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METALLICA To Release Much-Anticipated 'St. Anger' Five Days Early

Due to the unprecedented level of anticipation and the prevalence of sub-standard versions of METALLICA's upcoming CD, "St. Anger", already in circulation, Elektra Records has moved up the release date of the new album, from Tuesday, June 10, to Thursday, June 5. Elektra and METALLICA have taken this extraordinary measure to ensure that counterfeit copies ...

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MUDVAYNE To Release 'Not Falling' DVD Single In July

MUDVAYNE will be issuing a DVD single, "Not Falling", on July 15 containing the video to the title cut in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, plus a number of special features, including a version of the video with commentary from singer Chad Gray and director Dean Karr (QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, DAVE MATTHEWS), a ...

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DEFTONES, EVANESCENCE, STAIND Confirmed For KROQ WEENIE ROAST

DEFTONES, EVANESCENCE, STAIND and FOO FIGHTERS are among the acts confirmed for this year's KROQ Weenie Roast concert, which is set to take place on June 14 at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, California. Tickets go on sale Saturday, with proceeds going to a number of area charities, including the Heal the Bay foundation, ...

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AMPLIFIER To Support DEFTONES In Manchester

Manchester, U.K.-based AMPLIFIER will support DEFTONES at Manchester Apollo on Wednesday, June 4. Recently signed to Music For Nations Records, AMPLIFIER have just completed mixing their debut album with Chris Sheldon (OCEANSIZE, MY VITRIOL, FEEDER) and are set to master the effort at Abbey Road shortly. AMPLIFIER's debut album is scheduled for release in September ...

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LED ZEPPELIN Is Mighty Once Again

HitsDailyDouble.com reports that according to early reports from national accounts, LED ZEPPELIN's new three-CD package of live recordings from two Southern California concerts in 1972, "How the West Was Won", will easily sell 100,000 and may go as high as 120,000 for the week. That figure should be enough to challenge STAIND and the DEFTONES ...

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DEFTONES: First European Chart Entries Revealed

DEFTONES' self-titled fourth album has entered the album charts in the U.K. at No. 7 (where it was the highest new entry of the week), Finland at No. 9 and Ireland at No. 14. As previously reported, DEFTONES are widely expected to debut at No. 2 on next week's Billboard chart with around 200,000 units ...

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INME To Support DEFTONES In The U.K.

British newcomers INME will be supporting DEFTONES on their sold-out upcoming U.K. tour. They will be playing London Brixton Academy on June 2 and Manchester Apollo on June 4. BIFFY CLYRO will be joining the Sacramento group at their Glasgow date on June 3 at the Braehead Arena. DEFTONES are currently running a competition to ...

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QUEENSRŸCHE: New Song Posted Online!

A new QUEENSRŸCHE track, titled "Desert Dance", has been posted online in MP3 format at this location. "Desert Dance" comes off the group's new album, "Tribe", due on July 22 through Sanctuary Records. "Tribe", which features a guest appearance by original QUEENSRŸCHE guitarist Chris DeGarmo, was engineered by Scott Olson, who has worked ...

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STAIND, DEFTONES a Lock for Next Week's Top Two Chart Positions

Hits Daily Double reports that according to early reports from national accounts, STAIND's "14 Shades of Grey" is on course for a first week sales total in the neighborhood of 250,000 units. The DEFTONES' eponymous effort, meanwhile, looks like it will come in at around 200,000 units. Both figures will have the groups locked into ...

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DEFTONES Enter U.K. Singles Chart At No. 15

"Minerva", the first single from the new DEFTONES album, has entered the U.K's top 40 singles chart (based on CD sales) at #15. The CD single for "Minerva", which features the b-side covers "Sinatra" and "Sleep Walk", was only available in stores for one week and no further copies will be sent out to retail. ...

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QUEENSRŸCHE: 'Tribe' To Surface In Late July

Despite previously published reports to the contrary, QUEENSRŸCHE have issued a statement via their official web site, www.queensryche.com, reaffirming July 22 as the projected release date through Sanctuary Records for their new studio opus, "Tribe". In addition, a new track called "Desert Dance" has been made available for listening in streaming audio to ...

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DEFTONES Offer Local U.K. Bands Support Slots

DEFTONES are offering local U.K. bands the chance to support them on their tour in June. Interested groups should send a package (CD, photo, biography) to the respective promoters who will make a decision following the closing date of May 27. Bands interested in opening for the DEFTONES at London Brixton Academy (June 2) or ...

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DEFTONES Joined By TAPROOT Singer At Detroit Gig

DEFTONES brought a special guest — TAPROOT frontman Steve Richards — onstage Thursday (May 8) at St. Andrew's Hall in Detroit. Richards joined the group for the song, "Teething", DEFTONES' contribution to the 1996 soundtrack for "The Crow: City Of Angels". DEFTONES singer Chino Moreno noted that TAPROOT — who hail from nearby Ann Arbor ...

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LIMP BIZKIT Cancel European Tour!

LIMP BIZKIT have reportedly cancelled all of their previously announced European festival appearances this summer in order to concentrate on completing their next studio effort, due in early September through Flip/Interscope Records. The band's participation in the North American Summer Sanitarium tour is not expected to be affected by the cancellation. As previously reported, LIMP ...

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LIMP BIZKIT's DURST Working On Solo Project

LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst recently told Rolling Stone magazine that he's been working on a solo project. "It's called PACIFICA," he said. "It's very Eighties. I don't want to say it sounds like HOWARD JONES or A FLOCK OF SEAGULLS. Maybe it sounds like DURAN DURAN or SOFT CELL — this will be a ...

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ARCH ENEMY Confirmed For Holland's FIELDS OF ROCK Festival

Sweden's ARCH ENEMY are the latest addition to the Fields of Rock festival, which is set to take place on June 15 at Goffertpark Fields in Nijmegen, Holland. Other artists set to appear at the event include METALLICA, LIMP BIZKIT, DEFTONES, MARILYN MANSON, DISTURBED, MUDVAYNE, MINISTRY, STONE SOUR, NILE, OPETH, PRONG, SUBWAY TO SALLY and ...

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DEFTONES Singer: 'JACK OSBOURNE Seems Like A Nice Kid'

DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno has rushed to Jack Osbourne's defense, calling him a "nice kid" and labelling Hollywood "weird". Ozzy Osbourne's 17-year-old son recently checked into the Las Encinas detox hospital in Pasadena, California after admitting he got "caught up" in a "drugs and alcohol" lifestyle. Jack also recently admitted the celebrity he had acquired ...

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SEPULTURA Confirmed For U.K.'s DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL

Brazilian metallers SEPULTURA are the latest act to have been confirmed for the U.K.'s Download Festival, set to take place May 31-June 1 at Donington Park. Download Festival will highlight the best rock talent in the world today with more than fifty bands performing over two days on three stages. Other bands scheduled to appear ...

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