September 2005 - Blabbermouth Archive

INSANITY To Release Compilation Of Early Material

The old-school death metal pioneers INSANITY are back home, having completed a tour of California with EXHUMED, ABSCESS and SKARP. INSANITY will be releasing a compilation of their earllier material on Parasitic Twin Productions, the same label EXHUMED's "Garbage Daze Re-Regurgitated" is on. Both CDs will be distributed by Relapse. ...

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DEVIN TOWNSEND Talks About Producing DARKEST HOUR

The Megalith rock webzine recently conducted an interview with STRAPPING YOUNG LAD mastermind Devin Townsend. Several excerpts from the chat follow: The Megalith: I reviewed the latest DARKEST HOUR album [which Devin produced]. I was really impressed and it was being touted as a masterpiece. I was wondering how that came about. Devin ...

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H.I.M.: New Album Samples Posted Online

A brand-new H.I.M. track, entitled "Behind the Crimson Door", is available for streaming at this location. "Behind the Crimson Door" comes off the Finnish goth-metallers' new album, "Dark Light", due on September 27 via Sire. The follow-up to 2003's "Love Metal" was recorded in Los Angeles and mixed at New York's Electric Lady ...

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MASTERPLAN Singer Completes Work On New Solo Album

MASTERPLAN frontman Jorn Lande (ex-ARK, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) has completed work on a new solo album, due in 2006. Tentatively titled "The Duke", Lande's fourth solo album is being described by the singer as a more "classic rock"-sounding record, with production from Tommy Hansen, who helmed Lande's sophomore CD, "Worldchanger". The band featured on the new ...

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GUNS N' ROSES Bassist To Join SOUL ASYLUM For Two Shows

GUNS N' ROSES bassist Tommy Stinson (ex-REPLACEMENTS) will be joining SOUL ASYLUM for two shows as a tribute to SOUL ASYLUM's late bass player Karl Mueller, who died in June 2005 following a year-long battle with throat cancer. Stinson recently completed a solo tour in support of his solo debut, "Village Gorilla Head", which was ...

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