Metal News for March 1, 2003
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2 news articles posted on this day.
Metal Judgement dishes out judgement on a load of new metal albums:
- Overkill 'Killbox 13'
- Caliban 'Shadow Hearts'
- Nuclear Assault 'Alive Again'
- Emperor 'Scattered Ashes: A Decade of Emperial Wrath'
- OSI 'Office of Strategic Influence'
- Beyond the Sixth Seal 'Earth and Sphere'
- Engorged 'Engorged'
- The Blood Divine 'Rise Pantheon Dreams'
- Satanic Slaughter 'Banished to the Underworld'
- American Dog 'Red, White, Black and Blue'
- Slapshot 'Greatest Hits: Slashes and Crosschecks'
- Meridian 'The Seventh Sun'
- Suture 'Carnivorous Urge to Kill'
- Shadows Fall w/ Blood Has Been Shed (Concert Review)
- Prong 'Prove You Wrong' (Classic Review)
- Defile (Demo Review)
- Malsanus (Demo Review)
- Thunderbrew (Demo Review)
After five long years, Crisis is back right now stronger than ever. Marshall Kilpatric, formerly of Today is the Day and a Crisis fan, auditioned for Crisis, jamming on such oldies as "Working out the Graves" and "Fires of Sorrow", as well as writing 5 new songs that will be a part of Crisis's new, upcoming album. An hour of free-form jams were also recorded, including playing trombone, Karyn Crisis on guitar and violin.Two weeks later, Marshall became a member of Crisis. He moves to California in April, when the band will continue writing for their upcoming album. Crisis has decided to join forces with Billy Anderson (BillyAnderson.net) as producer for the upcoming album during the third week of May.