Metal News for May 7, 2002
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The new album of God Dethroned is well under way. The band is currently writing new material for the album and they already have a title. It will be The Universal Slavedriver.
The band will do a show at the Milkyway Club in Amsterdam together with a VJ who also did the band's videos. The show will contain all kinds of footage of these videos, but also lots of new stuff. Further, God Dethroned will have TV screens built up like Satan's Crosses and also a freak show during the concert. The date hasn't been set for this show, so keep an eye on future updates.
According to Drudge Report, Vice President Dick Cheney's wife Lynne Cheney told associates she was "embarrassed" by the commotion surrounding Ozzy Osbourne's appearance at this weekend's White House Correspondence Dinner in Washington.
"He's hardly someone we should be applauding... not a role model, I am rather embarrassed," Cheney reportedly said after the dinner, according to sources cited by Drudge Report. More...
Six Feet Under will be kicking off their second tour for the group's latest album, True Carnage, on May 31st in Houston, Texas. Joining them on the bill will be Skinless and Sworn Enemy. Confirmed dates are as follows: More...
Finland's Sentenced have changed their plans and will now have their brand new video, for the track "No One There", directed by Petri Veijalainen. The shoot will take place this weekend in the group's hometown of Helsinki.
As a result of a dispute with the band's "record company" over tour support issues, Black Label Society will not playing at the Holland stop of the European Ozzfest trek, which is scheduled to take place on June 1st in Nijmegen. Black Label Society are still expected to take part in the remainder of the European Ozzfest tour.
Dutch death metallers God Dethroned have replaced Benediction on the bill of this year's F.ck The Commerce festival, which is scheduled to take place on May 9th in Neiden (Torgau), Germany.
Norwegian dark metallers Aeternus have officially signed to Nocturnal Art Productions (Red Harvest, Sirius) after a lengthy stay at Hammerheart Records.
According to Nocturnal Art, Aeternus are in pre-production for the follow-up to last year's Ascension of Terror and plan to head into Greighallen Studios with Pytten (Enslaved, Mork Gryning) at the production helm.