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THE PANIC CHANNEL To Work With VELVET REVOLVER Producer

THE PANIC CHANNEL, the new band featuring three quarters of the most recent lineup of JANE'S ADDICTION (guitarist Dave Navarro, drummer Stephen Perkins, and bassist Chris Chaney) and former SKYCYCLE vocalist Steve Isaacs, are scheduled to enter the studio on Tuesday (June 7) to "do some work with Josh Abraham who [produced] the VELVET REVOLVER ...

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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE: DVD Tentatively Due In November

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE are tentatively planning on releasing a DVD in November, according to Billboard.com. "We're still looking at what that could be, because we have so much archival footage," QOTSA frontman Josh Homme told Billboard.com earlier this year. "We allow people to tape and video our shows, so we have compiled stuff ...

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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE: Vinyl Lullabies

Launch Radio Networks reports: QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE will release a limited-edition, double-disc vinyl version of its latest album, "Lullabies to Paralyze", on June 28, according to a posting at the band's official web site. The set will feature three bonus tracks and will be available in most stores or online at Qotsa.com. "Lullabies" ...

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ROB ZOMBIE To Complete New Album After OZZFEST

ABC ePrep reports: ROB ZOMBIE says he's hoping to wrap up work on his next album after he finishes this summer's Ozzfest tour. He says he had originally wanted to finish the disk before the outing, but he simply doesn't have time. Among the people who have played on the record so far are LIMP ...

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It's Official: GIZMACHI Added To OZZFEST's Second Stage

As BLABBERMOUTH.NET first reported on May 1, upstate New York's GIZMACHI have now officially filled one of the "mystery band" slots on the second stage of this year's Ozzfest. GIZMACHI will release their debut CD, "The Imbuing", on May 3 on Big Orange Clown Records, an imprint of Sanctuary Records. "The Imbuing" was produced by ...

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GIZMACHI Rumored For OZZFEST's Second Stage

Upstate New York's GIZMACHI are rumored to have landed one of the "mystery band" slots on the second stage of this year's Ozzfest. An official confirmation is said to be coming sometime this week. GIZMACHI will release their debut CD, "The Imbuing", on May 3 on Big Orange Clown Records, an imprint of Sanctuary Records. ...

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The Imbuing - GIZMACHI

OK, I'll admit it. I made some assumptions about this band that put my objectivity at risk before the first spin of "The Imbuing". My initial thoughts were that GIZMACHI's debut album would be nothing more than the next CD with a big name backer (SLIPKNOT's #6, M. Shawn Crahan) to be played endlessly in ...

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INME: New Album Due In June

Britain's INME will release their eagerly anticipated sophomore album, "White Butterfly", on June 20 via V2 Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Overgrown Eden", which was recorded in Los Angeles with revered producer Josh Abraham (KORN, COURTNEY LOVE, LIMP BIZKIT, VELVET REVOLVER), "fulfills all the early promose of the group's debut (which sold over 50,000 copies ...

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ROB ZOMBIE's OZZFEST 2005 Lineup Revealed

ROB ZOMBIE has once again recruited the services of bassist Rob "Blasko" Nicholson for his upcoming stint as the second-stage headliner at this year's Ozzfest, informed sources have told BLABBERMOUTH.NET. Zombie's complete touring lineup now consists of the following: Rob Zombie - Vocals John 5 (ex-MARILYN MANSON) – Guitar Tommy Clufetos (ALICE COOPER) - Drums ...

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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE Explain LANEGAN's Absence

NME.com is reporting that vocalist Mark Lanegan has left the QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE U.S. tour under mysterious circumstances, fuelling rumors of a fight between him and QUEENS leader Josh Homme. On Monday (April 4), the band released a statement on their official web site, confirming that Lanegan had taken a break due to ...

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Lullabies to Paralyze - QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE

The fourth album from QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE finds the ever-changing group drifting further away from the sludgy stoner rock of its immediate predecessor, the legendary KYUSS. Heavy moments still stand out on this highly-anticipated release, but "Lullabies" is probably the collective's most diverse offering yet. Nevertheless, the band still retains an unpredictable, uncompromised ...

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EAGLES OF DEATH METAL Hard At Work On Second Album

EAGLES OF DEATH METAL, the side project of QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE frontman Josh Homme, are currently wrapping up its second album, "Death by Sexy", which they hope to have in stores this summer. "In order for the first album [2004's 'Peace, Love, Death Metal'] not to seem like a fluke, this one needed ...

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Dare I Say - HERMANO

While his former bandmate Josh Homme rides QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE to platinum success, ex-KYUSS vocalist John Garcia can't seem to get his shit together, comparatively speaking. First emerging with the short-lived SLO BURN project, he then helmed UNIDA, who signed to American Recordings and spent $350,000 on a debut CD that still languishes ...

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