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Legendary Rockers ZEBRA To Celebrate 35th Anniversary Of Debut Album With West Coast Mini Tour

Legendary rock band ZEBRA will celebrate the thirty-fifth anniversary of its debut album by performing the LP in its entirety. The group's first West Coast tour in three decades will take place in February and will feature all original members: Randy Jackson, Felix Hanneman and Guy Gelso. Founded in 1975 in Louisiana, ZEBRA eventually relocated ...

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STREAM OF PASSION To Disband

Dutch/Mexican symphonic/progressive metallers STREAM OF PASSION have announced plans to disband. The group said in a statement: "Over the past eleven years, we've had the time of our lives playing in stages all over the world and sharing moments of joy on stage. But all good things come to an end, and we feel it's ...

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NWOBHM Cult Act SAVAGE To Return With New Double Album

NWOBHM cult act SAVAGE will release its brand new studio album "7", on October 9 via Minus 2 Zebra Records (distributed by Plastic Head). The double-disc release will include a complete live album titled "Live 'N Lethal" on second disc. Even though SAVAGE has often been linked to the NWOBHM movement, their roots are more ...

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'ShipRocked 2012' Flashback - Day 1 (Video)

ShipRocked — the ultimate rock music cruise vacation — wrapped its fourth year with record-breaking "full ship" attendance of nearly 2,500 guests from all 50 U.S. states and 20 additional countries onboard the MSC Poesia cruise ship from November 27 to December 1. Guests enjoyed unforgettable performances from 18 bands, including GODSMACK, KORN and FIVE ...

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AGALLOCH To Release 'Faustian Echoes' EP

Portland musical enigmas AGALLOCH have announced a month-long bout of live performances this summer. Slated to commence with a hometown show July 11, the tour will include a nightly rotating set list featuring both new and early material with stage times anticipated to be between 90 and 120 minutes. The band will be joined by ...

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