September 2004 - Blabbermouth Archive

CRADLE TO GRAVE Sign Canadian Deal With YEAR OF THE SUN RECORDS

CRADLE TO GRAVE, the Vancouver-based band featuring ex-AGGRESSION guitarist Denis "Sasquatch" Barthe, recently signed a record deal with the Canadian indie label Year of the Sun. Year of the Sun will release CRADLE TO GRAVE's debut CD, "CTG", in Canada, the United Kingdom and Asia (excluding Japan) while New York-based Power Play Records will handle ...

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MNEMIC: New Audio Samples Posted Online

Two audio samples from the sophomore MNEMIC album, "The Audio Injected Soul", have been posted online at the Nuclear Blast Records web site. "The Audio Injected Soul", due on September 27 through Nuclear Blast, was recorded at AntFarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen and is said to be "much faster and more ...

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FEAR FACTORY Drummer To Produce New KRIYA CD

FEAR FACTORY drummer Raymond Herrera will reportedly produce the new album from the Los Angeles-based, female-fronted, guitar-driven alternative rock band KRIYA. Drawing upon the collective influences of everyone from KATE BUSH, DAVID BOWIE and BJORK to ALANIS MORISSETTE and TORI AMOS, KRIYA have so far released one self-financed debut album, entitled "…And Then There Was ...

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SEVENDUST, TOMMY LEE, STEREOMUD Members Join Forces In New Project

Ex-VIRGOS MERLOT/VIRGOS guitarist/vocalist Brett Hestla has joined the as-yet-unnamed new band featuring former and current members of SEVENDUST, SKRAPE, Tommy Lee's (MÖTLEY CRÜE) solo band and STEREOMUD. The group's lineup is as follows: Brett Hestla: Vocals Will Hunt (SKRAPE, TOMMY LEE): Drums Corey Lowery (ex-STEREOMUD, STUCK MOJO): Bass Troy McLawhorn (ex-DOUBLE DRIVE): Guitar Clint Lowery ...

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BOLT THROWER Part Ways With Singer, Seek Replacement

British extreme metal pioneers BOLT THROWER have announced the departure of vocalist Dave Ingram. In a statement, the band said, "Dave has been suffering with health and personal problems for a while now and he has decided that it would be best if he left the band to concentrate on his recovery. We would like ...

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