Metal News for April 13, 2003
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4 news articles posted on this day.
Deicide concluded their US headlining tour this weekend with a sold-out show at Brooklyn, New York's hallowed metal venue, L'amour. The band are now heading home to Tampa, Florida to finish writing the material for their as-yet-untitled debut album for Earache.
Before even being formally submitted to the execs at MTV2 and MuchMusic, The Haunted's new video "D.O.A." was deemed too violent for airplay by a MuchMusic producer who cited one particular "tooth-pulling scene" as being "just too much". Taking the man's advice, director Pete Bridgewater immediately started work on an edited version. The uncensored version will be viewable in all its glory on earache.com in the Videos section, and will be featured on our future DVD comp, i-Crusher-3, but stay tuned to MTV2 and MuchMusic for the cleaner version, coming soon.
Italian sensations Linea 77 have finished work on their follow up album to 2001's critically acclaimed "Ketchup Suicide" - the opus is entitled 'Numb' and is set for release in Italy on 16th May and throughout the rest of Europe on 2nd June. 'Numb' was produced by Haggis of Senser and Dub War fame, and the initial pressing will contain a free bonus DVD of footage shot during the recording of the CD in the studio. The full tracklisting has been finalised as:
- Insane Lovers
- 66 (diablous in musica)
- Third Moon
- I fall Asleep
- New World Soccer
- Alienation Is The New Form Of Zen
66 (diabulus in musica) is a collaboration with Italian chart toppers Subsonica.The band will start shooting the video for 'Fantasma' in the next couple of weeks before heading out on an Italian tour throughout May. Hear are those dates: More...
The Heavy Metal Appreciation Society has half a dozen new reviews online:
- Bruce Dickinson - The Chemical Wedding (1998)
- Coroner - No More Color (1989)
- Stratovarius - Infinite Visions DVD (2000)
- Yngwie Malmsteen - Live!! DVD (2000)
- Dio - Sacred Heart: The Video VHS (1986)
- HammerFall - Crimson Thunder (2003)