VASSLINE Nominated in 'Best Rock' Category At KOREAN MUSIC AWARDS
Korea's metalcore act VASSLINE have been nominated in the "Best Rock" category at this year's Korean Music Awards (the Korean Grammy equivalent). VASSLINE are the only metal act to be nominated at this year's event, which is scheduled to be held on March 22 at the GeonGuk University Hall in Seoul.
"Best Rock" nominees at the Korean Music Awards 2005:
GLAM - "The Glam"
N.E.X.T - "Gae Han Min Guk"
RUX - "Where We Go"
RAINYSUN - "Woman"
VASSLINE - "Blood of Immortality"
In other news, Dope Entertainment has set an April 11 release date for the reissue of VASSLINE's debut album, "The Portrait of Your Funeral". The currently out-of-print CD has been reworked to include new artwork and bonus tracks in the form of songs from the group's first EP, "Bloodthirsty" (originally issued in 2000). The reissue will also feature a brand new studio track, entitled "ValcanPo".
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