May 2008 - Blabbermouth Archive

TRIXTER Guitarist Discusses Upcoming VINNIE VINCENT Tribute Album

TRIXTER guitarist Steve Brown's new recording of the underground KISS track "A Million To One", a song co-written by Paul Stanley and Vinnie Vincent, premiered during the May 30 episode of nationally syndicated radio program "Friday Night Rocks". In the studio with DJ Eddie Trunk were Steve and his TRIXTER bandmate Mark "Gus" Scott, who ...

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IRON MAIDEN: Concord Photos Available

Dave Pehling of KTVU.com has uploaded a number of high-quality photos of IRON MAIDEN's May 28, 2008 concert at the Sleep Train Pavilion. IRON MAIDEN vocalist Bruce Dickinson and guitarist Dave Murray were the featured guests on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline", hosted by Bob Coburn, on Wednesday, May 21. The program ...

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SERENITY: More 'Fallen Sanctuary' Release Dates Announced

Austrian symphonic melodic metal band SERENITY will release its new album, "Fallen Sanctuary", via Napalm Records on the following dates: August 27 - Finland August 29 - Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg September 1 - Rest of Europe September 9 USA/Canada The CD was mixed by Jacob Hansen (RAUNCHY, INVOCATOR), who "has provided ...

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JOE STUMP Recording New Solo Album

REIGN OF TERROR/HOLYHELL guitarist Joe Stump has issued the following update: "The European tour back in February/March went extremely well. I played 15 dates in 20 days combining shows and clinics. A sincere thanks goes out to all that attended. A bunch of the footage was recorded in both audio and video format, so I'm ...

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MEMORY GARDEN: 'Carnage Carnival' Video Posted Online

"Carnage Carnival", the new video from MEMORY GARDEN the Sweden-based band featuring former ABSKTRAKT ALGEBRA guitarist Simon Johansson can be viewed below. The clip was shot in March 2007 with director Owe Lingvall of Village Road Film. "Carnage Carnival" is the title track of the group's new album, due later in the year via Vic ...

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