Metal News for May 11, 2002
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5 news articles posted on this day.
Nu-metal band Twelvepointhead have been added to the second stage of Bloodstock, "the UK's only real heavy metal festival."
Former Megadeth bassist Dave Ellefson has started his own production company and is anxious to sign and develop young bands. You can send your music to him at:
Ellefson Music Production
8776 East Shea Blvd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Rob Halford reportedly has a cameo role in ‘Spun’, which stars Mickey Rourke and Brittany Murphy, in which he can be seen selling porn at a counter. The movie is directed by Jonas Akerlund, most know for working on videos for the likes of Metallica.
Internet sources are claiming that an unreleased System Of A Down album is available from various unofficial sites. Apparently this contains 15 tracks recorded during the sessions for ‘Toxicity’ but left off the final version of the record. However, these are unfinished versions.
Mudvayne have confirmed that they’ll work with producer David Bottril on their next album, which is due to be recorded shortly for a release later this year on Epic. Bottril’s credits include Tool and Nothingface.