Metal News for February 26, 2002
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4 news articles posted on this day.
- There's an interview with Gavin and Dino of dredg on The PRP, talking about their upcoming major label debut, the recording process, falafel's and more.
Metal Reviews has nine new reviews:
- Angel Dust - Of Human Bondage
- Blind Guardian - A Night At The Opera
- Misery Inc. - Chains
- Norther - Released (single)
- Running Wild - The Brotherhood
- Sacred Steel - Slaughter Prophecy
- Seven Witches - Xiled To Infinity And One
- Thoten - Beyond The Tomorrow
- Underground Moon - Underground Moon
And The PRP have a couple of new reviews:
Vader has announced that Epitaph is no longer the title of their forthcoming Metal Blade Records effort, but rather it will be called "Revelations." The album is currently in production at Red Studios with producer Piotr Lukaszewski (Litany and Reign Forever World). Revelations will be the first album with new bassist Simon (ex-Hunter), who replaced Shambo in November of last year. Revelations is due out June 2002 in Europe and sometime later in the summer in North America.
Read the full article at Digital Metal.
As previously reported, Breaking Point had recorded the song "One Of A Kind" for WWF star Rob Van Dam. Well this record has become so popular that Wind-up Records has released a singel of that song and include it in all upcoming pressings of Breakpoint's album "Coming Of Age".