November 2007 - Blabbermouth Archive

ADAMIND: Debut Album Out Now

Quebec, Canada-based progressive metal band ADAMIND has released its debut album, "Balance". Citing its main influences as AYREON, DREAM THEATER and SYMPHONY X, the group's full-length CD was mastered by Pieter Kop (AYREON) and features cover artwork by Mattias Norén (EVERGREY, AYREON, JAG PANZER). The track listing for the effort is as follows: 01. Standing ...

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SLASH On 'The Opie & Anthony Show'; Video Posted Online

Legendary GUNS N' ROSES and VELVET REVOLVER guitarist Slash was a guest on "The Opie & Anthony Show" — a talk radio program airing on XM Radio, XM Canada, DirecTV, and syndicated on terrestrial radio stations nationwide — on Thursday (November 1) to promote his self-titled memoir "Slash". Watch the four-minute interview below. Slash has ...

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DAWN OF AZAZEL Begins Recording New Material

New Zealand's most notable metal export DAWN OF AZAZEL played its first show last month since returning from a successful European tour in June. The band supported rock legends MOTÖRHEAD at their first New Zealand show on Friday, October 19 at the TSB Stadium in New Plymouth, Taranaki. Commented frontman Rigel Walshe: "We'd like to ...

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OCTAVIA SPERATI To Utilize Session Bassist, Drummer For UK Tour

Norwegian metal band OCTAVIA SPERATI has issued the following update: "We will be using a session bass player and a session drummer during our upcoming UK tour. Don't worry, there are no problems in the Octavian camp. It so happens that both Trine and Ivar's partner are pregnant. Due to this joyful situation it's impossible ...

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POWER QUEST: 'Recording Of The New Album Is Going Well'

UK melodic power metallers POWER QUEST have have issued the following update: "The recording of the new album is going well. Francesco [Tresca] has completed his drum tracks for all the songs and Andrea [Martongelli] has already started the guitars and is making awesome progress. Steve Scott will fly to Italy this week to put ...

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