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Report: SHARON OSBOURNE Rushes to Injured OZZY's Bedside

Sharon Osbourne made a 5,000-mile dash across the Atlantic Tuesday (Dec. 9) to be at husband Ozzy's hospital bedside, according to Reuters. She caught the first flight from Los Angeles to London when she heard the news and arrived at London's Heathrow airport distressed. "I've not heard how he is si...
December 9, 2003
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Update: OZZY 'Stable' After Quad Bike Crash

icBirmingham is reporting that Ozzy Osbourne was described as "stable and comfortable" after breaking eight ribs, a collarbone and a vertebra in his neck in a quad bike accident. Osbourne was taken to Wexham Park Hospital in Slough yesterday after the accident at his Buckinghamshire estate. The hosp...
December 9, 2003
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SEETHINGS Part Ways With Bassist, Announce Replacement

SEETHINGS, the new Swedish band fronted by former DARKANE vocalist Lawrence Mackrory, have parted ways with ex-DIABOLICAL bassist Lars Söderberg and have replaced him with ex-SELPH four-stringer Daniel Jägestedt. SEETHINGS' debut album, "Parallels", was released in Europe and Scandinavia in October...
December 6, 2003
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METALLICA: 'Monster' Documentary To Receive Theatrical Release In May

METALLICA's much-anticipated documentary, "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster" — an unusual look at the heavy metal band undergoing group therapy to help its members through addiction, fatherhood and "near-total disintegration" while recording their first original studio album in six years — won't be r...
December 5, 2003
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MONSTER MAGNET Announce New Drummer, Line Up 'Surprise' London Gig

MONSTER MAGNET have announced the addition of drummer Bob Pantella to the group's ranks. Pantella has been in several bands (including RAGING SLAB) and is currently playing with New Jersey blues musician Matt O'Rea in the BLUES HOUNDS and in Lee Stuart's (HALFWAY TO GONE) new band A THOUSAND KNIVES...
December 3, 2003
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LED ZEPPELIN To Lure Tourists To Wales

World Entertainment News Network is reporting that lyrics by legendary rockers LED ZEPPELIN are being used to persuade tourists to visit Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. ZEPPELIN once stayed at a cottage on the peak in North Wales, where they wrote the classic "Bron Y Aur Stomp" from their "L...
December 2, 2003
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METALLICA's 'Monster' Documentary Part Of SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2004 Lineup

"Metallica: Some Kind of Monster", an unusual look at the heavy metal band undergoing group therapy to help its members through addiction, fatherhood and "near-total disintegration" while recording their first original studio album in six years, has been announced as one of the entries for the "Amer...
December 2, 2003
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SEETHINGS: Video Posted Online

SEETHINGS, the new Swedish band fronted by former DARKANE vocalist Lawrence Mackrory, have posted the video clip for the track "Slow Healer" at this location (file size: 45 MB). "Slow Healer" comes off the group's debut album, "Parallels", which was released in Europe and Scandinavia last month thro...
November 22, 2003
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LINKIN PARK, KORN, STAIND, JANE'S ADDICTION Confirmed For KROQ 'Christmas' Show

The lineup for KROQ's annual "Almost Acoustic Christmas" show was officially announced this morning, and it was slightly different than the one that was leaked yesterday. LINKIN PARK, THE OFFSPRING, P.O.D., AFI, PUDDLE OF MUDD, PENNYWISE, CHEVELLE, THE DISTILLERS and THRICE will be playing on Decemb...
November 21, 2003
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DARK TRANQUILLITY Confirmed For Finland's TUSKA Festival

Sweden's DARK TRANQUILLITY have been confirmed for the next installment of the Tuska festival, which will take place next summer in Helsinki, Finland. More details will be announced soon. Tuska 2003 took place July 11-13 in the Kaisaniemi park in the center of Helsinki and featured appearances by TY...
November 21, 2003
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A PERFECT CIRCLE To Play KROQ 'Acoustic Christmas'?

According to www.aperfectcircle.net, A PERFECT CIRCLE are one of a number of artists that are rumored to be included in the lineup for KROQ's annual "Acoustic Christmas" show, which is set to take place December 13-14 at the Universal Ampitheatre in Los Angeles. Other groups believed to be taking pa...
November 20, 2003
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ANDREW W.K. Guitarist Quits

Guitarist Jimmy Coup (a.k.a. James Mecherle),formerly of Minnesota's COUP DE GRACE, has reportedly left ANDREW W.K.'s touring band over "musical" differences. Coup, who is said to be planning a solo project, is being temporarily replaced on the road by W.K.'s guitar tech Ken. A more permanent repla...
November 20, 2003
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JETHRO TULL Singer Apologizes For Anti-American Remark

Ian Anderson of the British band JETHRO TULL has apologized for remarks made in a newspaper interview that seemingly criticized displays of the American flag. In a posting on JETHRO TULL's web site, Ian Anderson further explained what he meant when he told the Asbury Park Press, "I hate to see the A...
November 19, 2003
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LUPARA: Another Show Announced

LUPARA, the new band featuring former BROKEN HOPE guitarist Jeremy Wagner, will be performing on Saturday, December 20 at Penny Road Pub in Barrington, Illinois. LUPARA will hit the stage at 11:00 p.m. Cover is $5.00. Other acts on the bill include CANULA and VESICANT. For more information, call (84...
November 19, 2003
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Report: STAIND, LIMP BIZKIT Struggling To Stay In Limelight

Chris Riemenschneider of the Minneapolis Star Tribune is reporting that hard rock bands are not getting the kind of attention from radio stations and mainstream media that they did two or three years ago. STAIND has gone from co-headlining Xcel Energy Center in 2001 to playing the smaller Roy Wilkin...
November 14, 2003