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DANZIG Finish Writing Nine Songs For New CD

DANZIG have finished writing nine songs for their forthcoming album and will complete six more before heading into the studio to begin recording the as-yet-untitled follow-up 2002's "777: I Luciferi". 11 tracks will likely appear on the new CD, with the rest possibly used for B-sides. A late 2003/ea...
August 18, 2003
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Freddy Vs. Jason

The soundtrack album is such a tired marketing ploy these days that it takes a lot for one to be truly interesting or exciting. Of course, even the term "soundtrack" is usually a misnomer: most of the songs you hear on these albums have little or nothing to do with the movie, and are frequently ...
August 14, 2003
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DEVILDRIVER No Longer Going 'Straight To Hell'

DEVILDRIVER (formerly DEATHRIDE),the new Santa Barbara, California-based project featuring ex-COAL CHAMBER frontman Dez Fafara, have changed the title of their upcoming debut album to simply "DevilDriver" from the originally planned "Straight To Hell". Says Fafara: "[The title change was made] for...
August 9, 2003
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DEVILDRIVER Begin Mixing Debut Album

DEVILDRIVER (formerly DEATHRIDE),the new Santa Barbara, California-based project featuring ex-COAL CHAMBER frontman Dez Fafara, have tapped Greg Reeley (FEAR FACTORY, MACHINE HEAD) to mix their debut album, "Straight To Hell", due later in the year through Roadrunner Records. "We should be starting...
August 5, 2003
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DANZIG Prepare To Record New Album

DANZIG will be heading into the studio in a few weeks to begin recording their new album, tentatively due in late 2003/early 2004 through Spitfire Records. As previously reported, DANZIG's lineup (click here to view photo) for the next CD will be as follows: Glenn Danzig – vocals Tommy Victor (PRONG...
August 5, 2003
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DEVILDRIVER: Swinging The Dead

DEVILDRIVER (formerly DEATHRIDE),the new Santa Barbara, California-based project featuring ex-COAL CHAMBER frontman Dez Fafara, are tentatively set to release their much-anticipated debut album, "Straight To Hell", in October through Roadrunner Records. "Now that the DEVILDRIVER album is complete,...
July 22, 2003
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DEVILDRIVER Going 'Straight To Hell'

DEVILDRIVER (formerly DEATHRIDE),the new Santa Barbara, California-based project featuring ex-COAL CHAMBER frontman Dez Fafara, have set "Straight To Hell" as the title for their much-anticipated debut album, due this fall through Roadrunner Records. The band, whose sound is being described as "muc...
July 12, 2003
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DEVILDRIVER's FAFARA Completes Vocal Tracks For Debut CD

DEVILDRIVER vocalist Dez Fafara (COAL CHAMBER) has issued the following update via the Roadrunner Records web site: "Today is Tuesday, July 8th...as of today, I am officially done singing songs [for the DEVILDRIVER debut CD]. There are 12 tracks for the album, along with an extra track entitled 'Dig...
July 9, 2003
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SLIPKNOT, ILL NINO, SEPULTURA To Be Featured On 'Freddy Vs. Jason' Soundtrack

New and previously unreleased tunes from SLIPKNOT and ILL NINO, and a collaboration between Mike Patton and SEPULTURA will be featured on the soundtrack to "Freddy Vs. Jason", due on August 5 through Roadrunner Records. SLIPKNOT's "Snap" was originally recorded during the sessions for the group's ep...
June 30, 2003
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DANZIG To Be Rejoined By TODD YOUTH At Spain's BILBAO ACCION ROCK FESTIVAL

DANZIG will be rejoined by guitarist Todd Youth for their appearance at the Bilbao Accion Rock Festival at Parque de Zorrozaurre-Deusto in Spain on Friday, July 4. Youth will be filling in for Tommy Victor, who is unable to make the festival due to prior touring commitments with his main band PRONG....
June 26, 2003
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DEATHRIDE Change Name To DEVILDRIVER

Santa Barbara, California's DEATHRIDE, the new project featuring COAL CHAMBER frontman Dez Fafara, have officially changed their name to DEVILDRIVER. The band, whose sound is being described as "much heavier than [that of] COAL CHAMBER" and featuring "more technical" musicianship than that found in...
June 23, 2003