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Mar. 8th, 2002 | 08:19 am
posted by: immorak in loud

My Skinned Kittie
Kittie, Skinlab and My Ruin are set to hit the road together on the "Fuck Your Label" Tour, which is slated to kick off late this Month and continue through till June. Another Los Angeles, CA based act is expected to be added to the bill shortly, while dates and venues for the trek will be announced in the next week or two.

Welcome To The Studio
Pressure 4-5 are planning to hit the road with Earshot and VENT in tow in April. Dates and venues are expected to be announced shortly.

Welcome To The Studio
Taproot are currently hard at work tracking new material for their upcoming new album, "Welcome", with producer Toby Wright (Korn, Alice In Chains). Band frontman Stephen Richards recently talked to Rolling Stone about the new effort saying:
"It's funny, but if you asked me two years ago who my least favorite band in the world was, it would have been Pink Floyd, but right now they're just about all I'm listening to, and Bowie. All the songs are heavy on content and really take you on a journey. We're just more into melodic stuff. And that will be reflected in the record... I mean, people will be able to tell it's Taproot, but this album's a lot more creative and probably a lot more enjoyable."
At present, an August / September release through Velvet Hammer Music/Atlantic is being planned. In other news, the band have launched a contest through their official website, www.taprootmusic.com, in which one lucky fan will win the chance to hit the studio and spend a day with the band as they work on the new record. For more details, check out their official website.

No Fear For The Factory
Fear Factory's break-up has now been officially confirmed by their label, Roadrunner Records. A statement from them on the matter is available here. The split was apparently ignited by band frontman Burton C. Bell's unhappiness with the group as he announced to the rest of the band this past Saturday, March 02nd, that he would be leaving them. It seems that the split wasn't entirely amicable either as band guitarist Dino Cazares recently commented to LAUNCH on the situation stating:
"Burton pussed out and quit Fear Factory."
This seemingly adds to the rumors which had been spreading as of late regarding inner tension between Cazares and Bell. Despite the groups dissolution though, plans are currently being made to release their never before heard 1991 16 song debut album, "Concrete", which was helmed by then at the time unknown producer, Ross Robinson (Korn, Slipknot). The band will also still be hitting the studio this coming Tuesday, March 12th with producer Rick Will (Incubus) to track new material for an upcoming "Terminator" video game, a recording session which is expected to serve as their final time recording together. In the meantime, aside from Bell whose immediate plans for the future are currently unknown, the members of the group will remain active through their side projects as guitarist Dino Cazares and drummer Raymond Herrera have a project dubbed Asesino, which also features Static-X bassist Tony Campos. The band have already begun recording material and Slipknot bassist Paul Grey/#2 has contributed a guest appearance. Meanwhile, Cazares and Herrera are also members of Brujeria, while bassist Christian Olde Wolbers has been involved with Cypress Hill and Kush, a project which also features Herrera, Deftones guitarist Stephen Carpenter and B-Real of Cypress Hill.
plans are currently being made to release their never before heard 1991 16 song debut album, "Concrete", which was helmed by then at the time unknown producer, Ross Robinson. The band will also still be hitting the studio this coming Tuesday, March 12th with producer Rick Will (Incubus) to track new material for an upcoming "Terminator" video game, a recording session which is expected to serve as their final time recording together I just wanted to make that clear... Fear Factory will have one last album. It might be recordings from 1991 but it will be 16 new songs to me.

Cold Enough
Cold have posted the video for their new single, "Gone Away", online, you can check it out as follows:
In Real Format
In Windows Media Format
The track comes from the upcoming, "WWF Tough Enough 2" Soundtrack, which is tentatively due out through Interscope on May 14th and will feature songs by Korn, Limp Bizkit, TRUSTcompany, Rob Zombie, Godsmack, Marz, Puddle Of Mudd and more.

Plugging Staind
Staind have set a tentative August 21st release date through Flip/Elektra for their upcoming "Staind MTV Unplugged" DVD release.

Unreal Subject?
SOiL are planning to hit the road for a U.S. trek beginning on April 17th through till June 01st. SW1TCHED are tentatively being eyed for the bill, though no official word has come down as of yet. Dates and venues are expected to be announced shortly.

No Ausimosity
Sevendust have dropped off their upcoming Australian tour with Creed due to "unforseen circumstances". The band hope to hit Australia late this year.

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LOUD! *cough*

Mar. 8th, 2002 | 02:59 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

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Here's the deal: We are pre-empted this Satuday night for the 11pm show, but you can see a previously-aired episode of LOUD in the 4:00 a.m. slot.

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Playlist for Saturday, March 9:
Previously-aired episode of LOUD!
Please view the Playlist for Saturday, December 29 for the 4:00 am re-air.
* Playlist not subject to change

Next week: System of a Down co-host LOUD!

You know what the sad thing is?
They cancelled LOUD this week for the Brit Awards 2002! I checked muchmusic.com specials and its on all night Saturday and all morning Sunday.
Couldn't we have a break for LOUD?

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Mar. 8th, 2002 | 10:25 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Here To Delay
Korn have pushed back the radio add date of their new single, "Here To Stay", to April 08th. The recently shot video for the track is expected to begin airing around the same time. In other news, it is now rumored that Papa Roach will not be on the bands upcoming U.S. trek set to kick off in mid-June after all, though Deadsy and Marz are both still said to be appearing on the bill.
All they do is delay everything.. the new KoRn album might be out by the end of the summer...

Releaseshifter
Pitchshifter's upcoming new album, "PSI", has been pushed back to a May 07th release date through Sanctuary.

Ozzfest Drowns
Drowning Pool have posted on their official website, http://www.drowningpool.com , that they have been confirmed to appear on the Main Stage of this years coming Ozzfest trek. In other news, the band will also be performing live at the WWF's Wrestlemania X8 on March 17th and on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on April 10th.
The live show is going to rock!

Cold Gold
Cold's 2000 effort, "13 Ways To Bleed On Stage", has now shipped gold in the U.S. At present, the group are currently hard at work on their new album, "Year Of The Spider", which is expected out through Flip/Geffen in August/September. In the meantime, you can check out their new track, "Gone Away", which is set to impact at radio on March 25th and will be featured on the upcoming "WWF Tough Enough 2" Soundtrack, due out in stores on May 14th through Interscope.

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