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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
Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society
Second And Third Stages:
Rob Zombie (Headlining Second Stage)
The Apex Theory
3rd Strike
The Used
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:
American Head Charge
Darwin's Waiting Room
Cradle Of Filth
Mindless Self Indulgence
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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Mar. 21st, 2002 | 11:19 am
posted by: immorak in loud


Okay, finally, a new show. AND it's co-hosted with SYSTEM OF A DOWN.
Please note immorak does not come up with this stuff.

Playlist for Saturday, March 23:
Gwar: "Jack the World"
Chore: "The Hitchiker"
System of a Down: "Toxicity"
Flaw: "Payback"
System of a Down: "Spiders"
Mortiis: "Parasite God"
System of a Down: "Chop Suey"
Rammstein: "Links 2-3-4"
System of a Down: "War"
Obliveon : "Planet Claire"

* Playlist subject to change

This is the LOUD for System Of A Down fans!


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Mar. 21st, 2002 | 03:48 pm
posted by: burntwithwater in loud

Well yes yet another post from me =). Immorak said he would be interested in having some more links to underground bands so hope no one else minds here are a few others I know of. I admit the quality isn't the best but it is better than nothing. Ok so one is a band I am good friends with they are from melbourne, australia. They are called prefekt and they are very cool you can check them out here: http://www.mp3.com.au/artist.asp?id=2835 may I suggest 'rock the revolution' or 'obligate'. I mean you can get whatever or none at all but thought I would post the addy if some people want it =). They are basicaly just metal with a little industrial thrown in with cool keyboard effects. I really like them and if you do dl a song I would appreciate your view of them =).
On to another band I don't know personaly but found them through my opia site. This is more for u guys closer to canada now cause this band is from there. Where I am not exactly sure it has it on their mp3.com info anyway =). Some may of heard of them they are called the lord oblivion project they can be found here: http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/108/the_lord_oblivion_project.html I can't really give any suggestions here because their music changes and is really based on your musical taste I would say 'oblivion' is a great one to check out but feel free to get whatever =).
Sorry for advertising this here but I wasn't really trying to advertise anything I just wanted you guys to check these bands out because they both deserve credit for what they do.
Also I would like to mention I checked out your band immorak and dl some songs by you guys and I must say all though the quality sucked ass lol they were very good songs. I couldn't really hear much of the singing due to the recording but it sounded pretty damn good from what i heard and the music was very very good and I mean that =). I am going to check out that other band u left the link to soon immorak and dl some stuff =). Anyway that is all from me.

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Mar. 21st, 2002 | 05:21 pm
posted by: immorak in loud


Never let the bastards drag you around, someone wise once said.
Well, OZZFEST, the bastard of summer festivals, plans to do
exactly that this summer when the inimitable King of the Road
stomps and tramples its way across North America for 32 shows,
dragging all that glorious, muckraking noise along with it.
Seven years running The Ozzfest has brought the best hard rock
and metal to amphitheaters coast to coast and this summer will
top them all. Continuing his Down to Earth World Tour Ozzy
Osbourne, hot off the phenomenal success of The Osbournes, will
return with a searing solo set and his tightest band ever, the
rejuvenated Zakk Wylde, Robert Trujillo, and Mike Bordin. The
staging is top secret and promises to be his biggest production
ever. Ozzfest alum System of a Down will bring to the table a
feast of hopped-up fusion rock the likes of which keep getting
crazier and more challenging. No wonder they've garnered such
high praise for their latest, Toxicity. Touring for the first
time will be the new band featuring Chris Cornell, Tim
Commerford, Tom Morello, and Brad Wilk, a project that
promises to be stunning on all fronts. The hush-hush recording
sessions have spawned rumors of all kinds but the goods will be
laid out for all to see on the Ozzfest stage. Double Platinum
sensations P.O.D. and Ozzfest 2001 screamers Drowning Pool both
are planning to assault the senses, while Adema and Zakk
Wylde’s Black Label Society will open the main stage bill.
The second stage headliner this year is none other than Rob
Zombie who will be playing a stripped down, bare bones "jeans
and t-shirt" set, something the Zombie man hasn't done since
the days fermenting his act in the bowels of New York. The
rest of the rest: Swedish marauders Meshuggah, Apex Theory,
Lost Prophets, Pulse Ultra, and Neurotica. Splitting the tour
in half will be Flaw, Mushroomhead, 3rd Strike, Otep, Seether,
Glassjaw, Used, Soil, Ill Nino, and Chevelle. In addition to
three stages of music, The Village of the Damned, the circus-
like concourse of attractions, exhibitors (featuring, as
always, piercing booths and tattoo parlors), and exhibitionists
(breast painting anyone?) will return with its diversions for
the restless. Responsible for exposing the Heavyweights of
Rock year in, year out, The Ozzfest continues to shine in the
absence of critical acclaim and media smothering. Let it Rock!

For more Ozzfest information go to the official site:


July 6 Bristow, Va. Nissan Pavilion
July 7 Pittsburgh, Pa. Post-Gazette Pavilion
July 10 New York, N.Y. Jones Beach
July 12 Camden, N.J. Tweeter Center
July 13 Hartford, Conn. Cdnow.com Amph.
July 16 Boston, Mass. Tweeter Center
July 19 Holmdel, N.J. PNC Center
July 24 Raleigh, N.C. Alltel Pavilion
July 26 West Palm Beach, Fla. Mars Music Amph.
July 28 Atlanta, Ga. Hi-Fi Buys Amph.
Aug. 3 Columbus, Ohio Polaris Amph.
Aug. 4 Indianapolis, Ind. Verizon Amph.
Aug. 10 Chicago, Ill. Tweeter Center
Aug. 11 East Troy, Wis. Alpine Valley
Aug. 13 Cleveland, Ohio Blossom Music Center
Aug. 15 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverbend Amph.
Aug. 17 Somerset, Wis. Float-Rite Park
Aug. 19 St. Louis, Mo. Riverport Amph.
Aug. 20 Kansas City, Mo. Sandstone Amph.
Aug. 22 Denver, Colo. Pepsi/City Lights
Aug. 25 Sacramento, Calif. Sacramento Valley Amph.
Aug. 27 George, Wash. The Gorge
Aug. 29 Mountain View, Calif. Shoreline Amph.
Aug. 31 San Bernardino, Calif. Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion
Sept. 5 Phoenix, Ariz. Cricket Pavilion
Sept. 7 San Antonio, Tex. Verizon Wireless Amph.
Sept. 8 Dallas, Tex. Smirnoff Amph.


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Mar. 21st, 2002 | 05:41 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Tommy's New Methods
Tommy Lee has lined up Skrape drummer Will hunt and Sect-8 guitarist J3 as the newest additions to his live backing band. Bassist Marty O'Brien also remains a part of the lineup as well. Tommy Lee's new album "Never A Dull Moment" is poised for a May 21st release through MCA and will be followed by a headlining tour shortly after.

Eight Industries
Pitchshifter will be releasing a numbered limited edition single for the track "Eight Days", backed by "Trancer", in the U.K. on April 15th. Only 1500 copies of the single will be manufactured. The bands new album, "P.S.I.", is currently slated for a May 07th release through Sanctuary stateside.

We Are Ill
Ill Ni�o have been tapped to support P.O.D. on their upcoming U.K., dates are as follows:
April 29th Manchester - Academy
April 30th Glasgow - Barrowlands
May 01st Birmingham - Academy
May 02nd London - Astoria

Holy Gold
Marilyn Manson have set "The Golden Age Of Grotesque" as the title to their forthcoming new album, due out this fall through nothing/Interscope. A statement from Manson regarding the albums title is available on his official website, http://www.marilynmanson.com

Ozzfest Pt.4
The bulk of this years U.S. Ozzfest bill was officially announced this morning. 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
Tenacious D
Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society
Second And Third Stages:
Rob Zombie (Headlining Second Stage)
The Apex Theory
Ill Ni�o
3rd Strike
The Used
Pulse Ultra
Glassjaw, Mushroomhead, The Used, 3rd Strike, Ill Ni�o, FLAW, OTEP, Seether, Chevelle, SOiL and Tenacious D will only be playing select dates and legs of the tour. Other bands rumored for the trek include:
Darwin's Waiting Room
Cradle Of Filth
Mindless Self Indulgence
In the meantime, the dates for the tour are as follows:
July 06th Bristow, VA - Nissan Pavilion
July 07th Burgettstown, PA - Post-Gazette Pavilion
July 10th Wantagh, NY - Jones Beach Amphitheatre
July 12th Camden, NJ - Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
July 13th Hartford, CT - ctnow.com Meadows Music
July 16th Mansfield, MA - Tweeter Center
July 19th Holmdel, NJ - PNC Bank Arts Center
July 24th Raleigh, NC - Alltel Pavilion
July 26th West Palm Beach, FL - Mars Music Amphitheatre
July 28th Atlanta, GA - Hi-Fi Buys Amphitheatre
August 03rd Columbus, OH - Polaris Amphitheatre
August 04th Indianapolis, IN - Verizon Amphitheatre
August 10th Tinley Park, IL - Tweeter Center
August 11th East Troy, WI - Alpine Valley
August 13th Cleveland, OH - Blossom Music Center
August 15th Cincinnati, OH - Riverbend Amphitheatre
August 17th Somerset, WI - Float-Rite Park
August 19th St. Louis, MO - Riverport Amphitheatre
August 20th Bonner Springs, KS - Sandstone Amphitheatre
August 22nd Denver, CO - Pepsi Center
August 25th Sacramento, CA - Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre
August 27th George, WA - The Gorge
August 29th Mountain View, CA - Shoreline Amphitheatre
August 31st San Bernardino, CA - Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion
September 05th Phoenix, AZ - Cricket Pavilion
September 07th Selma, TX - Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
September 08th Dallas, TX - Smirnoff Music Centre

American Gravity
American Head Charge will be filming a video for their new single "Just So You Know" in Los Angeles, CA on April 01st with director Kevin Kerslake (Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots). The group have also announced their plans to embark on a co-headlining tour with Gravity Kills next month, dates are as follows:
April 10th Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
April 12th Omaha, NE - Ranch Bowl
April 13th Madison, WI - Club Raven
April 14th Dekalb, IL - Otto's
April 16th Wichita, KS - Little Rita's
April 17th Austin, TX - Steamboat
April 18th San Antonio, TX - Sunset Station
April 19th Amarillo, TX - South Beach
April 20th Dallas, TX - Canyon Club

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Mar. 21st, 2002 | 06:17 pm
posted by: burntwithwater in loud

I listened to the band you suggested immorak, me vs machine =) and I must say I love them thanks for the suggestion. I am always on the look out for underground bands because I seriously feel some of them are even better than well established bands =).

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"When worlds collide this is what its like..." - Powerman 5000

Mar. 21st, 2002 | 08:25 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Tonight on the tv (i forget wha show it was) they showed Ozzy at WWF New York talking about Ozzfest.
Are you thinking what i was thinking?
"What is Ozzy doing at WWF New York?"
Guess what...
Ozzfest is brought to you by...
The WWF!

"When worlds collide this is what its like..." - Powerman 5000

This could get very interesting...

Don't forget about the new WWF Forceable Entry cd!


01 - Drowning Pool - "The Game" (HHH's Theme)
02 - Kid Rock - "Legs" (Stacey Kiebler's Theme)
03 - Creed - "Young Grow Old"
04 - Disturbed - "Glass Shatters" (Stone Cold Steve Austin's Theme)
05 - Limp Bizkit - "Rollin" (Dead Man Mix) (Undertaker's Theme)
06 - Our Lady Peace - "Whatever" (Chris Benoit's Theme)
07 - Rob Zombie - "Never Gonna Stop" (Edge's Theme)
08 - Breaking Point - "One Of A Kind" (Rob Van Dam's Theme)
09 - Marilyn Manson - "The Beautiful People" (The WWF Smackdown Remix)
10 - The Union Underground - "Across The Nation" (Test's Theme)
11 - Sevendust - "Break The Walls Down" (Chris Jericho's Theme)
12 - Saliva - "Turn The Tables" (The Dudleys's Theme)
13 - Monster Magnet - "Live For The Moment"
14 - Stereomud - "End Of Everything "(Raven's Theme)
15 - Neurotica - "Ride Of Your Life" (Kane's Theme) / Finger Eleven - "Slow Chemical" (Canada only)
16 - Cypress Hill - "Just Another Victim" (Tazz's Theme)
17 - Dope - "No Chance" (Vince McMahon's Theme)
18 - Boy Hits Car - "Lovefurypassionenergy" (Lita's Theme)

It's a nu-metal mix that i think i will pick up!

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