July 2008 - Blabbermouth Archive

TWILIGHT GUARDIANS Call It Quits

Finnish metallers TWILIGHT GUARDIANS have issued the following update: "This is to let you all know that after August 29, 2008, TWILIGHT GUARDIANS exists no more as a band. It's also the date of our final show in our hometown of Salo. There are absolutely no personal conflicts involved and we remain the best friends ...

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KILLSWITCH ENGAGE: New Audio Interview Posted Online

A new audio interview with KILLSWITCH ENGAGE members Adam Dutkiewicz (guitar) and Howard Jones (vocals) has been posted online at ListenIn.org. KILLSWITCH ENGAGE is expected to spend most of the rest of 2008 writing and recording material for its new album, tentatively due early next year via Roadrunner Records. KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's sophomore Roadrunner ...

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CINDERELLA: New Audio Interview With ERIC BRITTINGHAM Posted Online

Bassist Eric Brittingham of the multi-platinum '80s hard rock band CINDERELLA was a call-in guest on the June 28, 2008 edition of "The Classic Metal Show". Listen to the 25-minute interview below. CINDERELLA recently cancelled its U.S. tour with WARRANT, LYNCH MOB and LYNAM after frontman Tom Keifer's left vocal cord hemorrhaged during rehearsal, thereby ...

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HATEBREED: 'Live Dominance' DVD Release Date Revealed

Connecticut hardcore/metal veterans HATEBREED will release their first-ever live DVD, entitled "Live Dominance", on September 2 via KOCH. The main DVD concert shoot took place at Harpo's in Detroit on Saturday, March 29, 2008 in front of a sold-out crowd. Directed by Kevin Custer, the DVD will also feature a collection of recent live shows ...

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NIGHTWISH: Footage From Helsinki Concert Posted Online

Finnish/Swedish symphonic metallers NIGHTWISH have posted video footage from their June 26, 2008 concert at the Kaisaniemi venue in Helsinki, Finland. Watch the "Slaying the Dreamer" and "7 Days to the Wolves" clips below. NIGHTWISH was recently honored with a platinum award in Germany for sales in excess of 50,000 copies of its "End of ...

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