May 2002 - Blabbermouth Archive

VICTORY FLAG To Open For GRAVES In Cleveland

VICTORY FLAG will be winding down their Magical Misery Tour in support of their latest release, The Soundtrack To Your Miserable Life, with an opening gig for GRAVES, featuring ex-MISFITS members Michael Graves and Dr. Chud, on June 13th at The Hi-Fi Club in Cleveland, Ohio (a club owned by WARRANT guitarist Billy Morris). ...

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LOCO Part With Guitarist, Seek Replacement

LOCO have amicably parted ways with guitarist Brent Bednar. In an official statement from the band, lead singer/songwriter/guitarist Art had this to say: "Brent decided it was time for him to move on and do his own thing. It's all good between him and the band. We wish him the best and hope to see ...

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BIOHAZARD: CURLEY Out?

BIOHAZARD are strongly rumored to have once again parted ways with guitarist Leo Curley (ex-OUTLINE, ex-ALL MEANS NECESSARY) and are said to have replaced him with a longtime friend of frontman Evan Seinfeld named Carmine. We will have more information as it becomes available. ...

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TRANSPORT LEAGUE Strike Back With "Grand Amputation"

Sweden's TRANSPORT LEAGUE have just issued a brand new EP, entitled Grand Amputation, through their own Hoffa Communications via MNW distribution in Scandinavia. An impressive exercise in post-MACHINE HEAD groove-laden crunch with more than a fair share of melody throw in for good measure, Grand Amputation can be obtained by sending $10 US/10 EUR/100 SEK ...

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NAPALM DEATH Begin Work On New CD, Prepare Live DVD

NAPALM DEATH have completed the drum tracks for their forthcoming, as-yet-untitled album at Parkgate Studios in Hastings, England (where the group's Enemy Of The Music Business CD was recorded) and are currently taking a break before returning to the facility in early July to finish up the rest of the LP for a tentative September/October ...

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MY RUIN Seek New Label Following Split With Snapper Music

MY RUIN are presently seeking a new record deal following a two-album stint with the UK's Snapper Music label and have reportedly completed 18 new compositions for the group's third full-length CD, which is tentatively due to surface in late 2002/early 2003. Among the tracks that are set to appear on the as-yet-untitled follow-up to ...

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Former WHIPLASH Bassist Dies After Suffering Apparent Heart Attack

Former WHIPLASH/INTO ANOTHER bassist Tony Bono passed away on Friday night/Saturday morning after suffering an apparent heart attack at the age of 38, ex-WHIPLASH/SLAYER drummer Tony Scaglione has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET. A viewing will reportedly be held on Tuesday, May 28th at a funeral home in Bloomfield, New Jersey, with exact funeral arrangements yet to ...

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