July 2008 - Blabbermouth Archive

MOTÖRHEAD: 'Motörizer' Digipack, LP Versions Detailed

MOTÖRHEAD will release "Motörizer" through SPV Records on the following dates: USA: August 26 Germany: August 29 Rest of Europe: September 1 The follow-up to 2006's "Kiss of Death" was recorded in part (drums only) at FOO FIGHTERS frontman/ex-NIRVANA drummer Dave Grohl's Studio 606 in Northridge, California with producer Cameron Webb, who also worked on ...

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MEGADETH To Start Recording In The Fall

MEGADETH's official webmaster Dave McRobb has issued the following update: "So.... I was talking to my beloved master [Dave Mustaine] tonight on the phone and he wanted me to let you all know that things are moving along oh so well with the brand new studio! The project is in its initial phases... large warehouse ...

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OZZY OSBOURNE's MONSTERS OF ROCK: Video Highlights Available

Ozzy Osbourne's official video channel OzTV has uploaded a four-minute clip featuring highlights from the Monsters of Rock festival, which was held on Saturday, July 26 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 16,500 headbangers young and old reportedly flocked to McMahon Stadium for the 11 metal bands that made up the event, headed by OZZY OSBOURNE and ...

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BROWN JENKINS To Record New EP

Austin, Texas-based black metal band BROWN JENKINS will enter the studio on August 1 to begin recording a new three-song EP entitled "Welcome the Bitterness". The CD will contain around 16-17 minutes of new material and will be released on God is Myth as part of the label's Lovecraft tribute series. "Welcome the Bitterness" track ...

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DEMONICAL To Utilize Session Drummer For German Dates

DEMONICAL, the Swedish death metal band featuring past and present members from CENTINEX, GRAVE, REGURGITATE, INTERMENT, AMARAN, WORLD BELOW and DELLAMORTE, will utilize a session drummer for its upcoming dates in Germany in September. The group's regular skinsman, Ronnie Bergerståhl, will be on the road with GRAVE in the fall and will be unable to ...

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