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Mar. 21st, 2002 | 10:32 am
posted by: immorak in loud

Ozzfest Pt.3
This years U.S. Ozzfest bill is beginning to take shape. So far, the currently confirmed roster of acts for the trek is as follows:
Main Stage:
Ozzy Osbourne
System Of A Down
Rage Against The Machine/Chris Cornell
Drowning Pool
P.O.D.
Adema
Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society
Second And Third Stages:
Rob Zombie (Headlining Second Stage)
Mushroomhead
The Apex Theory
Earshot
Meshuggah
Onesidezero
Lostprophets
3rd Strike
Neurotica
Seether
The Used
PulseUltra
Glassjaw are also expected to join the tour for a three week stint, while Mushroomhead will only be doing around half of the tour's dates. The Used have also been confirmed to play the latter half of the tour. Other bands rumored for the trek include:
Snapcase
Hatebreed
SOiL
American Head Charge
Kittie
Darwin's Waiting Room
FLAW
SW1TCHED
Cradle Of Filth
OTEP
Mindless Self Indulgence
Filter
Ozzy Osbourne will be announcing the official lineup for the tour tomorrow at WWF New York.

Mars Joins The Universe
Mars Volta, a group which features former members of At The Drive-In, have inked a recording contract with a new and as of yet unnamed Universal imprint. A full length debut is expected out late this year. In the meantime, their debut EP "Tremulant", is due out through GSL on April 02nd.

Code Of Release
Papa Roach's upcoming new album "Lovehatetragedy" has been bumped up to a June 18th release through Dreamworks.

Dry Static
Dry Cell are tentatively set to join the Static-X, Adema and Sinisstar tour for the latter half of the trek's dates.

Spider Sense
Sense Field recently completed the video for their single, "Save Yourself", it is expected to begin airing shortly, if not already. In other news, the band are planning to embark on a headlining tour in April and will have their song "Weight Of The World" featured on the upcoming "Spider-Man" Soundtrack, due out in stores on April 30th through Columbia.

Gone Damned
The Damned have now officially dropped off of the Demon Speeding Tour, which features Rob Zombie and Sinisstar. The group left the tour due to the extremely poor response from the crowds at the shows.

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