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Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
This week a real treat with (lucky) seven new videos featuring girls with cranium accessories, vampires, F-bombs, and of course, sass.
Ten's video for their single “Gunrunning” is from their new anticipated studio album entitled 'Heresy And Creed.' I can dig the black and white and the groovy sound (dig and groovy in the same sentence – yes, I’m high right now), but not so sure about the Michael Jackson style marching jacket. Also, the awkward lean into the guitar player makes me feel weird down there…
Philadelphia based Single Bullet Theory has announced a brand new four album deal with Eclipse records. Eclipse records will release the bands forthcoming album titled “ IV” (previously reported to be called “Divine Ways of Chaos”).
“IV” features 10 tracks featuring new members John Ruszin III (guitar), Jeff Kalber (bass) and Acacio Carvalho (drums). All drum tracks were recorded at Clay Creek Studio in Newark, Delaware with Engineer Nick Rotundo. The remainder of the record is being recorded at Ruszins studio in Wenonoh, NJ.
The record will be mixed by John Ruszin III, mastered by James Murphy (Testament, Death) and will feature artwork by renowned German artist Rainer Kalwitz. The record will also feature 6 additional bonus tracks from previous sessions including a guest performance from Matt Thompson (King Diamond) on a cover of Deaths "Spirit Crusher" as well as a revamped version of “The Hurt That Never Ends” (previously released on SBT’s 2004 record “Behind Eyes of Hatred.”) “IV will also feature an 8 minute instrumental track called “Auctioneer of Souls” and will feature guest guitarists from all over the globe. More...
Beautiful Creatures have signed a European deal with Perris. They'll release their second album, 'Deuce', through the label in February.
"Deuce" was released in Japan on April 21 via JVC Records and in North America via Spitfire Records on August 23. The band recently toured the US with The Genitortuers this fall and shot a video for their first single, "Anyone."
The tracklisting of "Deuce" is as follows: More...
Beautiful Creatures have decided to tour with Genitorturers this fall. Beautiful Creatures are also shooting a video for their first single, "Anyone", off of their soon to be released second cd, "Deuce". Their will be a free release party August 22nd at the Key Club in Hollywood, California. The listening party starts at 8:00pm, free drinks and admission before 10:00pm. Free admission can be obtained by sending and e-mail and number of guests to email@example.com and puttying the word PARTY in the subject line.
Former FLOTSAM AND JETSAM axeman Mark Simpson has joined BEAUTIFUL CREATURES as the group's second guitarist. The band's sophomore album, "Deuce", is scheduled for release on August 23 via Spitfire Records. However, this will be a different version of the album than what has already been released in Japan, according to MelodicRock.com. The guys have just completed re-recording all the guitar parts, recording over those originally provided by Alex Grossi. An MP3 of the album track "Superfly" can be downloaded at this location.
BEAUTIFUL CREATURES have inked a deal with Spitfire Records. The group's sophomore album, "Deuce", is scheduled for release on August 23.
In a recent interview with Glam-Metal.com, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES bassist Kenny Kweens said of the new album, "'Deuce' is a little heavier and I think the songs have grown to a more mature state, not too mature of course; it's only rock 'n' roll, for Christ's sake. We definitely stepped out of our box on a few songs like 'Never' and 'Ton of Lead', but ultimately it still sounds like BEAUTIFUL CREATURES, it still has the same spirit. With this band you can never forecast what direction we will head into. To us if something sounds cool, we go with it. We don't sit down and think, ok, what's big at radio right now. We just do what we do, because we think it's cool and that's all that matters."
"Deuce" was released in Japan on April 21 via JVC Records with the following track listing: More...
Former Beautiful Creatures DJ Ashba is the latest guitarist to be linked by internet rumours to Motley Crue, Reports on certain websites have suggested that he will replace Mick Mars for the band's upcoming world tour. But Ashba has quickly rubbished these rumours, insisting that he's concentrating on his own band, Ashba, and isn't about to become a Crue member.
Beautiful Creatures are to finally release their second album early next year. It's called 'Deuce' and has taken the band two years to complete. It's been mixed by Toby Wright. The Creatures are also working on a DVD called 'Sometimes Pretty Ain't Pretty At All'.