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Apr. 19th, 2002 | 07:34 am
posted by: immorak in loud


You guys ROCKED IT at TRL.
The new "Warning" video debuted at #7 on the show today
and since you guys kicked a$$, we've got the
full-length video, all for you:
Real: http://www.enjoyincubus.com/video/warningfullvid.ram
Windows Media (Low) http://www.enjoyincubus.com/video/warningfullvid_56.asx
Windows Media (Medium) http://www.enjoyincubus.com/video/warningfullvid_100.asx
Windows Media (High) http://www.enjoyincubus.com/video/warningfullvid_300.asx

Let's kick this vid. all the way up to #1 and
let TRL know that INCUBUS RULES.
Call 1-800-DIAL-MTV (1-800-342-5688) every week day
between 3-3:30PM (ET)
2-2:30PM (Central)
1-1:30PM (Mountain)
12noon-12:30PM (PT)
and request it,
and Vote Online 24/7 at:
Thanks for the Incu-love!

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Apr. 19th, 2002 | 08:17 am
posted by: immorak in loud

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Now doesn't this just suck!

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Apr. 19th, 2002 | 12:37 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Mixing Irony With Icarus
The Dillinger Escape Plan are currently in the studio mixing their upcoming new EP "Irony Is A Dead Scene". The effort, which features vocals from Mike Patton of Faith No More/Mr. Bungle fame, is expected out in mid to late August through Epitaph and songs set to show up on it include:
"When Good Dogs Do Bad Things"
"Pig Latin"
"Holly Wood Squares!"
In other news, the band are also planning on releasing a split EP with The Icarus Line in the near future through Jade Tree. More information is expected shortly. For now, a few new U.S. dates have been announced, they are as follows:
April 25th Boston, MA - Axis
April 26th Augusta, ME - The Edge
April 27th Syracuse NY - Armory High

Fire In The Chamber Again
Although no official confirmation has been released as of yet, it appears as though Coal Chamber have once again split up. The bands recent show in Lubbock, TX this past Wednesday was cut short around 4 songs in after tensions between band guitarist Meegs and band frontman Dez Fafara boiled over and Meegs allegedly hit Dez in the head with his guitar. This prompted Dez to walk off the stage only to return and announce that "this is the last coal chamber show ever," before once again leaving. The remaining members of the band tried to continue on with Meegs on vocals, however they quickly gave up and the set ended with band drummer Mikey trashing his drum set. Not surprisingly, the band were not present at last night's April 18th Oklahoma City stop of the tour and it was allegedly announced from the stage that the band had broken up and would not be performing on anymore of the dates. Dez and Meegs are long rumored to have had a history of in fighting, a relationship which is said to have erupted into a fist fight that brought about the temporary split of the band at a June 2000 NY gig of the "No Home" tour, causing the group to cancel their stint on the Tattoo The Earth bill. The band then took some time off before eventually deciding to regroup. Despite their current situation, their upcoming new album "Dark Days" is still set for a May 07th release through Roadrunner/Island/Def Jam.
This is not good at all.. and the new album isn't even out yet!

Stream With A Strong And Persistent Desire
An audio preview of Vex Red's entire upcoming I AM/Virgin debut "Start With A Strong And Persistent Desire" has been posted online, you can check it out here. The album itself is due out in stores on July 02nd.

For Prophet
The Lostprophets have tentatively lined up the track "For Sure" as their next U.K. single, while they will also soon launch the title track to their Columbia debut "The Fake Sound Of Progress" as their next single in the U.S. A video comprised of live footage is said to be in the works for "For Sure", while a slightly edited version of the video for "The Fake Sound Of Progress" is planned to be launched in the U.S. shortly.

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Apr. 19th, 2002 | 05:40 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

MUDVAYNE To Issue New CD In September
MUDVAYNE are currently holed up in a Minneapolis, MN studio working on material for their follow-up to L.D. 50. A September release through Epic Records is expected.

The following article originally appeared in today's edition of The New York Daily News:
The surviving members of NIRVANA are fed up with being in limbo.
Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic's ongoing legal battle with Courtney Love, the widow of their bandmate Kurt Cobain, has held up the release of a NIRVANA boxed set, which is to include "You Know You're Right", the last song Cobain recorded with the band before his 1994 suicide.
Now Grohl and Novoselic are demanding that Love see a psychiatrist. And in a motion filed in a Seattle court, the musicians say she must do it by June 1 � and that they want to choose the shrink.
In December, Grohl and Novoselic claimed in court papers that Love was "irrational, mercurial, self-centered, unmanageable, inconsistent and unpredictable," the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported.
"Shades of Frances Farmer," said Love's lawyer, O. Yale Lewis, referring to the iconoclastic Hollywood actress forced to undergo horrifying psychiatric treatments.

FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl will be portraying the Devil in the new TENACIOUS D video for the track "Tribute". The video is set to premiere on April 25th on MTV2.

COAL CHAMBER Experience "Dark Days" Ahead
COAL CHAMBER frontman Dez Fafara reportedly walked off stage 20-25 minutes into the group's set last night in Lubbock, Texas after announcing to the confused audience that they had just witnessed �the last COAL CHAMBER song...ever!� The three remaining members then proceeded to play two more songs with guitarist Meegs at the mic, before the band called it a night, with drummer Mikey demolishing his kit on his way out.
According to eyewitness reports, the anti-climactic ending to the group's performance was the culmination of an ongoing dispute between Dez and guitarist Meegs, who made no secret of their open disdain for each other during the brief set, with Meegs reportedly hitting Dez with his guitar, kicking speakers off the stage, and spitting on the singer at various points during the show.
Rumors of in-fighting in the COAL CHAMBER camp have been running rampant for years, with friction between Meegs and Dez being largely blamed for the group's withdrawal from 2000's Tattoo The Earth trek (although the official reason was that the band wanted to �focus on writing the new album�).
COAL CHAMBER are expected to resume their Jagermeister tour with DROWNING POOL and ILL NINO tonight at Diamond Ballroom in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

FIELDY, Don't Give Up Your Day Job!
Interesting fact: KORN bassist Reginald �Fieldy� Arvizu's hip hop project FIELDY'S DREAMS has sold only 16,000 copies of its debut CD, Rock N Roll Gangster, according to Soundscan. Meanwhile, KORN's most recent release, 1999's Issues, has shifted 3.05 million units. Despite this, Fieldy is threatening to begin work on a second solo album later this year. We're waiting with bated breath (ahem!).

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Town's End Strings & Things gig...

Apr. 19th, 2002 | 05:45 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Saturday, May 4th, 2002
7pm - Town's End Strings & Things Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada
Live Bands
Thought Crime
Blackened Dreams
By Envy Driven
Live Wire

$4 at the door
For more info, e-mail...

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