Metal News for May 9, 2003
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The Project – who currently include former Guns N’ Roses trio Slash, Duff and Matt Sorum, plus Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland – have recorded a song called ‘Set Me Free’ for the soundtrack of the upcoming movie ‘The Hulk’. It’s an original number, and follows the band covering Pink Floyd’s ‘Money’ for ‘The Italian Job’ soundtrack. Heck, they've done more than G'N'R already...
Motorhead have been forced to temporarily replace guitarist Phil Campbell, because of the death of his mother. Former Danzig guitarist Todd Schofield has been brought in while Campbell deals with this family matter. He’ll play live shows with the band until the Welshman’s return.
Machine Head are to work with producer Colin Richardson on their fifth, as yet untitled album. Richardson was the man behind the desk for the band’s first two records, ‘Burn My Eyes’ and ‘The More Things Change…'
Here are a few news about Metallica and their upcoming album, St.Anger.
- Metallica will travel around the world to promote the album. Poland is confirmed, Kirk and James will be there at the 4th of June.
- Live: in the fall, they're going to hit South America, then Asia, Australia/New Zeland and in the beginning of 2004 the boys are going to hit europe for some in-door shows.
- A "white label" promo CD is sent out to record companies worldwide.
- The DVD will be printed on the other side of the CD (so no 2 cd's - ed. I never knew they could do that!)