August 16th, 2001

  • immorak

Sevendust Comes Out...

More tentative track titles have leaked out for Sevendust's upcoming new album "Animosity", which is due out on October 30th through TVT, they are as follows:
"Shit Comes Out"
"Live Again"
"(Useless As) Tits On A Boar"
"Follow" (Feat. Aaron Lewis of Staind)

In other news, the group have announced more dates for their impending headlining trek, the latest additions are as follows:
September 19th Laredo, TX - Casablanca Ballroom (Feat. Drowning Pool)
September 21st Atlanta, GA - HiFi Buys Amphitheatre (Feat. 3 Doors Down)
September 29th Greenville, NC - Briley's Farm (Feat. Nickelback)
  • immorak

Sharpening The Shanks...

Spineshank plan to get work on new material for their next album in mid to late September when they return from Europe. It is more than likely that the group will begin tracking the effort sometime in the winter, with a mid 2002 release through Roadrunner/Universal being eyed. For now, the groups digipak release of their latest album "The Height Of Callousness" is due out on September 25th through Roadrunner/Universal.
  • immorak

Mudavyne Plot Live DVD, Re-Issue, Pledge Of Allegiance...

Mudvayne are planning to release a live DVD in October. The release features live concert footage from the band's Peoria, IL show back in June at the Madison Theatre. The DVD may also include the video for "Death Blooms". Mudvayne are also plotting the October re-release of their independent album "Kill I Oughta". The new issuing will feature outtakes and bonus material. Mudvayne will hit the road with the Pledge Of Allegiance tour from September 14th through October 31st. Other acts on the bill include Slipknot, System Of A Down, Rammstein, American Head Charge and No One.
  • immorak

Loud Playlist (as seen on immorak)

Our Ozzfest coverage continues! Part two includes interviews with Taproot, Drowning Pool, Nonpoint, Union Underground and Spineshank.
Playlist for Saturday, August 18:

Marilyn Manson: "Disposable Teens"
Taproot: "Again & Again"
Drowning Pool: "Bodies"
Nonpoint: "What a Day"
Union Underground: "Turn Me On Mr. Deadman"
Slipknot: "Wait and Bleed"
Spineshank: "New Disease"
Amen: "The Price of Reality"
Ozzy Osbourne: "Bark at the Moon"
Black Sabbath: "Iron Man"

* Playlist subject to change without notice

This is not too bad of a Loud playlist...
Marilyn Manson's 'Disposable Teens' is getting very old.. the video is kinda cool but what really is the point of the song? We're all Disposable Teens!!! right... *cough* thats not a shot at getting teen's to pick up the album is it? HA! I would rather they played 'The Fight Song' any day! Has 'The Fight Song' ever been on loud? i don't think so...
Taproot's 'Again & Again' is a really good song and the video mixes with the music well.. is it really a Loud band? thats a whole other thing.. i mean they are heavy.. but i have seen it on regular Much Music so many times that really... there isn't anythign special about it being on Loud...
"LET THE BODIES HIT THE FLOOR" is all you hear on WWF now.. due to the wicked song 'Bodies' by the band Drowning Pool... this song rocks and majorly should be on loud!
Nonpoint's "What a Day"... no comment.. don't remeber ever seeing the video...
Union Underground's "Turn Me On Mr. Deadman"... again i don't think i have ever seen the video...
Slipknot's "Wait and Bleed"... i don't remeber ever seeing this video.. YEAH RIGHT! They have shown this video on Loud about 40 times over the past year.. is it possible to retire a video for Loud? They do it on Combat Zone! STOP PLAYING WAIT AND BLEED ON LOUD!
is the new Slipknot video soon coming out or what!?
"New Disease" by Spineshank is a wicked song and the video goes with it very well.. the video is almost heaver then the song!
Amen's "The Price of Reality" is a wicked song and video.. i think my fav. part of this video is when the fake blood gets dumped on everything.. very wicked...
Ozzy Osbourne's "Bark at the Moon"... i really can't comment.. i have not seen very many ozzy videos..
Black Sabbath's "Iron Man" i think this is black sabbath's one and only video.. its good.. but very old and bad quality.. i like the song.. but doesn't this make two ozzy videos on Loud?
oh well.. enjoy your Loud.. i wish we could buy shirt that said, "Got Loud?" that would be pretty cool... anyway thats your 'immorak's loud review' for this week..
  • immorak


Smashing Pumpkins will release a 'Greatest Hits' album later this year, alongside a two-CD compilation featuring rarities from the band's recent career.

The tracks for the 'Best Of' are currently being chosen by the band, with an Autumn release scheduled.

The compilation will coincide with the two-CD collection, which will include the 'Greatest Hits' disc and 'Judas O Riley', the follow-up to 1994's B-Sides album 'Pisces Iscariot'.

'Judas O Riley' will comprise music recorded by the band B-Sides and rarities culled from the recordings that resulted in the long-players 'Melon Collie and the Infinite Sadness', 'Adore' and 'Machina/the Machines of God'.

The artwork for the compilations will include never before seen photos of the band, with a DVD release documenting the group's videos.