April 2010 - Blabbermouth Archive

HOSTILE CELL: New Album Delayed

The release date of "The Deafening", the sophomore album from the Gothenburg, Sweden-based metal/rock band HOSTILE CELL, has been pushed back to May 12 from the previously announced April 6 (via the group's own Coreshot Productions, with distribution through Plugged Records). According to the group, the delay was caused by the fact that the cover ...

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GORGOROTH: Half Of Next Album Recorded In Pre-Production Form

Norwegian black metallers GORGOROTH have issued the following update: "Infernus [guitar] has just returned from rehearsals in Tomas Asklund's [drums] Monolith Studio outside of Stockholm, and the work on the follow-up album to 'Quantos Possunt ad Satanitatem Trahunt' is progressing as planned. "Half the new album (which is still untitled) has been recorded in pre-production ...

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ENFORCER: 'Diamonds' Cover Unveiled

Swedish heavy metallers ENFORCER have revealed the cover art for their new album, "Diamonds", due to be released in Europe by Earache Records on May 24 and the rest of the world by Heavy Artillery Records on May 25. Commented ENFORCER singer Olof Wikstrand: "'Diamonds' in some way refers to that we're seeing things in ...

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HEAVEN SHALL BURN To Release 'Invictus' In May

German death metal and hardcore fusionists HEAVEN SHALL BURN will release their new album, "Invictus", via Century Media Records on the following dates: Germany, Austria, Switzerland: Friday, May 21 Spain, Italy : Tuesday, May 25 Sweden, Finland, Hungary: Wednesday, May 26 Rest Of Europe: Monday, May 24 North America: Tuesday, June 8 The CD was ...

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SLASH: Entire Solo Album Available For Streaming

Legendary guitarist Slash's (GUNS N' ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER) first true solo album, simply entitled "Slash", is available for streaming in its entirety at AOL Music. "Slash" will be released in North America on April 6 via EMI Label Services and in the U.K. on May 10 through Roadrunner Records. The album features an ...

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