BILLBOARD Magazine Pays Tribute To KISS

The Billboard Information Group will mark the 30th Anniversary of KISS, one of America's most successful and enduring rock 'n' roll bands, with the publication of a 26-page special report in the August 9 issue of Billboard. The issue will be available on newsstands on August 1 and content will be posted on www.billboard.com/KISS. "KISS: ...

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IndyStar.com: DISTURBED Singer's Dimwitted Routine Can't Stay Fresh

David Lindquist of IndyStar.com reports that while the Chicago-based DISTURBED received a strong afternoon reception at the main stage at the Ozzfest 2003 stop in Indianapolis Thursday night (July 31), "the dimwitted routine of vocalist David Draiman can't stay fresh for long. For a guy who's allegedly quite bright, Draiman jabbers lyrics, boasts and preens ...

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AC/DC Toast Of The Town Following Benefit Concert Performance

Canadian Press reports that Australian rockers AC/DC were the toast of the town Thursday following their blistering and much-lauded performance at Toronto's massive SARS benefit concert headlined by the legendary ROLLING STONES, with many reviewers calling them the true stars of the show. "We'll put that one in the back pocket," guitarist Angus Young, arguably ...

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LIMP BIZKIT Are Getting Ready To 'Eat You Alive'

LIMP BIZKIT have reportedly selected "Eat You Alive" as the first single from their forthcoming album, due on September 23 through Flip/Interscope Records. The single is expected to impact radio as early as Monday, August 4, and a video for the song is scheduled to begin airing in a couple of weeks. As previously reported, ...

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RAUNCHY Finish Recording Sophomore Album

Denmark's RAUNCHY have finished recording their sophomore album at producer Jacob Hansen's (INVOCATOR) Hansen Studios in Ribe and are currently preparing to mix the effort for an early 2004 release through Nuclear Blast Records. 12 songs were reportedly tracked for the CD, including a cover of FAITH NO MORE's "From Out Of Nowhere", which will ...

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