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LED ZEPPELIN: 'How The West Was Won' DVD-Audio Due In October

The 5.1 DVD-Audio version of LED ZEPPELIN's recently issued three-CD package, "How The West Was Won", will be released on October 13 through Warner Music Vision. Already a phenomenal success as a CD release, "How The West Was Won" provided fans of the band with a highly anticipated compilation of hi...
September 15, 2003


New Jersey thrash quintet GOD FORBID will join fellow hometown heroes E.TOWN CONCRETE for a three-week East Coast tour beginning in early October. This will mark the first time that both famed Jersey acts have united for any shows outside of their immediate area. The group are currently wrapping up...
September 12, 2003

W.A.S.P.: No New Music Until 2004

According to a posting on W.A.S.P.'s official web site,, "the highly anticipated new albums by W.A.S.P. will be in stores next year as a two-part series. The first album will be out worldwide in February of 2004 and the second album, part two of the story, will be released in late...
September 9, 2003

A Tearful GREAT WHITE, Playing Only With Fog

Sean Daly of The Washington Post reports that "when hair-metal band GREAT WHITE stormed the stage at Springfield's Jaxx concert hall Friday night [September 5], Todd King did not bang his head or pump his fist like the rest of the 200-strong crowd. Instead, the linebacker-size rock fan from Framingh...
September 7, 2003

SHADOWS FALL Prepare To 'Take Action'

Massachusetts-based thrash metal quintet SHADOWS FALL, arguably this year's breakthrough Ozzfest artist, are gearing up for a full slate this fall. The group, who constantly sold more albums than any other second stage artist for over five weeks in a row, proved that audiences want to hear real meta...
September 4, 2003


Danish metallers RAUNCHY have set "Confusion Bay" as the title for their sophomore album, due in Denmark on November 3 and in the rest of the rest of the world in early 2004 through Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to last year's highly acclaimed "Velvet Noise" was recorded and mixed at producer...
September 3, 2003

GOD FORBID Finish Recording New Album

New Jersey quintet GOD FORBID have completed the recording process for their highly anticipated third full-length album. The new offering, "Gone Forever", was recorded at Trax East Studios by Eric Rachel (ATREYU, A LIFE ONCE LOST) and is currently set for an early 2004 release through Century Media...
August 28, 2003

SLAYER To Headline Jagermeister Fall Music Tour: The Official Press Release

The Jagermeister Fall Music Tour is coming, and heavy metal icons, SLAYER, will lead the assault! Produced and promoted by Clear Channel Entertainment, the tour will let loose on October 8th in Minneapolis, MN and finish up in Los Angeles on November 29th. SLAYER's recent release of their live DVD,...
August 27, 2003

CONSORTIUM PROJECT III: New Album Details Revealed

Century Media Records have licensed the new CONSORTIUM PROJECT III album for worldwide release. Gaining lengthy experience from fronting activities with acts like HAMMERHEAD, VENGEANCE, ELEGY and also appearing on Arjen Lucassen's AYREON, Ian Parry's third and latest rendition to the realms of symph...
August 26, 2003

RAUNCHY Set Tentative Track Listing For New Album

Denmark's RAUNCHY have set the tentative track listing for their sophomore album, due in early 2004 through Nuclear Blast Records. The as-yet-untitled follow-up to last year's highly acclaimed "Velvet Noise" was recorded and mixed at producer Jacob Hansen's (INVOCATOR) Hansen Studios in Ribe, Denmar...
August 25, 2003

NY Post: DEE SNIDER Pleads For Help In In-Law Slay

TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider made a passionate plea for help to find the killer of his wife's brother yesterday, a day after the 34-year-old construction worker was gunned down in New York City. "We are hoping to get whoever did this. We have no idea why this would happen to him," Snider, 48,...
August 20, 2003

NY Post: DEE SNIDER's Brother-In-Law Killed In 'Mystery' Attack

The brother-in-law of TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider was shot in the nose and killed in a mystery attack Monday (August 18) while walking to work in Midtown New York City, according to the New York Post. Vincent Gargiulo, 34, whose sister is married to Snider, was found in a pool of blood just b...
August 19, 2003

GREAT WHITE Unlikely To Be Indicted Over Rhode Island Concert Tragedy

Six months after the deadly West Warwick nightclub fire, state prosecutors are completing their investigation, according to a report published Sunday. Prosecutors are expected to seek involuntary manslaughter indictments against the nightclub's owners and a rock band's tour manager, the Boston Globe...
August 18, 2003

Review: Can't-Miss KISS Outdoes AEROSMITH

David Lindquist of reports that "in a highly anticipated clash of hard-rock titans, the big dumb fun of KISS trumped the sustained relevance of AEROSMITH on Sunday night (August 17) at Verizon Wireless Music Center. "The outcome may have surprised some in the audience of 22,110. "After...
August 18, 2003

QUEENSRŸCHE Perform On 'The Orlando Jones Show': Video Available

QUEENSRŸCHE performed the song "Open" on the FX Network's "The Orlando Jones Show" on Monday, August 4. Check out a streaming video of the performance (Macromedia Flash 6.0 required): Low-Speed, High-Speed. As previously reported, QUEENSRŸCHE will begin a headlining U.S. tour in September 2003 to co...
August 16, 2003