02. Mother 03. Tears 04. Didn't Understand 05. Forever 06. Need A Free Mind 07. America 08. Religion Needs ...

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LED ZEPPELIN Reunion In 2003?

A reunion of ex-LED ZEPPELIN singer Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, and bassist John Paul Jones is a strong possibility for 2003, sources in the band's management have told Launch. Page is currently working on a DVD set of unreleased live performance footage and other video material, due next year. Plant, on the other hand, ...

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LIMP BIZKIT Hire RICK RUBIN To Produce 'Less Is More'

LIMP BIZKIT have finally confirmed what has been rumored for weeks — they have hired American Recordings founder Rick Rubin to produce their new album, tentatively titled Less Is More. As the group's fans may recall, Rubin — whose past production credits include albums by RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, SLAYER, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, and ...

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HAMMERFALL To Release Two Versions Of Single

Sweden's HAMMERFALL will issue their new single, "Hearts On Fire", in two separate versions — "a regular audio single, of course, but also a DVD single with a 'Behind The Scenes' feature of the video recording (among other extra goodies)," according to guitarist Oscar Dronjak. Both are expected to receive a European release on September ...

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FEAR FACTORY Bassist Assumes Guitarist Role In Revamped Band

Christian Olde Wolbers, who handled the bass duties in FEAR FACTORY for the last nine years of the group's existence, has assumed the role of guitarist in the newly-revamped version of the band, which also includes drummer Raymond Herrera and vocalist Burton C. Bell, BLABBERMOUTH.NET can exclusively reveal. The trio — who are still contractually ...

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EXODUS Prepare To Record New Album, Embark On European Tour

Reunited San Francisco Bay Area thrashers EXODUS are tentatively planning on entering Sonic Ranch (formerly Village Productions) studio in Tornillo, Texas in late October/early November to begin tracking their much-anticipated new CD for a late spring release, according to manager Steve Warner. Manning the knobs during the sessions will be acclaimed producer Andy Sneap (i.e. ...

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