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DAVID VINCENT Won't Allow 'Disagreements' With Former Bandmates Stop Him From Performing MORBID ANGEL Songs He Co-Wrote

Former MORBID ANGEL and current I AM MORBID/HEADCAT frontman David Vincent says "disagreements" with his now-ex-MORBID ANGEL bandmates won't prevent him from performing the songs he co-wrote. Vincent, who left MORBID ANGEL in 2015, launched I AM MORBID last year as a way to play material solely from his former band's "Altars Of Madness" (1989), ...

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HEADCAT Feat. Ex-MORBID ANGEL Frontman DAVID VINCENT: Pro-Shot Footage Of WACKEN OPEN AIR Performance

Professionally filmed video footage of HEADCAT performing the song "(This Train Is Going) Straight To Hell" on August 5 at the Wacken Open Air festival in Wacken, Germany can be seen below. In 1999, MOTÖRHEAD frontman Lemmy Kilmister, Slim Jim Phantom (THE STRAY CATS) and rockabilly guitar-slinger Danny B. Harvey (ROCKATS) teamed up to create ...

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HEADCAT Pays Tribute To LEMMY At WACKEN OPEN AIR Festival (Video)

HEADCAT paid tribute to late MOTÖRHEAD frontman Lemmy Kilmister by performing the song "Born To Lose, Live To Win" at last weekend's Wacken Open Air festival in Wacken, Germany. Check out fan-filmed video footage below. In 1999, Lemmy, Slim Jim Phantom (THE STRAY CATS) and rockabilly guitar-slinger Danny B. Harvey (ROCKATS) teamed up to create ...

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DECAPITATED Guitarist Remembers Late Brother

Anthony Morgan of Metal Forces recently conducted an interview with DECAPITATED guitarist Wacław "Vogg" Kiełtyka. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below. On the style of new DECAPITATED album, "Anticult": Vogg: "We thought the album should be a very extreme metal album, but at the same time with lots of melodies ...

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MORBID ANGEL Cancels European Summer Festival Appearances

Death metal veterans MORBID ANGEL have been forced to cancel their European summer festival appearances slated for late July and August due to "unfortunate and last minute, unforeseen problems with a passport for one of the members of the band." MORBID ANGEL's management, World Management, said in a statement: "In well over thirty years, we ...

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