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ALL THAT REMAINS Drop Debut On March 26th

Boston-based aggressive melodic metal act ALL THAT REMAINS, featuring former members of SHADOWS FALL and SCATTERED REMNANTS, will release their debut Prosthetic/Metal Blade CD, entitled Behind Silence and Solitude, on March 26th. The full track listing for the album is as follows: 01. Behind Silence...
January 10, 2002
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FEEDER Drummer Commits Suicide!

FEEDER drummer Jon Lee tragically committed suicide on Monday, January 7th at his home in Florida. A statement issued by the band's PR company Hall Or Nothing reads as follows: "It is with the deepest regret that we must announce the tragic and premature death of FEEDER drummer Jon Lee... He is surv...
January 9, 2002
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SINERGY Recruit Session Drummer For Upcoming Tour

SINERGY will be utilizing the services of Finnish drummer Janne Parviainen (i.e. WALTARI, BARATHRUM, JIMSONWEED) for the duration of the group's 2002 Suicide By My Side world tour. Although Parviainen will appear with the band as a session musician, a possibility exists that he will be upgraded to t...
January 5, 2002
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AMEN Drummer To Guest On GLASSJAW CD!

GLASSJAW drummer Larry Gorman has reportedly been sidelined by producer Ross Robinson during the recording sessions for the group's upcoming sophomore CD and is said to have been replaced by AMEN skinsman Shannon Larkin for the remainder of the album's tracking process. In a move that mirrors his ac...
January 5, 2002
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TIAMAT Finalize Album, Single Track Listing

Sweden's TIAMAT have set the final track listing for their upcoming Judas Christ CD, which is scheduled to be issued in Europe on February 18th through Century Media Records. It is as follows: (spinae) 01. The Return Of The Son Of Nothing 02. So Much For Suicide 03. Vote For Love 04. The Truth´s For...
January 3, 2002
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MACHINE HEAD: Live CD Tentative Track Listing Unveiled

MACHINE HEAD's upcoming live album, which was recorded at London's Brixton Academy on December 8th for a late 2002 release through Roadrunner Records, will feature a track listing culled from the following set list that was performed at the aforementioned gig: 01. Intro 02. Bulldozer 03. The Blood,...
January 1, 2002
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SINERGY Release Dates Revealed

SINERGY's latest studio effort, entitled Suicide By My Side, will be released in Finland on January 7th, the rest of Europe on January 14th, Japan on January 23rd and North America on February 5th. ...
December 31, 2001
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SINERGY: Drummer-less Once Again!

Finland's SINERGY have parted ways with drummer Swedish skinsman Mats Karlsson two months after enlisting him as the replacement for Tonmi Lillman (who left the group in order to concentrate on his work with TO/DIE/FOR). Here is an official statement on the matter from vocalist Kimberly Goss: “Do we...
December 28, 2001
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Suicide By My Side

The Finnish group's third full-length release, SINERGY's Suicide By My Side is a mature, classy-sounding affair that essentially picks up where 2000's To Hell And Back left off, with main songwriter Alexi Laiho's excellent riffing style and American frontwoman Kimberly Goss' much-improved vocal chop...
December 23, 2001
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BLIND GUARDIAN's

BLIND GUARDIAN's recently-issued "And Then There Was Silence" CD single, the first single to be issued through Century Media Records in more than a decade of operation in North America, debuted on the US Soundscan singles sales chart at #171, with top 40 debuts in Cleveland, Seattle and Denver all w...
December 20, 2001
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Rebirth

As one of the people that were ready to dismiss ANGRA following the departure of vocalist Andre Matos (who, along with ANGRA's rhythm section, left the group to form SHAMAN),I was more than a little surprised by the quality of the Brazilian quintet's long-awaited comeback release. A more mature, f...
December 17, 2001
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Supercharger

One of the year's most highly anticipated releases, MACHINE HEAD's Supercharger is a surprisingly diverse and defiantly "untrendy"-sounding effort that is likely to disappoint everyone who is expecting the Bay Area quartet to return to the ultra-testosterone-charged sounds of their first two albums...
December 17, 2001
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Dead Heart in a Dead World

Having finally made the decision to switch producers from longtime collaborator Neil Kernon (who worked on the band's first three efforts) to the much younger and "hipper" Andy Sneap, NEVERMORE have beefed up their sound ten-fold and moved away from the fuzzy mess that made their earlier recordings...
December 17, 2001
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Buy Now...Saved Later

Arguably the UK's best hope of contributing a worthy homegrown act to the current hip hop/metal explosion, ONE MINUTE SILENCE have already done a fair bit of touring Stateside, where they've only had limited commercial success thus far. Dubbed by some a "more aggressive RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE", OM...
December 17, 2001
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Rebirth

Having established a name for himself as the leader of the acclaimed Swedish death metal act HYPOCRISY, in addition to being the producer behind such groups as DESTRUCTION and DIMMU BORGIR, Peter Tagtgren is undoubtedly a multi-talented individual, and PAIN is possibly his finest achievement to date...
December 17, 2001