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IMAGIKA Split With Singer, Announce Plans To Change Name

San Francisco power/thrash metallers IMAGIKA have parted ways with singer David Michael. According to a post on the band's web site, "David's heart wasn't in it any more so it's time to move on. His reason was lengthy, but the bottom line was he just couldn't bear to continue with IMAGIKA. We will r...
August 14, 2003
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Former MEGADETH Bassist Jams With SUM 41: Photos Available

Former MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson jammed with SUM 41 when they played the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, Arizona with GOB and NO USE FOR A NAME. Check out photos of the guest jam on "Pain For Pleasure": photo#1, photo#2, photo#3, photo#4. ...
August 14, 2003
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IGGY POP Live At Jones Beach: Photos Available

IGGY POP performed live at Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York on Friday (August 8). Check out pictures from Film Magic. POP will release his new solo album, "Skull Ring", on September 30 through Virgin Records. The follow-up to 2001 "Beat 'Em Up" features collaborations with...
August 11, 2003
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GREAT WHITE Singer Says He Will Never Again Perform Song Interrupted By Rhode Island Fire

GREAT WHITE singer Jack Russell told Mark Arsenault of the Providence Journal last week that the California rock band may never finish the song interrupted by fire at their Feb. 20 show at The Station nightclub in West Warwick. "I don't think I could ever sing that song again," Russell said. "It's h...
July 31, 2003
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GREAT WHITE Play First Full Show Since Rhode Island Tragedy

Owen S. Good of Rocky Mountain News is reporting that GREAT WHITE played their first show since the tragedy at The Station in West Warwick, R.I. on Tuesday night (July 22) in Sterling, Colorado. "It is the first date on a benefit tour for the survivors and victims. GREAT WHITE guitarist Ty Longley w...
July 23, 2003
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NEBULA, THE BELLRAYS To Team Up For Co-Headlining North American Tour

Cosmic rockers NEBULA will be teaming up with THE BELLRAYS for a co-headlining North American tour beginning in late August. NEBULA will be touring in support of their forthcoming fourth full-length album, "Atomic Ritual", due on September 23. NEBULA have already stunned audiences with their new mat...
July 21, 2003
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LIMP BIZKIT To Play Belgium's PUKKELPOP Festival

LIMP BIZKIT have reportedly been confirmed to headline this year's Pukkelpop festival in Belgium on Saturday, August 30. The three-day event (Aug. 28-30) will also feature appearances by FOO FIGHTERS, SUM 41 and STAIND, among others. LIMP BIZKIT's next studio effort is tentatively due in early Septe...
July 9, 2003
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DEEP PURPLE Producer Talks About The 'Bananas' Recording Experience

Producer Michael Bradford, who has worked with such varied artists as KID ROCK, UNCLE KRACKER, TERENCE TRENT D'ARBY and ANITA BAKER, recently spoke to ElectricBasement.com about his collaboration with DEEP PURPLE on their upcoming "Bananas" CD, the group's follow-up to the acclaimed "Abandon" (1998)...
July 8, 2003
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EUPHROSYNE: New Demo Tracks Posted Online

Finland's progressive metallers EUPHROSYNE, the group featuring vocalist Aleksi Parviainen, the brother of SINERGY/WALTARI drummer Janne Parviainen, have posted two new demo tracks on their official web site. The songs available for download are as follows: 01. Sum of Choices 02. Broken Friend The d...
July 4, 2003
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IGGY POP To Release 'Skull Ring' In September

IGGY POP has finalized the track listing for his new solo album, "Skull Ring", due September 30 through Virgin Records. The follow-up to Pop's 2001 LP, "Beat 'Em Up", features collaborations with fellow ex-STOOGES members Ron and Scott Asheton on four tracks ("Little Electric Chair", "Skull Rings",...
July 1, 2003
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GREAT WHITE To Launch Revamped Benefit Tour

A day after officially calling off a proposed U.S. tour with L.A. GUNS and XYZ due to an inability to secure insurance, GREAT WHITE have announced plans to go out on their own and do a series of 41 "weekend warrior" concerts, in which they will play a mix of clubs and large festivals every ...
July 1, 2003
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Former VIRGIN STEELE Guitarist To Release New Album In September

JACK STARR AND THE GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME, the new band formed by ex-VIRGIN STEELE guitarist Jack Starr, have set a September 9 U.S. release date through Crash Music for their debut album, "Under A Savage Sky". The line-up involved in the project is as follows: Jack Starr (ex-VIRGIN STEELE): lead, r...
June 26, 2003
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Infant Gets An Earful At Noisy AC/DC Concert

An official inquiry into child neglect has been opened against a German couple who took their nine-day-old baby with them to a concert by ear-blasting heavy metal rockers AC/DC, according to Independent Online. Other fans at Sunday's (June 22) gig at the Hockenheim Formula One motor-racing ring in s...
June 23, 2003
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IGGY POP Awarded French Medal Of Honor: Photos Available

IGGY POP was awarded the medal of honor by the French Minister of Culture Sunday (June 22) in Paris, France. Check out pictures from Wire Image. Iggy's upcoming Virgin Records album, "Skull Ring", will reportedly feature four songs from the reunited THE STOOGES. Due Sept. 30, the album will be led b...
June 23, 2003
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LINKIN PARK, AUDIOSLAVE Nominated At 2003 TEEN CHOICE AWARDS

LINKIN PARK and AUDIOSLAVE have each received two nominations for the 2003 Teen Choice Awards, set to air Aug. 6 on Fox. Other nominees include EVANESCENCE, STAIND, SUM 41, COLDPLAY, TRAPT, 3 DOORS DOWN, CHEVELLE and FOO FIGHTERS. Check the full list here. ...
June 19, 2003