GREAT WHITE Singer: 'My Life Has Changed Forever'

GREAT WHITE lead singer Jack Russell recently told the Houston Chronicle that he has kept the group active following the Rhode Island club fire that killed 100 fans to make money for the Station Family Fund, a nonprofit organization benefiting the victims and survivors of the fire. "I'm out here on the road and talking ...

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MASTODON Begin Recording New Album

MASTODON have commenced the recording process for their new album, "Leviathan", at Robert Lang Studios (NIRVANA, PRETTY GIRLS MAKE GRAVES, FOO FIGHTERS) and Litho Studios (DEFTONES, SOUNDGARDEN, BOTCH) in Seattle with producer Matt Bayles. Bayles had previously worked with MASTODON on their acclaimed "Remission" album in addition to doing studio work with such groups as ...

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THIN LIZZY: Last Three U.S. Shows Cancelled

THIN LIZZY were forced to cancel the last three dates of their U.S. tour "due to a relapse in [drummer] Michael Lee's health condition," according to a statement from the band's management. "We will not be able to make these shows up." The affected dates are as follows: Mar. 05 - Double D's - Morristown, ...

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JERRY CANTRELL Calls ALICE IN CHAINS Reunion 'Imminent'

Ex-ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell has confirmed to Launch Radio Networks that he recently jammed separately with his former bandmates, bassist Mike Inez and drummer Sean Kinney. Although all three have not played together in the same room yet, Cantrell told Launch that he feels confident some sort of reunion will happen. "I'm sure ...

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GENE SIMMONS Hopes PETER CRISS Enjoyed His Time In KISS

KISS have yet to make an official announcement regarding drummer Peter Criss' future with the band, but KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons told Canada's The Fox that Criss should be satisfied with his three tenures in the band: "Most people only have one chance, if at all, to swing the bat," Simmons said. "Peter's had many ...

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CHUCK SCHULDINER's 'Zero Tolerance' Due At The End Of The Month

Holland's Karmageddon Media (formerly Hammerheart Records) has set "Zero Tolerance" (view cover here) as the title of the upcoming collection of unfinished recordings made by late DEATH/CONTROL DENIED frontman Chuck Schuldiner, due in Europe on March 22. As previously reported, Chuck, who passed away in December 2001 after a battle with pontine glioma, ...

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SOIL: 'Redefine' Video Posted Online

SOIL's music video for their new single, "Redefine", has been posted online at this location. "Redefine" is the title cut from the band's upcoming album, due on March 23 through J Records. Upcoming SOIL shows: Mar. 06 - Ground Zero - Spartanburg, SC Mar. 08 - The Norva - Norfolk, VA Mar. 09 ...

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