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BILLY CORGAN Compares New Music Artists To Strippers

According to The Pulse Of Radio, SMASHING PUMPKINS frontman Billy Corgan blasted the current state of the music industry and alternative rock on Monday (March 12) in an interview conducted by author Brian Solis at the South By Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas. Corgan joked that even artists with real talent would have to ...

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CHICKENFOOT's JOE SATRIANI: We Were Lucky To Naturally Stumble Upon An Identifiable Sound

Peter Hodgson of IHeartGuitarBlog.com recently conducted an interview with CHICKENFOOT guitarist Joe Satriani. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below. IHeartGuitarBlog.com: The first thing that really struck me about [the new CHICKENFOOT album, "III") was that there's a really identifiable CHICKENFOOT sound. It doesn't sound like a Joe Satriani album, it ...

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DARK FORTRESS: 'Ylem' Video Released

"Ylem", the video for the title track of the new album from German black metallers DARK FORTRESS, can be viewed below. According to a press release, parts of the clip were shot at the Dechen Cave (German: Dechenhöhle) at Iserlohn in Germany. The Dechen Cave is said to be one of the most beautiful and ...

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LIFE OF AGONY, THE EXPLOITED Confirmed For Holland's SPEEDFEST

LIFE OF AGONY and THE EXPLOITED have been confirmed bands for the fifth edition of Speedfest, set to take place December 11, 2010 at Klokgebouw in Eindhoven, Holland. The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order): AIRBOURNE ANTISEEN CENOBITES LIFE OF AGONY MUNICIPAL WASTE PETER PAN SPEEDROCK PRO-PAIN THE DEVIL'S BLOOD THE ...

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BLABBERMOUTH.NET Writers Remember PETER STEELE

Metal journalists and BLABBERMOUTH.NET staffers Keith Bergman and Ryan Ogle have released the following comments eulogizing TYPE O NEGATIVE frontman Peter Steele, who passed away yesterday of suspected heart failure: Keith Bergman: "My first exposure to Peter Steele was as a college radio DJ, playing edited tracks from 'Slow, Deep and Hard' in 1991 and ...

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