Metal News for March 30, 2002
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Former Ozzy Osbourne/Motley Crue drummer Randy Castillo passed away yesterday due to complications stemming from his long-running battle with cancer. Castillo was 51 years old.
Hypocrisy, Arch Enemy, Soilwork, and Scar Culture are strongly rumored to be teaming up for a North American tour that will begin in mid-May and last several weeks. So far, only one date has been leaked: Sunday, May 26th at Jaxx in West Springfield, Virginia. Exact dates and venues for the remainder of the trek will be announced shortly.
Italy's Lacuna Coil will enter Woodhouse Studios in Hagen, Germany at the end of April to record their new album, due through Century Media Records in late summer. No further details about the recording are available at this time.
My Dying Bride's first-ever live album, entitled The Voice Of The Wretched (Live), will hit the streets on April 22nd. On the same day, the long-form video For Darkest Eyes will be issued on DVD, featuring an additional 90 minutes of footage culled from vocalist Aaron Stainthorpe's personal collection of never-before-seen MDB live recordings. Look for My Dying Bride to hit the road later in the year.