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ALL THAT REMAINS, SWORN ENEMY, BLOODLET To Hit The Road In September

ALL THAT REMAINS, featuring former SHADOWS FALL vocalist Philip Labonte, will be embarking on a US tour with SWORN ENEMY and BLOODLET in late September. The group will be touring in support of their Prosthetic/Metal Blade Records debut, Behind Silence and Solitude. Exact dates and venues will be ann...
August 13, 2002
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BLACK CROWES' CHRIS ROBINSON Speaks Out On Possibility Of Future Reunion

BLACK CROWES frontman Chris Robinson says that he's open to resuming work with the CROWES (who are currently on a "hiatus"),but only if the group is doing it for the right reasons: "I would hate to wake up and be in the BLACK CROWES just to go out and make music because we had ...
August 12, 2002
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SILVERCHAIR's "Diorama" Debuts At German #12!

SILVERCHAIR's latest album, Diorama, has debuted at #12 in Germany this week making it the band's best-ever European chart result. This success in the world's second-biggest market for English speaking music has been achieved without any of the touring and promotional visits which have accompanied e...
August 8, 2002
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KREATOR To Embark On North American Tour

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: German Metal Pioneers KREATOR Embark on North American Hell Comes To Your Town Tour Celebrating 17 years of performing potent yet influential heavy metal music, Germany's KREATOR is geared to devastate North American venues to support its most recent endeavor Violent Revolutio...
August 8, 2002
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Nothing

While MESHUGGAH have morphed from angular, frenetic death metal to something a more polyrhythmic, less chaotic sort of death metal band, they've picked up a lot of fans along the way. History has borne out that Sweden has one of the most prolific music scenes out there (helped, in no small part, by...
August 7, 2002
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MALEVOLENT CREATION Finish Recording "The Will To Kill"

MALEVOLENT CREATION have completed the recordings for their eighth full-length album, entitled The Will To Kill, at Mana Studios in Tampa, Florida. Engineered by Shawn Ohtani, the album will contain "11 tracks of murderous precision", and is currently scheduled for an October/November release throug...
August 5, 2002
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To Serve Man

What immediately strikes you about this Cali foursome's music is the total lack of effects. They definitely look like your typical goregrind band on the surface. But where IMPALED, SEPSISM, DISGORGE (both of them),COCK AND BALL TORTURE, REGURGITATE and zillions of others tailor their heaviness with...
August 4, 2002
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420 MONKS: Upcoming Dates Announced

Atlanta's 420 MONKS, featuring former STUCK MOJO frontman Bonz, ex-CHUM (Puerto Rico) drummer Carlos Torres, guitarist John B., and former PUBLIC ENEMY touring DJ DJ Lord, have lined up the following dates during July/August: Jul. 19 - Fayetteville, NC @ Skate Park Jul. 20 - Huntington, WV @ The Zoo...
July 18, 2002
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MANMADEGOD Complete Work On Debut CD

San Francisco Bay Area's MANMADEGOD, featuring former FORBIDDEN guitarist Craig Locicero and drummer Steve Jacobs, have tentatively set Million Dollar Gun as the title of their forthcoming American Recordings debut, which is due to be released in January 2003. Produced by Brian Dobbs (i.e. ECHOBRAIN...
July 15, 2002
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ROBERT PLANT: Reunion With Ex-LED ZEPPELIN Bassist Unlikely

Although former LED ZEPPELIN frontman Robert Plant seems open to the possibility of putting out another album with PAGE AND PLANT, his collaboration with ex-ZEP guitarist Jimmy Page, a reunion with the band's bass player, John Paul Jones, remains much more unlikely. "My relationship with 'Jonesy' is...
July 14, 2002
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THUNDER To Reunite For MONSTERS OF ROCK Shows

British hard rockers THUNDER will reunite for a series of shows in November to be held under the Monsters Of Rock banner, vocalist Danny Bowes has confirmed via on online posting. "Oh dear....It appears the moggy has slipped well and truly out of the bag, despite my best efforts to keep it in," Bowe...
July 14, 2002
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SEPULTURA: "Under A Pale Grey Sky" Final Track Listing Unveiled

SEPULTURA's forthcoming live album, Under A Pale Grey Sky, is set for a September 17th release through Roadrunner Records. A recorded document of the last-ever performance of the classic SEPULTURA line-up of Max Cavalera (guitar/vocals),Igor Cavalera (drums),Andreas Kisser (guitar) and Paulo Pinto...
July 13, 2002
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Former LED ZEPPELIN Frontman To Be Featured On VH1's "Storytellers"

Former LED ZEPPELIN frontman Robert Plant will be featured on an episode of VH1's Storytellers that premieres Sunday, July 14th at 9:00 PM EST (to be repeated several times that week). Expect some ZEPPELIN favorites, songs from his upcoming Dreamland disc and the tales behind them. Meanwhile, VH1 Cl...
July 10, 2002
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PAIN's Latest Named "Album Of The Month"

Sweden's PAIN, the brainchild of HYPOCRISY mainman Peter Tägtgren have had their third full-length album, Nothing Remains The Same, named "Album Of The Month" by Germany's Hammer magazine. In other news, Tägtgren recently took time out from touring activities to do some writing for the next PAIN alb...
July 1, 2002
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SEPULTURA To Issue "Under A Pale Grey Sky" In August

SEPULTURA's forthcoming live album has been re-dubbed Under a Pale Grey Sky, according to Roadrunner Records, who are scheduled to issue the effort on August 27th. A recorded document of the last-ever performance of the classic SEPULTURA line-up of Max Cavalera (guitar/vocals),Igor Cavalera (drums)...
June 26, 2002