Metal News for February 29, 2004
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Wind-Up Records has an ecard for the PUNISHER: THE ALBUM in which you can preview songs from Drowning Pool, Edgewater, Nickelback, Seether w/ Amy Lee (of Evanescence) and win Punisher prizes.
Featuring 19 new tracks from artists including Drowning Pool, Nickelback, Seether w/ Amy Lee, Chevelle, Edgewater and more, the album will be in stores 3.23.04.
The complete tracklist follows: More...
MACHINE HEAD, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, ARCH ENEMY, ICED EARTH, CHILDREN OF BODOM have been confirmed to headline this year's New England Metal & Hardcore Festival, set to take place April 30-May 1 at The Palladium in Worcester, Mass.
The following groups are currently scheduled to appear at the festival:
Headliners – Friday, April 30:
EVERY TIME I DIE
Headliners – Saturday, May 1:
CHILDREN OF BODOM
In case you weren't aware, Terror, The Promise, Shattered Realm, and Born From Pain will be touring out West during the first half of March. Here are the dates: More...
P.O.D. have announced the initial dates for their forthcoming tour with Blindside, Lacuna Coil and Hazen Street, they are as follows: More...
(hed)p.e. have posted soundclips of three new songs online, they are "C.B.C.", "Stepping Stone", and "War", and can be found at www.hedrocks.com. The tracks feature both the bands new drummer Christopher Hendrich and guitarist Jackson.
Meshuggah have set "Catch 33" as the title to their upcoming new album which will see a release through Nuclear Blast later this year. The group are said to be in studio working on the effort at present.
LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst has reportedly told fans following the group's gig in Lisbon, Portugal Friday night (Feb. 27) that the band will be shooting a video for the song "Build A Bridge" this week. No further information is available at this time.
"Build A Bridge" comes off LIMP BIZKIT's fourth full-length album, "Results May Vary", which was released last September through Flip/Interscope Records.
More dates have been announced for DEICIDE's forthcoming European tour, scheduled to take place in June/July. The trek is shaping up as follows: More...
DESTRUCTION's official web site has posted yet another preview clip from the group's upcoming live DVD, "Live Discharge - 20 Years Of Total Destruction", due on March 8. The latest clip available for download is the track "Ravenous Beast". Still available for download from the group's web site are clips of "Machinery of Lies" and "Live Without Sense". Check them out here.
As previously reported, the DVD will come with a bonus CD featuring the "Alive Devastation" Japan-only release from 2003.
Us Weekly caught up with Evanescence singer Amy Lee and asked her how it felt to win her first Grammy. "It was a complete shock," Lee admitted. "I was content to just sit there like, 'Cool'. I've already done the carpet, the work is over, I'm taking my shoes off... When we won, I was racking my brain, thinking, 'What am I going to say'?" Lee also reavealed she designed the gown who wore to the Grammys herself. "It's kind of my black and pink ballerina thing," she explained.
In other news, Evanescence performed live in Chicago at Congress Theatre on Wednesday (February 25). Check out pictures from MediumPhoto.