September 2005 - Blabbermouth Archive

ALICE COOPER To Release Vintage Concert

TheRockRadio.com is reporting that a rare ALICE COOPER concert film will make its first appearance on home video in November. "Live 1973: Billion Dollar Babies Tour", which played theatres that year in limited release, will arrive on DVD on November 8. The DVD includes 14 songs, plus a new interview with Cooper, the original theatrical ...

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JUDAS PRIEST: Pittsburgh Concert Canceled

According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the JUDAS PRIEST concert scheduled for Sept. 24 at the Post-Gazette Pavilion has been canceled due to tour scheduling conflicts. The show will not be rescheduled. Refunds are available at the point of purchase or by calling TicketMaster Customer Service at 412-323-1919. ...

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STUCK MOJO: U.K. Tour Dates Announced

Reunited Atlanta-based rap-metal pioneers STUCK MOJO have lined up the following U.K. dates in October/November: Oct. 28 - Margate, UK @ Lido Oct. 29 - Birmingham, UK @ Barfly Oct. 30 - London, UK @ Highbury Garage Oct. 31 - Leeds, UK @ Josephs Well Nov. 01 - Liverpool, UK @ Barfly Nov. 02 - ...

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COLD: Overcoming Pain

Launch Radio Networks reports: COLD released its fourth album, "A Different Kind of Pain", on Tuesday (Aug. 30) and its arrival marks the end of a dark period in the life of lead singer Scooter Ward. The vocalist was struggling with several personal problems before making the record, but he told Launch the disc itself ...

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SEVEN WITCHES To Support KAMELOT

SEVEN WITCHES have been confirmed as the support act for KAMELOT on the following dates: Nov. 15 – Jaxx - West Springfield, VA Nov. 21 - B.B. King's - New York, NY SEVEN WITCHES will release their sixth album, "Amped", in the fall via Sweden's Regain Records. The follow-up to last year's "Year of the ...

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KORN Visit Auschwitz

According to a posting on the KORN fan site KornTV.co.uk, KORN visited the World War II Nazi death camp Auschwitz on Wednesday (Aug. 31) while they were in Poland for their appearance at the Metal Hammer Festival. Onet.pl reported that all four guys observed the tour of the 1940s camp in complete silence, ...

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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE Frontman Ordered To Rest

Launch Radio Networks reports: QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE frontman Josh Homme was diagnosed with exhaustion and ordered by a doctor to rest in bed, according to the band's official web site. The group was forced to cancel its Tuesday night (August 30) show in Stuggart, Germany as a result. Homme has been on tour ...

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NOCTURNE Join MUSHROOMHEAD for FREEDOM TOUR This Fall

Riding high off the success of their fourth album "Guide to Extinction" (Triple X Records), the industrial metal band NOCTURNE has announced that they have teamed up with Jägermeister, MUSHROOMHEAD and DOPE as part of the Music for FREEdom Tour that runs through September. The Music for FREEdom Tour was designed to give something back ...

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