Metal News for April 1, 2002
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8 news articles posted on this day.
Nosebleed 17 have contests running for the latest Down CD as well s the entire (14 CD) Iron Maiden collection!
Korn are the latest band to have toy figures made of them. All five members will be available soon.
Opeth, Children Of Bodom and Pain Of Salvation are among the first batch of bands announced for this year’s Dynamo Festival, which happens on July 14 in Weert, Holland, which is around 20 kilometers from Eindhoven.
(hed)p.e. have apparently decided to call their next album ‘The Big Nothing’. The record is currently in production with Machine.
American Head Charge have parted with guitarist Wayne Kile, because of increasing creative tensions. Kile is already working on new material, and if you want to contact him then e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
System Of A Down have scrapped plans to release a live DVD recorded recently in Japan. Instead, the band will now issue two longform videos, one of which will concentrate on a recent show in Montreal and the other is a career retrospective.
Thoten travel this Tuesday, April 2, to Lime, Peru. Check out the band schedule in their days in the country: More...
Halifax Doom Metal band - In Darkest Hate have changed their name to 'The Prophecy' - Their new EP entitled "To End All Hope " is in the final stages of mixing and should be available at the end of April.