Metal News for April 23, 2002
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6 news articles posted on this day.
Vision Of Disorder have left TVT Records, following the disappointing sales of their last album ‘From Bliss To Devastation’ (a damn fine record if I do say so). However, despite rumours, the band still intend to carry on.
Slayer recently won an ESPN Action Sports and Music Award for "best BMX riding music".
Single Bullet Theory is preparing once again to hit the road to bring their incendiary live show to cities all across the United States.
Here are the tour dates for Spring 2002: More...
Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) and Maynard James Keenan (Tool, A Perfect Circle) have been working together in the studio on songs for the long overdue Tapeworm project, which also features Charlie Clouser and Danny Lohner of Nine Inch Nails. So far there’s no further information on when we might expect to hear any material.
Prong fans will be interested to know that the new line-up have posted up a track for download called ‘Initiation.’ It can be downloaded from www.prong-23.com.
Better late than never, Ultimate Metal has a bunch of recent reviews:
- Theatre Of Tragedy - Assembly - Nuclear Blast - 2002
- Arcturus - The Sham Mirrors - The End Records - 2002
- The Crown - Crowned In Terror - Metal Blade - 2002
- Winds - Reflections Of The I - The End Records - 2002
- Vacant Stare - Vindication - Copro Records - 2002
- Shade Empire - Daemon - Self Released
- Pain Of Salvation - Remedy - Inside Out Music - 2002
- Immortal - Sons of Northern Darkness - Nuclear Blast - 2002
- Dream Theater - Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence - Elektra - 2002
- December - The Lament Configuration - Earache - 2002
- Decapitated - Nihility - Wicked World - 2002
- Ephel Duath - Rephormula - Elitist Records - 2002
- Wolf - Black Wings - No Fashion - 2002
- Falconer - Chapters From A Vale Forlorn - Metal Blade - 2002
- Vision Divine - Send Me An Angel - Atrheia Records - 2002
- Angel Dust - Of Human Bondage - Century Media - 2002
- Royal Hunt - The Watchers - Century Media - 2002
- Dimmu Borgir - Alive in Torment - Nuclear Blast - 2002
And Electric Basement has reviews of Primal Fear, Biss, and Eternal Elysium.