July 2016 - Blabbermouth Archive

TRIUMPH Members Reunite For RIK EMMETT's New Album

According to Melodic Rock, Rik Emmett will be rejoined by his bandmates in TRIUMPH, bassist Mike Levine and drummer Gil Moore, on three songs on the vocalist/guitarist's upcoming album, to be released later in the year. The collaboration will mark the first new music from the original TRIUMPH lineup since 1987's "Surveillance" album. ...

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ALTER BRIDGE Announces European Headlining Tour

ALTER BRIDGE has announced its long-anticipated return to Europe! Their biggest headline shows yet, the 24-date tour treks 15 countries and kicks off on November 4. Produced by Michael "Elvis" Baskette, ALTER BRIDGE's fifth studio album is planned for release in October via Napalm Records. "Fortress", the band's widely acclaimed 2013 effort, swept into charts ...

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Scientific Research Vessel Named After SOUNDGARDEN

According to The Pulse Of Radio, a scientific research vessel that will monitor water quality in Washington state's Puget Sound has been given the name SoundGuardian in honor of local Seattle musical legends SOUNDGARDEN. Drummer Matt Cameron commented: "We've won Grammys and a few awards through the years, but this is a real special one ...

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AFTERSHOK Releases 'Detonate' Album

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based classic heavy metal band AFTERSHOK has just released its third full-length studio album, "Detonate", via Auburn Records. The CD was recorded by Jim Dofka at JK Musicians Workshop in Washington, Pennsylvania. Mastering was handled by Maor Appelbaum, who has worked with such artists as HALFORD, SEPULTURA, ANVIL, DOKKEN, FAITH NO MORE and ARMORED ...

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WEDNESDAY 13 To Record 'Condolences' Album In August

Wednesday 13, who mixes punk rock and metal with kitschy horror imagery and who is formerly one-half of the MURDERDOLLS braintrust, is back on the scene and there is lots of activity taking place in his blood-spattered world. Wednesday 13 will embark on a tour this fall, traversing the U.S. in September and October. ONE-EYED ...

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