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Archive News May 02, 2001

SLAYER's Kerry King will be making a guest appearance on ROB ZOMBIE's forthcoming second solo effort, which is tentatively due for release at the end of the year. The bald-headed axeman will be heading into a Hollywood studio next week to record his tracks on an as-yet-untitled tune on the Scott Humphrey-produced album, which 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 29, 2001

According to an article published in The New York Post, METHODS OF MAYHEM are involved in a legal battle over their name with a Swedish company, who claims that Lee and co. stole their moniker from a disc of sound samples created in 1995, which the Swedes have copyrighted. Both Tommy Lee and his label ...

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Archive News Apr 26, 2001

ANTHRAX have signed a US record deal with Beyond/BMG Records. According to guitarist Scott Ian, 'the deal's done. Amazing. It only took, like, 15 months. Now we just have to hope they don't go out of business like Ignition [Records did]. We're going to get to work, finally, after [drummer] Charlie [Benante] gets back from ...

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Archive News Apr 16, 2001

In the June 2001 issue of Guitar World magazine, MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine reveals the 'real' reason ANTHRAX was thrown off last summer's Maximum Rock tour, which was headlined by MOTLEY CRUE and also featured MEGADETH on the bill.

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According to Mustaine, 'when we first starting seeing low ticket sales and the tour began ...

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Archive News Apr 11, 2001 - update 1

METALLICA are preparing to begin work on their next studio album and will not necessarily be taking time out to find a new bass player before recording the upcoming opus, which is not due until sometime in 2002.

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'Obviously before we play any shows, we're gonna need someone playing bass,' ...

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Archive News Apr 10, 2001 - update 1

METALLICA and THE DEFTONES were among the winners at the first ESPN Action Sports &amp Music Awards, held on Saturday (April 7th) at the Universal Amphitheatre. METALLICA took home the 'Artist Contribution Award' for 'raising the enjoyment of action sports,” while THE DEFTONES were voted 'Artist of the Year' by BMX riders.

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Archive News Mar 31, 2001 - update 1

RAMMSTEIN's long-awaited new album, Mutter, is being released this week on CD, MC, as a limited edition and on vinyl. The limited edition is a digipack with an extra poster included. The vinyl will be available only in select German record stores.

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RAMMSTEIN will be embarking on a European tour ...

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Archive News Mar 27, 2001 - update 1

CONTROL DENIED's sophomore effort, tentatively titled When Machine And Man Collide, has had its release date pushed back until sometime after the summer, according to the group's record label Hammerheart Records. No specific reason was given for the delay, but one can only speculate that the hectic schedule of&nbsp bassist Steve DiGiorgio (who is keeping ...

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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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