Metal News for April 13, 2002
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5 news articles posted on this day.
The PRP have four new reviews:
And Heavy Metal Universe has two more:
- Annihilator - Waking the fury (fr/uk)
- Falconer - Chapters from a vale forlorn (fr/uk)
Dogday have announced new tour dates. The email is in German, so I'll get right to the dates: More...
Odd how things like this become news... Ozzy Osbourne has signed a petition to try and persuade the South Korean government to ban the eating of cats and dogs. The petition is being presented by PETA (People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals). No word on bats yet...
Ozzy Osbourne has accepted an invitation to the White House to meet President George W. Bush. Apparently, the latter is a big fan of the MTV fly-on-the-wall series ‘The Osbournes’ and was keen to meet the man himself. The great meeting will happen on May 4 during the annual White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, when Ozzy and his wife/manager Sharon will be the guests of Fox News.
Cave In have been forced to delay starting work on their first album for RCA because producer Rich Cotsey is still working on the Rage Against The Machine/Chris Cornell record. Despite the fact that this unnamed band have now split up they will issue one album later in the year.