Metal News for March 29, 2002
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4 news articles posted on this day.
endthisday have signed to Germany's Lifeforce Records. They will be working on their debut with Jared Logan (7 Angels 7 Plagues), the release is slated for a Summer release with a tentative title of Sleeping Beneath the Ashes of Creation.
While legendary thrashers Celtic Frost may or may not release an album with its reformed line-up, the fact remains, according to frontman Tom Gabriel Fischer, the band won't sign to Noise/Sanctuary Records.
“The recent acquisition of Noise Records by Rod Smallwood's Sanctuary Group has made any future cooperation between Noise and CF extremely unlikely. Even though [former Noise Records boss] Karl [Walterbach] is no longer an active force at Noise (and hasn't been for many years), it is our opinion that Rod Smallwood's presence within the company's structure might likely have similar effects, particularly in the case of Celtic Frost."
Read the full article at Digitalmetal.
Sweden's Dark Tranquillity have set Damage Done as the title to the follow-up to 2000's excellent Haven album.
Ozzfest.com is taking a poll on who you want to replace Rag/Civilian on the main stage at Ozzfest this year. I personally would love to see Slayer play again... Go vote for your favorite now.