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The Anthrax Backlash.

Oct. 12th, 2001 | 12:06 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Metal band Anthrax are less than thrilled that their name is on everyone's lips these days, in the wake of the aftermath of September 11th's terrorist attacks in the U.S. In an interview with the Washington Post, singer Scott Ian says that with everyone being afraid of biological warfare, he feels like it's 1937 and his name is "Freddie Hitler." He claims he came up with the name Anthrax in biology class years ago.

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Nickelback Frontman In Business.

Oct. 12th, 2001 | 12:07 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger has formed a production company with his lawyer, Jonathan Simkin to which they've already signed Vancouver rock band Theory of a Dead Man. According to Kroeger, the company may be christened as The Bakery, although the name is still unconfirmed. Kroeger also says that there are currently three deals on the table from major labels in the U.S. that have expressed an interest in being the parent company for the production company.

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Mad Ants...

Oct. 12th, 2001 | 12:08 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Alien Ant Farm have rescheduled their appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" for this Halloween, October 31st. In other news, the band will also be performing their cover of Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" on MAD TV this Saturday, October 13th.

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Marilyn Movies...

Oct. 12th, 2001 | 12:08 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Marilyn Manson will have the "Wormwood Remix" of his track "The Nobodies" featured on the Soundtrack to the new film "From Hell". The soundtrack will land in stores next week, on Tuesday October 16th. In other news, Manson recently tracked a cover of Soft Cell's "Tainted Love" for an the upcoming film "Not Another Teen Movie". The cover will be released as a single from it in early November.

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MeVsMachine -- SHOWS SHOWS hot naked men and women SHOWS!

Oct. 12th, 2001 | 04:16 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

http://www.mevsmachine.com/media/photos/060101fullband2.jpg

To all you tri-state area grandpas and kidz and punkrockin homeboys out there...
we got some killer shows coming up in two weeks, so make sure to get out there
and support your local scene and us and ease the boredom and loneliness and put
your worries of dying aside for a few hours while you watch some kick ^ss bands
go nuts on stage:

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+ FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 - Empress Ballroom - 155 Main St, Danbury, CT -
[203.796.0000] - 7 pm --- $8 --- all ages +++ ME VS MACHINE - BILE - ADVA -
LIFESPRAIN ... empress ballroom.com (mvm is opening the night so get there
early!)
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+ SATURDAY OCTOBER 27
**** ME VS MACHINE NEW JERSEY Halloween INSANITY ****
**** 2 Gigs / One Crazy Night ****

American Legion Post #255 - 163 Cedar Rd, Garfield, NJ - 3:30 pm --- $8.00 ---
all ages - (a prize will be given to the best costume!) --- GET THERE WHEN IT
STARTS AT 3:30!!! IT'S AN EARLY SHOW AND WE'RE OPENING IT UP SO WE CAN BE IN
TIME TO HEADLINE THE SAME NIGHT IN DUNELLEN! AND MAKE SURE TO STICK AROUND FOR
ALL THE OTHER GREAT BANDS THAT NIGHT +++ ME VS MACHINE - The Brown Study -
B.Side Theory - The Downside - THRO
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AND LATER THAT NIGHT...

Dunellen Elks Lodge - 131 North Washington Ave, Dunellen, NJ 08812 -
732.968.8218 - 6pm --- $7.00 --- All Ages +++ ME VS MACHINE - The Bristles -
Kill Machine - Undercut - 100 LBS of Porn - and more .... MvM will be headlining
directions? http://punchrecordsonline.com/
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http://www.MEVSMACHINE.com
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

And make sure to check out the great sites by the great guys and gals putting on
these shows and get out and support all their shows!!:

http://www.froggyentertainment.com
http://punchrecordsonline.com/

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The Beginning Of All Mud...

Oct. 12th, 2001 | 04:26 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Mudvayne have posted a streaming sound clip of the track "Prod" from their upcoming DVD/VHS release "L(ive) D(osage) 50 - Live In Peoria", which is due out through No Name/Epic on December 11th. You can check the track out here:
Real Format
Windows Media 28K
Windows Media 100k

The release chronicles a live show which took place in Peoria, IL at the Madison Theatre back on June 14th, a show where the band performed the track "Severed" live for the first time. In other news, the group have dubbed the upcoming re-release of their out of print independent EP "Kill I Oughta" to "The Beginning Of All Things To End". The effort will feature "Kill I Oughta" in its entirety in a remixed and remastered form, new artwork and three bonus tracks, one of which is the a remix of "Dig" done by Rhys Fulber of Fear Factory/Front Line Assembly fame. It is currently slated for a November 20th release through No Name/Epic.

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Keep it heavy.

Oct. 12th, 2001 | 04:34 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

http://www.immorak.f2s.com/images/clinton.jpg

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Wes Leaves The Bizkit

Oct. 12th, 2001 | 08:07 pm
posted by: witchmooon in loud

Heres some bad news for Fred Durst. Guitarist Wes Borland has left Limp Bizkit according the bands official website. It was an amicable split, says the group's management company, The Firm. The guitar wielding man behind the make-ups departure won't affect the release of the Limp Bizkit remix LP, Old New Songs, due in December. It's not known, however, how it will affect the upcoming new Limp Bizkit studio album. Borland two-timed Limp Bizkit briefly in February to release Duke Lion Fights the Terror!!, the debut album by his side project Big Dumb Face.

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StreetWise -- "Use It Or Lose It" - GRYP

Oct. 12th, 2001 | 08:41 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

What's Up StreetWise,

We have been having a few technical problems with our "Use It Or Lose It" page
of the StreetWise webzine, so we need for YOU (the eyes and ears of the streets)
to go back and let us know what you think about October's band, GRYP.

GRYP -
This hard-edged rock powerhouse epitomizes the perfect mix of inspired
heaviness, cleverly crafted melodies, and seesaw dynamics that whip the listener
around like a sonic roller coaster. Since forming in 1997, the group released
two exceptional indie CDs ? ?Real? and ?Indecision? - and took it upon
themselves to do everything a label would do. For starters, the members of GRYP
serviced their music to press and radio, ultimately lighting up the airwaves on
several college and specialty radio stations across North America and Europe.
Then, when it came to touring, the group didn't complain about fuel prices, or
club bookers seemingly incapable of returning calls. Instead, driven by sheer
excitement over their music, GRYP hit the open highway performing in nearly ever
state and providence in the U.S. and Canada. These dates included several high
profile shows, from the Vans Warped Tour to opening for groups like 311,
Pennywise, P.O.D., Fenix TX, and MxPx.

Click here to let us know if we should "Use It Or Lose It."
http://members.streetwise.com/home.html

Peace,
StreetWise Concepts & Culture 2001
www.streetwise.com
"Bringing You The Sickest New Shit First"

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