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Archive News Apr 10, 2001 - update 2

Finnish rock gods and BLABBERMOUTH.NET faves H.I.M. are tentatively scheduled to release their third full-length album in late August. Meanwhile, the group's recent one-song collaboration with producer Kevin Shirley (i.e. IRON MAIDEN, DREAM THEATER) will reportedly be titled “Keep On Pretending” and is due to be released as a single in May.

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Archive News Mar 31, 2001 - update 2

LIMP BIZKIT guitarist Wes Borland has expressed interest in doing an album of “ambient”, “relaxing” music with brother Scott and BIG DUMB FACE bandmate Kyle Weeks. According to Borland, the instrumental set will include 'samples, live drums … electronic ambient. In the APHEX TWINS or FUTURE SOUNDS OF LONDON vein, but slower, more sound-scapey.'

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Archive News Mar 29, 2001

LIMP BIZKIT are continuing to work on material for their fourth full-length record, with vocalist Fred Durst stating on the band's official web site that “it'll be [our fans'] favorite album yet!!” LIMP BIZKIT are not expected to begin recording the follow-up to the quadruple-platinum Chocolate Starfish &amp The Hotdog Flavored Water CD until the ...

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Archive News Mar 25, 2001

SLIPKNOT have been forced to push back the mixing sessions for their upcoming studio effort, rumored to be titled Iowa, by a full week due to producer/mixer Andy Wallace running behind schedule while mixing the debut effort from PUDDLE OF MUDD, one of the first groups signed to Fred Durst's Flaweless Records label. SLIPKNOT will ...

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Archive News Mar 24, 2001 - update 1

Former METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted will be performing an entire set with the MOSS BROTHERS at Ashkenaz, San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley, California on Sunday, April 1st at 2:00 PM, according to the official web site for the MOSS BROTHERS. Newsted played bass on the MOSS BROTHERS' second CD, to be released next month, and ...

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Archive News Mar 23, 2001 - update 1

Demolition is the title of the upcoming JUDAS PRIEST studio album, the second to feature vocalist Tim “Ripper” Owens, who replaced Rob Halford in 1996. Demolition is currently in the mixing stages, and it is tentatively set for a June release. According to JUDAS PRIEST Management Co-ordinator Jayne Andrews, the band will be playing a ...

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Archive News Mar 22, 2001 - update 1

JUDAS PRIEST have announced the Spanish leg of their upcoming European tour. The dates are as follows:

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July 04 - Anoeta, San Sebastian, ESP

July 05 - La Cubierta, Madrid, ESP

July 06 - Alcazeres, Murcia, ESP

July 07 - San Felipe Neri, Cadiz, ESP

July 09 - Feria De Muestras, Valladolid, ESP

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Archive News Mar 18, 2001 - update 2

Former CARCASS guitarist Bill Steer's new band FIREBIRD have finished recording the follow-up to last year's self-titled debut. Produced by Berno Paulsson and recorded at Berno Studios in Malmo, Sweden, the new album is tentatively entitled Deluxe, and it's set to include the following tracks:

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01. Dirt Trap

02. Forsaken

03. Lonely &amp Sober

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Archive News Mar 16, 2001 - update 1

The winning eBay bid of $4,050 on the contract Peter Criss signed for the 1996 KISS Reunion Tour and beyond belonged to that of Stan Penridge, former band mate of Peter Criss and co-writer of one of the KISS' most popular songs, 'Beth'. Penridge was the winner of a 10-day auction that saw autograph-resellers, KISS ...

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Archive News Mar 13, 2001 - update 2

The fourth installment of the Fuck The Commerce festival will be taking place between May 24th and May 26th in Neiden, Holland. The following bands are confirmed so far:

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CRYPTOPSY (Can)

EXHUMED (US)

REGURGITATE (Swe)

C.S.S.O. (Jap)

SKINLESS (US)

DEFLESHED (Swe)

DESASTER (Ger)

CENTINEX (Swe)

HOUWITSER (NL)

GROINCHURN (RSA)

BELPHEGOR (A)

CRIPPLE BASTARDS (Ita)

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