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Jan. 23rd, 2002 | 06:15 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

lovehatepaparoach
Papa Roach have set a June 25th release through Dreamworks for their forthcoming new album, "lovehatetragedy". At present the group are set to head to Atlanta, GA shortly to finish up tracking vocals for the effort, with mixing set to begin shortly afterwards. They plan to have it all completed by March, while known track titles for the album include:
"Explosive Energy Movement"
"Time And Time Again"
"Heart Of Darkness"
"Sid"
"Born With Nothing, Die With Everything"
"Black Clouds"
"Code Of Energy"
"Things Get Worse"
"Decompression Period"
"She Loves Me Not"
"Walking Through Barbwire"
On an interesting side note, the track, "Sid", is actually written about Slipknot DJ #0/Sid Wilson. In the meantime, the band plan to put out their as of yet untitled DVD release in April, which will chronicle the bands career supporting their latest outing, "Infest". The band have also been confirmed for the Caracas Festival in Venezuela on March 14th. Following that, they plan to embark on a U.S. club tour in May and will follow it up with a larger scale trek in the summer.

Manson Redeems Himself
Marilyn Manson has confirmed on his official website, www.marilynmanson.com, that he recently entered a Los Angeles, CA area studio to lay down vocals on a track entitled, "Redeemer". The song was composed by Jonathan Davis of Korn and Richard Gibbs formerly of Oingo Boingo for the upcoming Queen Of The Damned film and will be featured on the upcoming soundtrack to the effort, which is due out on February 19th through Warner Bros. The songs will appear with Jonathan Davis' vocals in the film itself, however due to some legalities, other vocalists are being brought into supply the vocal tracks for the soundtrack versions. So far, Disturbed frontman David Draiman has been confirmed to lay down vocals on a track, while Linkin Park's Chester Bennington and Wayne Static of Static-X are also rumored to lay down vocals as well.

Driving On The Road
Roadrunner Records have officially confirmed their signing of doubleDrive. The group are currently at home in Atlanta, GA, working on new material for their forthcoming debut for the label.

Commencing The Track Listing
Deadsy have lined up the tentative track listing to their forthcoming new album, "Commencement", it is as follows:
01 - "The Key To Gramercy Park" (Feat. Jonathan Davis of Korn)
02 - "Winners"
03 - "Brand New Love"
04 - "The Mansion World"
05 - "Lake Waramaug"
06 - "The Elements"
07 - "Flowing Glower"
08 - "Future Years"
09 - "She Likes Big Words"
10 - "Cruella"
11 - "Seagulls"
12 - "Le Cirque En Rose"
13 - "Tom Sawyer" (Rush Cover)
14 - "Commencement"
The album also features the song, "Itty Bitty Titty Girl", as a hidden track. At present, the group are planning to film a video for the first single, "The Key To Gramercy Park", shortly, while the album is slated for a May 14th release through Elementree/Dreamworks.

Fraser Has Come For your Mixing
Amen have once again lined up Mike Fraser (AC/DC, Metallica) to mix their forthcoming, as of yet untitled new album. The group completed tracking the effort with producer Ross Robinson (Korn, Slipknot) late last year and will commence mixing once they return home from their stint on the Big Day Out Tour in Australia early next month. At present, a spring / summer release through I AM/Virgin is being planned.

Cold X-Asesino
Static-X began filming the video for their new single, "Cold", yesterday, it is expected to be completed shortly and will begin airing early next month. In other video news, band frontman Wayne Static also recently took part in the video for an upcoming single from turntable crew, The X-ecutioners. Meanwhile, band bassist Tony Campos has been involved in a new project dubbed Asesino as of late. Tony handles both the lead vocal and bass duties in the group, which also features Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares and drummer Raymond Herrera. A debut album is expected out later this year along with an official website, however an mp3 of the bands title track, "Asesino", is currently available for download on Brujeria's website, located here.

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from: witchmooon
date: Jan. 23rd, 2002 03:16 pm (UTC)
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gee....

I already posted most of that!

that was pointless..

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from: witchmooon
date: Jan. 24th, 2002 04:47 am (UTC)
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ok *leaves community*
have fun with that!

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from: witchmooon
date: Jan. 24th, 2002 01:51 pm (UTC)
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yeah right..
like I'd ever leave a community such as loud
I am not that crazy! *pulls knife on you*
WHAT?!

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from: witchmooon
date: Jan. 24th, 2002 02:20 pm (UTC)
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sweetvein says "that one is too small for me!"

WHAT???!!!

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from: witchmooon
date: Jan. 24th, 2002 01:52 pm (UTC)
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What?

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