Metal News for April 10, 2002
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3 news articles posted on this day.
The Metallica fanclub have released some info on the next issue of the Metallica magazine So What! In a large article they have decided to throw open the doors on how Metallica does business. Subjects will include how much it costs, what it takes, who's involved, how they all work together, and a whole slew of other related topics and issues. It will be your 101 guide to all aspects of what allows Metallica to tick and how it happens. More...
Legendary metallers Savatage have officially announced the addition of former guitarist Al Pitrelli. With Pitrelli back in the fold, current Seven Witches guitarist Jack Frost is now no longer part of the band. Here's what Pitrelli had to say joining the band.
"Me and the boys have remained friends in the past couple of years, touring together on a lot of the same bills last summer. I was also fortunate enough to work closely with Paul, Jon, and Bob as their musical director on one of the touring companies of Tran-Siberian Orchestra this past season. I can't wait to get back in the studio with the all the boys and make a great Savatage record!"
Read the full article at Digitalmetal.
Hardcore group Haste has officially pulled off the Candiria/Burnt By The Sun tour due to vehicle problems on their previous tour.
"We are really upset about this and hope we can go out with them at a later date," said a post on the Haste website. "We deeply apologize to anyone that was coming out to see us. We will make these shows up, we promise. Please don't hold it against us, we tried to think of every way possible to do the tour. Once we can save up here at home we will be back on the road."