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ELECTRIC EARTH To Record Tribute To Hometown Hero

Sweden's ELECTRIC EARTH will enter M15 Sonics studio this weekend to record a tribute to hometown hero Peter LeMarc with a song called "Little Willie John". The track will be featured on a tribute record scheduled for a 2008 release. ELECTRIC EARTH previously used M15 Sonics studio to record its debut album, "Organic Songs ~ ...

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'La Loco X-Treme Metal Live' DVD Due In October

According to Headbanger's Blog, Regain will issue its second extreme metal compilation, "La Loco X-Treme Metal Live Volume 1: 2003 – 2005", on October 9. The DVD features two videos each from: DARK TRANQUILLITY, MARDUK, SAMAEL, KRISIUN, IMMOLATION, DEATH ANGEL, DEW-SCENTED and LOUDBLAST. Regain's first video comp, "Regain Records Compilation #1: Music with ...

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IN FLAMES, DARK TRANQUILLITY, KEEP OF KALESSIN: Photos From ARVIKAFESTIVALEN Available

More than 160 high-quality photos from this year's Arvikafestivalen taken by Swedish metal photographer Daniel Falk have been posted online at MetalNyheter.se. Arvikafestivalen 2007 was held July 12-14 in Arvika Sweden. Bands that appeared at the event included: DARK TRANQUILLITY IN FLAMES WITHIN TEMPTATION PAIN KEEP OF KALESSIN VOMITORY SABATON THE 69 EYES ...

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ENTOMBED Confirmed For Sweden's METALTOWN Festival

Long-running Swedish metallers ENTOMBED have been confirmed for the Metaltown festival, set to take place this Saturday, June 30 at Frihammen in Gothenburg, Sweden. The festival billing is now shaping up as follows: SLAYER (US) MACHINE HEAD (US) MASTODON (US) ENTOMBED (S) MUSTASCH (S) HARDCORE SUPERSTAR (S) RAISED FIST (S) ILL NINO (US) MARDUK (S) ...

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SOMBER, MARIONETTE Confirmed For Sweden's METALTOWN Festival

SOMBER and MARIONETTE have been confirmed for the Metaltown festival, set to take place June 30 at Frihammen in Gothenburg, Sweden. The two bands were added to the event after winning a contest that was held in Gothenburg. The festival billing is now shaping up as follows: BACKWATER CANDLEMASS CULT OF LUNA DIGRESSION ASSASSIN HARDCORE ...

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MUSTASCH, BACKWATER Confirmed For Sweden's METALTOWN Festival

MUSTASCH, SYCONAUT, DIGRESSION ASSASSIN and BACKWATER have been confirmed for the Metaltown festival, set to take place June 30 at Frihammen in Gothenburg, Sweden. The festival billing is shaping up as follows: BACKWATER (S) CANDLEMASS (S) CULT OF LUNA (S) DIGRESSION ASSASSIN (S) HARDCORE SUPERSTAR (S) ILL NINO (US) MACHINE HEAD (US) MARDUK (S) MASTODON ...

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ELECTRIC EARTH: 'Selling Souls' Vinyl EP Detailed

Sweden's ELECTRIC EARTH has announced more details about its upcoming vinyl EP, "Selling Souls", due at the end of April. The A-side will feature the two newly recorded, non-album tracks "Bring on the Storm" and "Unicorn" while the B-side offers two covers featuring special guests. Mattias "Ia" Eklundh from FREAK KITCHEN plays a blinding solo ...

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ELECTRIC EARTH To Release New Album In May

Sweden's ELECTRIC EARTH will release its second album, "Vol II – Words Unspoken", in early May via Belgium's classic metal label Mausoleum Records. The rest of the world will receive the CD in late May or early June. The album, which was recorded at Studio Bohus with producer Roberto Laghi (MUSTASCH, HARDCORE SUPERSTAR, FREAK KITCHEN, ...

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MUSTASCH Signs With REGAIN RECORDS

Swedish stoner rockers MUSTASCH have signed a deal with Regain Records. The band's new six-song EP, entitled "Parasite", is due in November. Check out the video for the title track, "Parasite", on the band's web site, www.mustasch.net. MUSTASCH has constantly dominated the Swedish album charts over the years with albums like "Above All", ...

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ELECTRIC EARTH Complete Work On Sophomore Album

ELECTRIC EARTH, the Trollhättan, Sweden-based hard rock band featuring Peter Gottlieb (vocals and guitar; formerly with the ROLLIN' MACHINE), Tommy Scalisi (lead guitar; GOOSEFLESH, RAT SALAD), Lyris Karlsson (bass; RAT SALAD) and Lars Berger (drums; GOOSEFLESH, RISING), have completed work on their second CD, "Vol II – Words Unspoken". At the moment, they are looking ...

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MUSTASCH Begin Recording New Album

Swedish hard rockers MUSTASCH, featuring former B-THONG vocalist Ralph Gyllenhammar, have signed a deal with Bohus Entertainment in Gothenburg. They are currently recording a new album at Studio Bohus together with producer Tobias Lindell. The band plan to finish the album by March and are in the middle of negotiations with foreign companies regarding licensing. ...

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IN FLAMES, SEPULTURA, MACHINE HEAD, ARCH ENEMY Members Reveal Their Favorite Albums Of 2005

In the December/January issue of the Swedish magazine Close-Up, a number of heavy metal/hard rock musicians list their favorite albums of 2005. Andreas Kisser (SEPULTURA): BIOHAZARD – "Means to an End" CLAUSTROPHOBIA – "Fulminant" EXODUS – "Shovel Headed Kill Machine" Anders Fridén (IN FLAMES): NINE INCH NAILS - "With teeth" 10 YEARS – "The Autumn ...

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RAMMSTEIN, APOCALYPTICA, HAMMERFALL Confirmed For Sweden's METALTOWN Festival

RAMMSTEIN, APOCALYPTICA, DARK TRANQUILLITY, NINE, HAMMERFALL and BESEECH are the confirmed acts for this year's Metaltown festival, set to take palce July 30 at Frihamnen in Gothenburg, Sweden. Last year's Metaltown festival included appearances by ALICE COOPER, DIMMU BORGIR, TURBONEGRO, IN FLAMES, BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION and MUSTASCH. For more information, visit www.metaltown.se. ...

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RAM Confirmed For Sweden's METALTOWN Festival

According to a posting on their web site, RAM, the Swedish "traditional" heavy metal band featuring Leif Larsson (bass, ex-FROZEN EYES) and Morgan Pettersson (drums, ex-B-THONG), have been confirmed for the Metaltown festival, a one-day event scheduled to take place June 19 at Bananpiren in Gothenburg, Sweden. The lineup of acts currently scheduled to appear ...

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THE HAUNTED Win Swedish 'Grammy' For 'Best Hard Rock'

THE HAUNTED have won a Swedish "Grammy" award in the "Best Hard Rock" category for their 2003 release "One Kill Wonder". The highly acclaimed thrashers, who were recently rejoined by original vocalist Peter Dolving, beat out the likes of OPETH, MUSTASCH, EVERGREY and BACKYARD BABIES to win the award, which was presented to the group ...

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OPETH Win Swedish GRAMMY!

OPETH have won a Swedish Grammy in the "Best Hard Rock" category for their "Deliverance" album at the 2003 Grammisgala, held last night (Feb. 18) in Stockholm, Sweden. Previous winners include THE HAUNTED (2000), BACKYARD BABIES (1998, 2001) and MISERY LOVES CO. (1997). The other nominees in the "Best Hard Rock" category were IN FLAMES, ...

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MISDEMEANOR Announce Upcoming Gigs

Swedish all-girl outfit MISDEMEANOR have lined up the following gigs during November/December: Nov. 08 – Stockholm, SWE @ Klubben (w/MUSTASCH) Nov. 16 – Västerås, SWE @ Taj Mahal Dec. 08 – Paris, SWE @ Stone Wizards Festival (w/HERMANO, NEBULA, MUSHROOM RIVER BAND, LOWRIDER, BLACKSTONE, LOADING DATA, EON MEGAHERTZ) Dec. 14 – Uppsala, SWE @ Fellini ...

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IMMORTAL Cancel TUSKA 2002 Appearance

Norwegian black metallers IMMORTAL were forced to cancel their appearance at Finland's Tuska 2002 festival due to undisclosed "delicate family matters," according to an official statement from the group. "The band deeply feel bad about this, but promise to come back later in the year for another gig instead," continues the statement. As previously reported, ...

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THE PROJECT HATE, 2 TON PREDATOR To Play TUSKA 2002 Club Gig

THE PROJECT HATE, featuring Jörgen Sandström of ENTOMBED/GRAVE fame, and fellow Swedes 2 TON PREDATOR will play at Tavastia Club in Helsinki, Finland on July 12th as part of the Tuska 2002 festival. In its fifth installment, Tuska 2002 festival (which is scheduled to take place on July 12-14 in the Kaisaniemi park in the ...

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Archive News Apr 06, 2001 - update 1

In an online chat with Australia's Radio Undercover, KISS' Gene Simmons revealed that KISS would be performing at Moscow's Red Square for the first time in front of 200,000 people later in the year. According to Simmons, “we're just going there by ourselves and the government is already making some noise over there about the ...

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Archive News Mar 07, 2001 - update 2

PANTERA will reportedly be mounting a festival-sized summer tour that is also rumored to include SLAYER, STATIC-X, ROB HALFORD, C.O.C. and MORBID ANGEL, with other major acts to be announced when the complete bill is unveiled in early April.


THE TIME BOMBS is the name of the new band of Johnny Jetson and Stevie ...

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