January 2002 - Blabbermouth Archive

GUANO APES To Return With New Album In The Fall

Germany's GUANO APES are currently in intensive writing sessions for their third CD, and if all goes well, they expect to issue the upcoming effort (the follow-up to 2000's Don't Give Me Names) before the fall. European live dates are already being booked to coincide with the album's release. ...

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BLACK SABBATH's Stonehenge Model Lives On!

According to the design company LSD (Light and Sound Design), which was responsible for building the Stonehenge stage set used on BLACK SABBATH's ill-fated Born Again 1983 tour (featuring Ian Gillan on vocals), the actual set used was scrapped in the US after the aforementioned trek, but they still have the model in their possession. ...

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LOST IN TEARS To Release "Dialogue..." In April/May

Finland's LOST IN TEARS are currently at Mango Studios in Porvoo, Finland recording their upcoming CD, entitled Dialogue With Mirror And God, which is scheduled to be issued through Locomotive Music in April/May. Co-produced by the band and Marko "Puke" Kataja, Dialogue With Mirror And God will contain the following 11 songs: 01. Without you ...

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GHOULTOWN To "Give 'Em More Rope" In April

Former SOLITUDE AETURNUS bassist Lyle Steadham's new band GHOULTOWN (in which he plays bass and sings) will enter an Austin, Texas studio on January 25th to begin recording their new album, entitled Give 'Em More Rope, for an April release. Among the tracks that are set to appear on the forthcoming CD are the following: ...

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CRYPTOPSY Announce European Tour

Canadian death metallers CRYPTOPSY will join Spain's HAEMORRHAGE, Germany's SPAWN and PROFANITY on a European tour that is scheduled to kick off on April 12th and last through May 5th. The stops on the tour will include cities in the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and ...

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SILVERCHAIR Add Two Keyboardists For Big Day Out

Australia's SILVERCHAIR will bring along not one, but two keyboard players on their upcoming Big Day Out festival tour, according to the group's official web site. The unusual move will allow the live versions of their new songs to contain lots of the extra sounds which feature on their albums. Neon Ballroom tour keyboardist Sam ...

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