September 2005 - Blabbermouth Archive

OPETH's 'Ghost Reveries' Enters BILLBOARD Chart At No. 64!

OPETH's latest album, "Ghost Reveries", has sold just under 15,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release (according to Nielsen SoundScan) to debut at position No. 64 on next week's The Billboard 200 chart. This is substantially more than the first-week tally of the band's previous album, "Damnation", which shifted a ...

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CARPATHIAN FOREST To Take Break From Live Shows

Norwegian black metallers CARPATHIAN FOREST have posted the following message on their official web site: "CARPATHIAN FOREST have decided to take a break from all live shows for the rest of 2005 and focus on completing the new album. CF will come back strong next year with the new album and another world tour!! CARPATHIAN ...

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WARRANT Singer: New Album Has 'Very Modern Feel'

California-based hard rockers WARRANT are currently in the studio recording their first album in nine years. "Things have changed so much in the business the past few years," explains bassist Jerry Dixon, "that we decided to do what a lot of bands do now and record the album first and then go deal shopping, although ...

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ANVIL: Future Activities Outlined

Legendary Canadian metallers ANVIL will be performing at Heads Or Tails in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada on September 24. Also appearing on the bill will be HELL DRIVERS. As previously reported, ANVIL have been confirmed for the Gates of Hell 2005 festival at The Reverb in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on September 17. Also scheduled to perform ...

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DEF LEPPARD Fan Faces Charges After Urinating On Two Women

According to Ontario's The London Free Press, a rock fan faces several charges after two women were urinated on at a recent John Labatt Centre concert, London police announced yesterday. The women felt liquid splashing against the backs of their legs at a DEF LEPPARD concert Aug. 16, police said, and turned around to see ...

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