Metal News for February 26, 2004
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The latest additon to the Z Records Roster WAR & PEACE, featuring JEFF PILSON (Ex-DOKKEN, DIO) have confirmed that a total of fourteen tracks will now be featured on their forthcoming album The Walls Have Eyes which will be release on April 19th.The track listing will include an exclusive European bonus track which is a new version of Dokken's Walk Away.
The track listing will now be: More...
THE GREAT DECEIVER, the Swedish band featuring former AT THE GATES/THE CROWN frontman Tomas Lindberg, have set a May 11 U.S. release date through Peaceville Records for their second album, titled "Terra Incognito".
Recorded during the summer of 2003, the follow-up to 2002's "A Venom Well Designed" was produced by Daniel Bergstrand (MESHUGGAH, IN FLAMES, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD). The album finds further production assistance from Örjan Örnkloo (MISERY LOVES COMPANY). The band have filmed their first video for the album track "Lake of Sulphur". The clip was directed by Patric Ullaeus, who has previously worked with DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL and MNEMIC, among others.
"Terra Incognito" track listing: More...
German outfit Aclys, featuring Denis Schmidt of Caliban, has officially signed with Burning Season Records. The group has previously released albums with Per Koro Records and Voice Of Life Records. This summer Aclys will record a new full-length entitled "Artefakt," which should be out in late-fall.
Most of the dates for this year's Ferret Music Tour have been solidified. The tour will feature Zao, Twelve Tribes, and Scarlet, with stints by Misery Signals and Remembering Never. Here are the latest dates: More...
Texas hardcore band Pride Kills has officially joined the Thorp Records roster. Formed in 2001, the group previously released an EP with Carjacker Records (download a track from the EP). Look for the band's Thorp debut to hit streets late this year. Otherwise, the group will be on tour in early-March with Bad Luck 13 Riot Extravaganza, Skare Tactic, and others.
MACHINE HEAD, ARCH ENEMY and GOD FORBID will be hitting the road together this spring for the "Weapons of Mass Destruction" tour, a monster outing that is currently set to attack most major U.S. cities in its path starting this April and continuing on into May.
Following their successful European tour in support of their new album, "Through The Ashes Of Empires", MACHINE HEAD will be out in support of the North American release of the record, due out April 20 through Roadrunner Records. "It's great to have a band like ARCH ENEMY, that's not only one of my favorite bands, but are one of the best metal bands out right now," exclaims MACHINE HEAD drummer Dave McClain, adding "and GOD FORBID is a great new band with a killer new album, and I can't wait to see them tear it up on tour."
Stay tuned for confirmed dates.
K-Rock's Ben Harvey talked to Finger Eleven frontman Scott Anderson and guitarist James Black before their sold-out 92 Cent Show in New York on February 3rd and later performed an acoustic version of 'One Thing'. Check it out at Krockradio.com (interview / 'One Thing').
For the first time, video of Ozzy Osbourne's ATV accident in December has been released, shown in the 5th episode of 'The Osbournes'. Watch a clip from KTLA.
Although a cameraman was not on hand to film the actual accident as it occurred, a lensman did get out to the crash site fast enough to film the dramatic aftermath.
The accident halted filming of the MTV reality series for five weeks and will delay the series' next new episode for six weeks, according to the New York Post.
"They had to shut down production out of respect for the family and for Ozzy while he recovered," an MTV spokesman told the New York Post. "We backed off and waited for Sharon and the rest of the family to feel more comfortable with it."
The next installment — episode six of the series' third season — will not be seen until Tuesday, April 6 (10:30 p.m. on MTV).
Ozzy, 55, broke his left collarbone, eight ribs and one vertebra after losing control of an ATV he uses on his vast country estate in Buckinghamshire, England.
Episode six on April 6 is expected to pick up with Ozzy recovering at home.