CHEN MO: Full-Length MP3s Posted Online

Dutch "crossover metal" act CHEN MO, featuring former members of FROZEN SUN, CURFEW, WITHIN TEMPTATION, BLOODSESSIONS, THRENODY and SILICON HEAD, have posted three full-length MP3s from their recently-completed demo via their official web site at this location. The tracks featured are as follows: 01. Life Process 02. Star Dancing 03. Part of Me ...

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XYSMA To Perform At Finnish Book-Launch Party

Legendary Finnish metallers XYSMA will reunite to perform at the launch party for Jone Nikula's new book, Rauta-aika, on October 19th at Nosturi in Helsinki. The book tells the history of Finnish metal music from late 80's to the present and includes an interview with XYSMA frontman Joañitor Muurinen (currently in MANNHAI). In related news, ...

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SYMPHONY X Confirm BLIND GUARDIAN Tour

SYMPHONY X have finally confirmed that they will be supporting BLIND GUARDIAN on their North American tour, which is scheduled to kick off on November 16th in Montreal, Canada. The tour routing currently stands as follows: Nov. 16 - Medley - Montreal, QUE Nov. 17 - Big Bop - Toronto, ONT Nov. 18 - Water ...

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EIBON Complete Work On Debut Album

EIBON, the black metal project featuring PANTERA/DOWN frontman Philip Anselmo, SATYRICON's Satyr and DARKTHRONE's Fenriz, will complete their self-titled album by the end of September, according to a Moonfog Productions newsletter. No release date information is currently available. In related news, SATYRICON have lined up the following European dates during October-December: Oct. 03 - Tromsø, ...

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HOBBS ANGEL OF DEATH Reform, Plan New CD

HOBBS ANGEL OF DEATH, once described as Australia's answer to SLAYER, have reformed under the leadership of guitarist/vocalist Peter Hobbs and are said to be writing material for the follow-up to the group's 1996 Inheritance CD, due sometime in 2003. The band, who recently supported MAYHEM on their Australian tour, are believed to be currently ...

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JIMI HENDRIX Guitar Fails To Meet Reserve Price During Auction

A guitar Jimi Hendrix torched during a 1967 performance failed to light a fire under bidders during a rock-memorabilia auction Tuesday in London, according to BBC News. The highest bid — less than $470,000 — didn't meet the $500,000 reserve price, so the guitar's owner, Dweezil Zappa, must decide if he wants to accept the ...

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