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STATIC-X Go "Power Metal" On RAMONES Tribute

STATIC-X have just completed their cover of THE RAMONES' "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment" at Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California for the upcoming DV8/Columbia Records tribute to THE RAMONES. Also scheduled to appear on the collection are ROB ZOMBIE, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, EDDIE VEDDER, MARILYN MANSON, GREEN DAY, MOTORHEAD, RANCID, BILLY CORGAN, THE OFFSPRING, ...

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RUSH To Release "Vapor Trails" In May, North American Tour To Follow

Veteran Canadian rockers RUSH will release their much-anticipated new album, entitled Vapor Trails, on May 14th through Atlantic Records. The group's 17th studio recording, Vapor Trails marks the band's first all-new release since 1996, and comes as the follow-up to their RIAA gold-certified Test For Echo. Produced by Paul Northfield (i.e. MARILYN MANSON, HOLE), the ...

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TILES Finalize Track Listing For "Window Dressing"

Detroit-based progressive rockers TILES have finalized the track listing for their forthcoming album, entitled Window Dressing, which will be recorded in late spring with former RUSH/VOIVOD producer Terry Brown and released in the fall through Inside Out Records. The songs set to appear on the CD are as follows: 01. All She Knows 02. Window ...

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FAMILY VALUES 2001 CD Due In Early May

On May 7th, Elektra Records will be releasing a Family Values live CD, recorded during last year's successful outing. The tentative track listing for the album is as follows: 01. STONE TEMPLE PILOTS - "Vasoline" 02. LINKIN PARK - "Runaway" 03. STAIND - "Fade" 04. STONE TEMPLE PILOTS - "Wonderful" (feat. Chester Bennington of LINKIN ...

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MR. BIG's Farewell Live Album Due In April

MR. BIG's final live album, which was recorded on the band's recently-completed farewell tour of Japan, is due to receive a Japanese release through WEA Japan on April 24th. As a result of the band's recent split with Atlantic Records, there is no release date yet scheduled for other territories. The album's tentative track listing ...

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TILES Prepare "Window Dressing" For Late 2002 Release

Detroit-based progressive rockers TILES have completed work on five songs for their forthcoming studio CD, tentatively titled Window Dressing, and will remain in pre-production mode for the next couple of months before entering the studio to begin tracking the effort. The band are hoping to bring former RUSH/VOIVOD producer Terry Brown into rehearsals this spring ...

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RUSH To Issue New Album In May

RUSH will issue an as-yet-untitled new album on May 14th through Atlantic/Anthem Records in the US. The trio's first studio album since 1996's Test For Echo, the album will reportedly be followed by a world tour, the group's first live dates since the Test For Echo tour ended on July 4th, 1997, in Ottawa. The ...

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Is Rush Limbaugh A NEVERMORE Fan?!

Is conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh a NEVERMORE fan? One would think so, considering that a snippet of the Seattle group's Inside Four Walls track is being used to transition from commercials back to the regular show. No wonder Mr. Limbaugh has lost most of his hearing, one would say. ...

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DEADSY Set Release Date For Debut CD (Again)

DEADSY have set May 14th as the tentative release date for their long-awaited debut CD, entitled Commencement, through Elementree/Dreamworks Records. The final track listing for the effort is shaping up as follows: 01. The Key To Gramercy Park (3:12) (feat. KORN's Jonathan Davis) 02. Winners (4:22) 03. Brand New Love (4:34) 04. The Mansion World ...

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H.I.M. To Embark On Lengthy Hiatus

Finland's H.I.M. have announced that they will be taking a break from all touring and recording activities for the foreseeable future in order to “escape the hectic rush and pressure it had to cope with during the last [few] years,” according to a statement posted at www.him-music.de. As a result, H.I.M. will not be issuing ...

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Archive News Nov 05, 2001

Los Angeles' MEDICATION, featuring former MACHINE HEAD / SOULFLY guitarist Logan Mader, ex-UGLY KID JOE / LIFE OF AGONY vocalist Whitfield Crane, ex-ADAYINTHELIFE guitarist Blunt and SOULFLY drummer Roy Mayorga, have refuted the recent reports of Mayorga leaving the band in order to rejoin SOULFLY on a full-time basis. According to an ...

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Archive News Oct 18, 2001

The official web site of the heavy metal band ANTHRAX at www.anthrax.com has reportedly received 8 million hits in the last two weeks, with 325,000 unique visitors connecting to the site in the wake of the recent anthrax bacteria terrorist scare that has sent fear and panic through the streets of America. ...

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Archive News Oct 16, 2001

CANDLEMASS bassist/mainman Leif Edling has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET that the Swedish doomsters' most celebrated line-up—including Edling and vocalist Messiah Marcolin—have been officially approached by the organizers of the Sweden Rock Festival (Michael Ivarsson) to appear at next year's installment of the event, which is scheduled to take place on June 7-8, 2002 ...

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Archive News Sep 26, 2001

Rumors of an imminent reunion of the most celebrated line-up of Swedish doomsters CANDLEMASS were given new life recently when former vocalist Messiah Marcolin took the stage with a CANDLEMASS cover band in Gothenburg, Sweden to perform five songs with the group while dressed in full monk regalia that had been become the singer's ...

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Archive News Sep 11, 2001

Desperately seeking to make peace to everyone who has previously supported the group in an attempt to rebuild a career that has inarguably seen its best days, MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine is continuing to reach out to former foes through personal postings via the group's official web site at www.megadeth.com. In the wake of ...

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Archive News Aug 13, 2001

POWERMAN 5000 vocalist/mainman Spider One has confirmed that the group's previously announced headlining tour (which was also set to include SALIVA, MACHINE HEAD, STEREOMUD and HALFCOCKED) has been cancelled and that the release date of their Anyone For Doomsday? CD has been pushed back to early 2002, but has rejected any implication that the ...

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Archive News Aug 07, 2001

MACHINE HEAD's Supercharger CD has been pushed back to an October release through Roadrunner Records via distribution from Universal. It is believed that the label's recently-completed joint-venture agreement with the Island Def Jam Music Group is largely to blame for this most recent delay, which has resulted in several other releases getting pushed back, ...

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Archive News Aug 06, 2001 - update 2

Australia's ALCHEMIST have signed a three-album recording deal with Relapse Records for the whole world except Australia, where they will remain with Chatterbox Records. As part of the deal, Relapse will issue the band's Organasm CD worldwide in October. The band is currently writing new material for a new studio album, which is due ...

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Archive News Jul 31, 2001

METALLICA guitarist/vocalist James Hetfield spoke out for the first time about his ongoing battle with alcoholism and “other addictions” via a statement posted on the METALLICA Club web site. James' short message reads as follows: “It took a lot for me to admit to my problems, and it's a great feeling to have the ...

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Archive News Jun 28, 2001

QUEENSRYCHE have now officially confirmed that they will be performing at the Moore Theatre in Seattle on July 27th and 28th. Both shows will be recorded in audio and video for an upcoming double live album and DVD.


SYSTEM OF A DOWN's upcoming Toxicity effort, which is due for ...

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Archive News Jun 12, 2001

SEPULTURA bassist Paulo Jr., guitarist Andreas Kisser and drummer Igor Cavalera travelled from their home town of São Paulo, Brazil to Rio De Janeiro yesterday, June 11th, to take part in a songwriting collaboration with the 'carioca band' O RAPPA for the latter band's upcoming live album.


Here is JUDAS PRIEST's full set list ...

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Archive News Jun 10, 2001

DEADSY, who feature in their ranks guitarist/vocalist Elijah Blue Allman (the son of actress Cher), will play the House Of Blues in Orange County, California on Thursday, June 28th. HATE DEPT. will be the support act at the show. Currently signed to KORN's Elementree imprint (via Dreamworks Records) after failed stints with Elektra and ...

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Archive News Jun 09, 2001

According to guitarist Scott Ian, ANTHRAX plan on getting together June 13th to begin working on material for the group's next studio opus, which is tentatively scheduled for release in early 2002 through Nuclear Blast Records in Europe and Beyond/BMG Records in the US. Ian also confirmed that talks are underway for ANTHRAX to possibly ...

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Archive News Jun 01, 2001

SLAYER have finalized the track listing for their God Hates Us All opus, which is presently scheduled for a July 10th release through American/Sony Recordings. The songs set to appear on the final version are as follows:

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01. Darkness Of Christ

02. Disciple

03. God Send Death

04. New Faith

05. Bloodline

06. Threshold

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Archive News Apr 27, 2001

According to informed sources, the UK's PITCHSHIFTER are still in talks with Sanctuary Records about a possible deal, and if all goes well, the band are hoping to begin recording a new album before the end of the summer. Vocalist JS Clayden recently confirmed that the group 'are talking to the labels that we think ...

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Archive News Apr 18, 2001 - update 2

The reunited LYNCH MOB, featuring ex-DOKKEN guitarist George Lynch, have lined up a few more US dates during early May. The shows are as follows:

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May 02 - Nashville, TN @ Outerlimits

May 03 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade

May 04 - Orlando, FL @ Fairbanks Inn

May 05 - Fort Lauderdale, FL @ ...

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Archive News Apr 13, 2001 - update 1

SLAYER are currently in the studio mixing their upcoming album, tentatively titled Soundtracks Of The Apocalypse, and are scheduled to complete the mixing process on April 20th, according to the group's publicist. The Matt Hyde-produced CD is due for release through American / Columbia Records on July 3rd.


Japan's LOUDNESS will reportedly be issuing ...

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Archive News Apr 10, 2001 - update 2

Finnish rock gods and BLABBERMOUTH.NET faves H.I.M. are tentatively scheduled to release their third full-length album in late August. Meanwhile, the group's recent one-song collaboration with producer Kevin Shirley (i.e. IRON MAIDEN, DREAM THEATER) will reportedly be titled “Keep On Pretending” and is due to be released as a single in May.


DEADSY, ...

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