Metal News for May 5, 2002
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6 news articles posted on this day.
With their new album ‘Development’ due for release, Nonpoint are also issuing a limited edition EP called ‘Overture’ later this month. On it is an acoustic version of ‘What A Day’ (from the previous album ‘Statement’), plus songs from their independently issued debut LP ‘Struggle’.
Guitarist Jason Daunt has left Flaw due to ‘personal and musical differences’. However, the band still intend to carry touring as a four-piece.
UK act Infobia from Hull have been confirmed as the opening act for Bloodstock's second stage.
Straight Edge metalcore unit Liar has found a new home under the wings of Lifeforce Records. The band has recorded 4 brand-new tracks that will be out the next months as a split release cd with some US band. A full-length might be recorded around the fall/winter this year. The band plans to play some festivals and on tour across Europe in August this year. Details pending.
- Tartarean Desire has a new interview with band leader Sakis of the Greek death metal band Rotting Christ.
- Electric Basement has a new interview with Saxon.
Tartarean Desire has lots of new reviews this week:
- Lord Belial - Angelgrinder (black metal, 2002)
- Skepticism - Process Of Farmakon (EP) (funeral doom, 2002)
- Tenebrae - demo EP (nu-metal, 2002)
- Evenfall - Cumbersome (gothic / black metal, 2002)
- Unleashed - Hell's Unleashed (death metal, 2002)
- Terror Organ - Buzzbomb: Vergeltungswaffe Mhz 28 (noise / industrial, 2001)
- V/A - Hymns To The Fallen IV (death / black metal, 2002)
- V/A - Candlelight Collection Vol. 5 (metal, 2002)
- Sirenia - At Sixes And Sevens (gothic doom metal, 2002)
- Corpus Christii - The Fire God (black metal, 2002)
- Flowing Tears - Serpentine (gothic metal, 2002, 2nd review)
And Electric Basement has a pair of new reviews:
- Chigger Red