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Archive News May 23, 2001

Popular '80s Bay Area metal band DEATH ANGEL will reunite for a one-off performance at the Thrash Of The Titans benefit concert for TESTAMENT vocalist Chuck Billy, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. As previously reported, Thrash Of The Titans will be taking place on Saturday, August 11th at San Francisco's Maritime Hall, and it ...

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Archive News May 20, 2001

SLIPKNOT reportedly performed four new songs (among them 'People=Sh.t', 'Disaster Piece' and 'Heretic Song') during the opening gig of their current European tour in Lisbon, Portugal on Thursday, May 17th. In addition, all but three of the members debuted new masks at the show (same characters, but different design), which was attended by an estimated ...

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Archive News May 17, 2001

Producer Mudrock (i.e. GODSMACK, POWERMAN 5000) is the leading candidate to mix the forthcoming MACHINE HEAD CD, entitled Supercharger, which is tentatively scheduled to be released on August 20th in Europe and August 21st in the US. MACHINE HEAD has completed all the album recordings and is presently finalizing its mixing plans, with producer Johnny ...

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Archive News May 04, 2001

EXODUS and VIO-LENCE reunions are being mentioned as a possibility for a benefit concert that is currently being planned for TESTAMENT frontman Chuck Billy, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. No date has been announced yet, but the show is most likely to occur in San Francisco, and if everything goes according to plan, the ...

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Archive News Apr 30, 2001

PITCHSHIFTER will be partaking in all three dates of Britain's newest festival, Extremefest 2001, this summer. The dates are as follows:

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Aug. 18 - Glasgow, UK @ SECC

Aug. 25 - London, UK @ New River Stadium (Wood Green)

Aug. 26 - Nottingham, UK @ Wollaton Park

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Each date has a ticket price ...

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Archive News Apr 09, 2001

As reported yesterday, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN was forced to perform at The Docks in Toronto on Friday, April 6th with a reduced, three-piece band after it was discovered that proper visas and work permits had not been secured for his entire group by the time they got to the Canadian border. Yngwie, drummer John Macaluso, and ...

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Archive News Mar 19, 2001

In what has to be one of the more bizarre pairings we have heard about in quite some time, Sweden's ENTOMBED have apparently agreed to put on a string of performances at the Royal Opera Hall in Stockholm as part of a show called Unreal Estate, with the band doing a 45-minute set of brand ...

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