Metal News for March 26, 2003
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6 news articles posted on this day.
New Disease are to release their debut EP, ‘Axiomatic’, next month on Changes One Records. It features five audio tracks, plus an MPEG video for ‘Hold On (Here Comes The Sun)’. This will be available at shows the band are doing supporting H.I.M., and also on their website and at the Changes One website.
Metal Reviews has nine new reviews this week:
- Finnugor - Black Flames
- John West - Earth Maker
- Mattsson - Power Games
- Naglfar - Sheol
- Rammstein - Herzeleid
- Seventh Avenue - Between The Worlds
- Silencer - Structures
- The Old Dead Tree - The Nameless Disease
- Wastoid - Say Your Prayers
And The PRP has a few more:
- Cave In - Antenna
- The Blood Brothers - Burn Piano Island, Burn
- (hed)p.e. - Blackout
- Ünloco - Becoming I
Portugal’s Moonspell have parted with bassist Sergio Crestana. This comes at a bad time, as the band are currently recording their new album. However, they’ve brought in Amorphis’ Niclas Etelavuori to help their out in the studio. The as yet untitled album is being produced by Hilli Hillesma in Finland.
Machine Head are to record versions of the following songs for their website: ‘Battery’ (Metallica), ‘Jizzlobber’ (Faith No More) and ‘Toxic Waltz’ (Exodus). These songs were chosen after a poll the band conducted online. They’ll be recorded in demo form and made available for streaming – but not download – very shortly.
Deftones have confirmed that the first single from their new album is to be titled ‘The Late Great Planet Earth’. The album, which is likely to be self-titled, will be released in late May, coinciding with their appearance at the Download Festival. This happens at Donington on May 31 and June 1. Deftones will play on the main stage on the first day, which is headlined by Iron Maiden.
Highlord have signed with Arise Records and the fourth album of the Italian Power Metal band will be released in 2004.