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SCOTT WEILAND: STONE TEMPLE PILOTS Have Not Broken Up

STONE TEMPLE PILOTS/VELVET REVOLVER singer Scott Weiland called into "The Cane Show" on K-Rock on Wednesday (June 16) and commented on several topics, including the future of STP, his plans with VELVET REVOLVER and his personal life. The following are some of the highlights of the conversation: On STONE TEMPLE PILOTS' current status and his ...

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DESTRUCTION Set Release Date For 'Metal Discharge'

Veteran German thrashers DESTRUCTION have set a September 22 European release date through Nuclear Blast Records for their new album, entitled "Metal Discharge". The limited-edition version of the album will include a bonus CD featuring demo material, cover tunes and a unreleased version of the DESTRUCTION classic "Bestial Invasion". The final track listing for "Metal ...

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KID ROCK And PAMELA: Is It Over?

Have Kid Rock and Pamela Anderson split? An insider tells People magazine that the couple, who have been engaged for more than a year, have called it quits. Reps for Anderson and Rock refused to comment. However, Mike Shafer, a Michigan bar owner and friend of Rock's, denies there's a rift. "They are not broken ...

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PANTERA To Issue 'Best Of' CD Through RHINO

Veteran metallers PANTERA, who have been the subject of breakup rumors for the past couple of years, will be issuing a "Best Of" CD on September 9 through Rhino Records, a subsidiary of Warner Music Group. The tentative track listing for the album, titled "The Best Of Pantera: Far Beyond The Great Southern Cowboys Vulgar ...

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OLIVER/DAWSON SAXON Postpone Tour

OLIVER/DAWSON SAXON, featuring the original founding songwriters of SAXON, guitarist Graham Oliver and bassist Steve Dawson, alongside ex-SAXON drummer Nigel Durham, guitarist Haydn Conway, and vocalist Wardi, have been forced to postpone their previously announced "Second Wave" tour due to the delays in the recording of the album of the same name. The tour, which ...

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TESTAMENT Manager Attempts To 'Shed Light' On METAL GODS TOUR Cancellation

TESTAMENT manager Phil Arnold of Thrill Entertainment has issued a rambling statement in response to fan speculation over the cause of the cancellation of the band's The 2003 Metal Gods North American Tour. As previously reported, the multi-band package trek featuring HALFORD, co-headliners TESTAMENT, IMMORTAL, CARNAL FORGE, PRIMAL FEAR, PAINMUSEUM, and AMON AMARTH was called ...

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VICIOUS RUMORS To Record 'Immortal' In July

Veteran San Francisco Bay Area melodic metallers VICIOUS RUMORS have set "Immortal" as the title of their forthcoming studio album, tentatively due in late 2003. Among the tracks set to appear on the CD are "Poveglia", "Broken Wings", "Fight" and "Broken Wings". Check out short MP3 clips at this location. VICIOUS RUMORS have ...

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BLUEBIRD: Equipment Stolen!

Los Angeles-based BLUEBIRD, featuring former AMEN guitarist Paul Figueroa, have had musical equipment stolen from their tour van while touring the U.K. with HELL IS FOR HEROES. The band's van was reportedly broken into in Leeds on Monday night (April 28) and over $8,000 worth of instruments was removed. The band will be continuing the ...

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ZAKK WYLDE: Long Island In-Store Announced

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY/OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Zakk Wylde will be making an in-store appearance at Slipped Disc Records in Valley Stream, New York on Sunday, May 11 at 6:00 p.m. BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's March 29 show in Ventura, California was filmed for the group's upcoming live DVD, "Broozed, Boozed & Broken-Boned", tentatively due in June. While ...

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As The Palaces Burn - LAMB OF GOD

"With trembling hands you'll beg for mercy / I'll show you none," roars LAMB OF GOD front man Randy Blythe in "Purified". It's a fitting battle cry for the sophomore release from the Richmond, Va. quintet, for "As The Palaces Burn" — with points docked only for brevity (three years yields just 38 minutes?) — ...

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Former BUCKCHERRY Singer Completes Work On Solo Album

Former BUCKCHERRY singer Josh Todd has completed work on his debut solo album, titled "You Made Me". The CD, which took three months to complete, was recorded in Los Angeles with Chris Johnson producing and Rob Chiarelli mixing. The complete track listing for "You Made Me" is as follows: 01. Afraid 02. Blast 03. Broken ...

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Men Beaten During GUNS N' ROSES Riot To Sue Vancouver Police

Vancouver police are being sued for beating two men outside the cancelled Nov. 7 GUNS N' ROSES concert, according to Canada.com. Lawyer Phil Rankin was planning to file a writ in B.C. Supreme Court Friday (April 25) on behalf of Robert Parent, 40, and Detlef Schroeder, 52. In November, both men filed formal police complaints ...

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DESTRUCTION Set Tentative Track Listing For 'Metal Discharge'

Veteran German thrashers DESTRUCTION have set the tentative track listing for their new album, "Metal Discharge", due in late September through Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to 2001's "The Antichrist" -will contain the following cuts: 01. The Ravenous Beast 02. Mortal Remains 03. Metal Discharge 04. Savage Symphony of Terror 05. Made To Be Broken ...

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SHARON OSBOURNE: 'OZZY Is A Lover, Not A Fighter'

"Celebrity Justice" spoke with Sharon Osbourne after she was allegedly punched by Renee Tab, a 26-year-old who works at the mighty ICM talent agency in Hollywood. Sharon was asked how hubby Ozzy Osbourne reacted to the incident, "My husband is a lover, not a fighter," she said. "And he's always had this saying — violence ...

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SHARON OSBOURNE Seeks 'Celebrity Justice'

Sharon Osbourne is set to appear on the television show "Celebrity Justice" Tuesday (April 15), according to MTV.com, to tell her version of how an altercation with a talent agent left her with a fist-size bruise on the left side of her face. "I honestly thought my jaw was broken," Osbourne says on the program. ...

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GOD FORBID Deny Singer Departure, Prepare To Record New Album

New Jersey-based quintet GOD FORBID have finally broken their silence regarding the status of their singer, Byron Davis. Davis was previously rumored to have left the group just as they were preparing to enter the studio to begin work on the follow-up to their critically acclaimed Century Media debut, "Determination". "In an effort to dispel ...

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BIOHAZARD's EVAN SEINFELD: 'Our Record Company Sucks'

BIOHAZARD frontman Evan Seinfeld has once again hit out at the group's current record label, Sanctuary Records, for their failure to properly promote the group's albums, saying that "our record company sucks" and claiming that "they don't fucking do any marketing, any promotion" for any of their bands. When asked by RockConfidential.com in a recent ...

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Former MEGADETH Frontman Breaks Silence

A year after the band's surprising breakup at the end of a respectable 20-year career that yielded several platinum and gold albums, former MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine has broken his silence and addressed his fans via a posting to the band's official web site, www.megadeth.com. Mustaine's message reads as follows: "Droogies, well it ...

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IRON MAIDEN: New Album Mastered

IRON MAIDEN have finished mastering the much-anticipated follow-up to 2000's "Brave New World", due later in the year through Sony/Columbia Records. The following is producer Kevin Shirley's latest posting to his official web site: "Woah - New York is such a fun city and now I'm in 'clear air chop' on a very bumpy teeth-rattling ...

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INVOCATOR To Release 'Through The Flesh To The Soul' In October

Reunited Danish thrashers INVOCATOR have set "Through The Flesh To The Soul" as the title for their fourth full-length album, tentatively due in early October through Italy's Scarlet Records. The CD — the group's first in eight years — features cover artwork by Chad Michael Ward (DARKANE, GRIEF OF EMERALD, etc.) and includes a guest ...

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CANDIRIA Announce First Show After Van Accident

Eight months after nearly losing their lives in a severe tractor trailer accident, CANDIRIA will make a triumphant return to the New York stage May 5. "We chose the venue where CANDIRIA got its start, the club with the most history... CBGB's," says CANDIRIA bassist Mike MacIvor. "This is like the beginning of Phase Two ...

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