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any one who likes ***No Assembly Required***

May. 29th, 2002 | 12:06 am
posted by: system_86 in loud

Someone just opened a LJ community for my band ***No Assembly Required***

http://www.livejournal.com/userinfo.bml?user=11centsolution

Check it out, Join.
if you wanna hear what we sound like http://www.mp3.com/noassemblyrequired

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theprp.com

May. 29th, 2002 | 11:29 am
posted by: immorak in loud

The Chaos System Pulses Death
System Of A Down, P.O.D., Meshuggah and Pulse Ultra will be playing an Ozzfest off-date show at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland, ME on July 15th. More off dates shows in other states with a similar line-up are tentatively in the works.

Fallon Bows Back In
Former Kittie guitarist Fallon Bowman has been involved with a new project dubbed Amphibious Assault as of late, for more info on it check here.

A Single Plague
Slipknot will be releasing a U.K. single for their track "My Plague (New Abuse Mix)" through Roadrunner on July 08th. The effort shapes up as follows:
01 - "My Plague" (New Abuse Mix)
02 - "The Heretic Anthem" (Live)
03 - "(sic)" (Live)
The disc will also feature the video for the title track while the live material included was captured during a performance that took place at the Hovet in Stockholm, Sweden on January 22nd 2002.

He Said/He Said
In the continuing saga of Limp Bizkit, band frontman Fred Durst has now replied to former guitarist Wes Borland's recent posting regarding Durst's initial statements regarding his hope for Borland to rejoin the group. You can check out what Fred has to say on www.limpbizkit.com. In other Bizkit news, Durst will make a guest appearance on the upcoming solo debut from Rock of Heltah Skeltah which will see a release through DJ Lethal's own Lethal/Geffen label this fall. Entitled "Rockman Uncensored", Durst will appear on the track "Famous".

Suicide List
Suicide Note have set the track listing to their upcoming Ferret Music debut "You're Not Looking So Good...", it is as follows:
01 - "Not In A Million Years"
02 - "Random Hell"
03 - "Black Cat"
04 - "Gag Reflex"
05 - "Guilty Crime"
06 - "Reno And Blood"
07 - "Automatic Death Sentence"
08 - "Amputee Supermodel"
09 - "Come On Fuck Me"
10 - "Segue To The Sun"
The album is currently slated for a June 25th release date.

Primer 2
Primer 55 guitarist Bobby Burns recently posted an update on what the band are up to, it is as follows:
"Greetings all.- Jason and I are hard at work writing the next P55 record.. We hope to start recording the album in the next few months with a release date being eyed for early next year.. with a new rhythm section being added also. so far some of the song titles are: "Make It Right"
"Go Alone"
"Move"
"Generate"
"The Young And The Dead"
"Never Let You Down"
"At The End Of The Day"
"Nothing Special"
"Fall Away"
"Eye To Eye"
I hope this helps to clear up any of the "break up" rumors that seem to be going around."

A Single Satellite
P.O.D. have lined up the title track from their most recent release "Satellite" as their next single. If the song does well the group will most likely follow it up with "Thinking About Forever".

A New Hazard
Biohazard have parted ways with guitarist Leo Curley and replaced him with Carmine Vincent formerly of Nucleus. No reason has been given for the split as of yet.

Breach Of Bass
Breach Of Trust have now officially begun their search for a new bass player to replace the slot recently vacated by former bassist Zane Kryzanowsky. A detailed rundown on what the band are looking for is available on their official website, www.breachoftrust.com. In other news, the group recently hit the studio to track a cover of the Payola$ "Eyes Of A Stranger" for "Fubar The Movie", the soundtrack for which recently saw a release and is available for preview www.fubarthealbum.com.

Rollin To Memphis
The forthcoming West Memphis Three benefit album being put together by Henry Rollins is now eyeing a November release through an as of yet unannounced label. The effort will feature Rollins' band covering Black Flag songs along with a bevy of notable vocalists including the likes of Corey Taylor of Slipknot and more.

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nme.com

May. 29th, 2002 | 01:24 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Korn's Jonathan Davis To Open Serial Killer Memorabilia Museum
KORN frontman and troubled soul JONATHAN DAVIS is to open a museum in LOS ANGELES to house his considerable collection of serial killer memorabilia.
Former morgue attendant Davis is working with artist Phil Coleman and architect Arthur Rosenblatt on the project. Through the years he has amassed a disturbing collection of artefacts. These, according to MTV, include:
The Volkswagen mass murderer Ted Bundy drove when he went searching for victims.
The "Pogo" and "Patches" clown suits worn by John Wayne Gacy when he entertained kids at his local children's hospital (he later killed at least 33 people between the ages of 9 and 27).
The 1928 confession letter from cannibal Albert Fish, who killed over 100 children and wrote letters to some of the families of the victims containing gruesome details of the murders
Drawings by Richard Ramirez, the 'Night Stalker', who committed at least 13 murders between 1984 and 1985 and considered himself a disciple of Satan.
Meanwhile, Davis is continuing work with horror novelist Clive Barker and soundtrack composer Richard Gibbs on a DVD that will incorporate paintings by Barker with music by Davis and Gibbs.
Korn release hugely expensive new album 'Untouchables' on June 10.
- http://www.nme.com/news/101907.htm

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roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net

May. 29th, 2002 | 02:09 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

SILVERCHAIR: No Stand-In Guitarist Needed
Former HELMET frontman Page Hamilton will not be filling in on guitar for SILVERCHAIR singer Daniel Johns during the latter band's upcoming live appearances, SILVERCHAIR manager John Watson told Britain's Metal Hammer magazine.
"While it is true that Page was willing to step in to help out with these shows, Daniel has decided that if he's not well enough to play the guitar, he's not going to be well enough to be a 'frontman' either, so a 'stand-in' guitarist is, unfortunately, not an option," Watson said.
As previously reported, Daniel Johns is suffering from reactive arthritis, with which he was first diagnosed earlier in the year. Unlike the more widely known types of arthritis such as rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, reactive arthritis is usually not a degenerative condition. This means that nearly everybody who suffers from it makes a full recovery. It occurs in about six percent of the male population usually only once in a lifetime and, as the name implies, it is caused by a severe reaction to an underlying virus. The disease causes swelling of the joints and very considerable pain.
SILVERCHAIR are set to play New York's Bowery Ballroom on Wednesday, June 5th and Thursday, June 6th, to be followed by an appearance in London at the Shepherds Bush Empire on Wednesday, June 12th. The group's new album, Diorama, is scheduled for release on July 30th through Atlantic Records
Make up your mind!

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Rob Zombie info

May. 29th, 2002 | 02:28 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

While everyone keeps wondering if his film "House of 1,000 Corpses" will ever see the light of day, Rob Zombie's creepy video for Black Label Society's "Demise of Sanity" should soon be coming to a video outlet near you. Zombie is scheduled to shoot the clip on June 24 at a Los Angeles slaughterhouse. ...
- MTV.com

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nu metal vs new school metal

May. 29th, 2002 | 03:43 pm
mood: apatheticapathetic
music: Godgory-walking from the dead
posted by: machizmo in loud

see I am around old school metal heads all the time and they think anything put out after 95 is nu metal even though some of it is not even..... I have heard all about the agruments over how much nu metal sucks and so forth but when it comes time to listing bands people get quiet because some of the music they may like may actually be considered just that nu metal. I do agree there is alot less original music than their should be but most of this is because a record label flood the market with bands of the same sound after a certain band starts a trend. This happened in the 80's with glam. So it seems nu metal is the lastest to be bashed but what bands are considered nu metal and if they are do they all suck really or is it just cool to say something sucks when it is no longer the cool. As far as korn inventing nu metal I woujld have to disagree I would say Mr Bungle did..... just korn got the credit for it. Also I do not consider nu metal and new school metal the same thing.

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loud

::newbie:;

May. 29th, 2002 | 04:36 pm
posted by: mysticchyna in loud

Well, I really like the band Clutch. Anyone else here like them?

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loud

not heard much on them in a while

May. 29th, 2002 | 06:05 pm
mood: contentcontent
music: My Ruin-Blasphemous Girl
posted by: machizmo in loud

Overkill "Blazes" Europe
By Sefany Jones, Assistant Editor
Tuesday, May 28, 2002 @ 3:05 PM

Overkill and Blaze Ready To Tear Up Europe

Blaze, led by frontman Blaze Bayley (ex-Iron Maiden), will be supporting Overkill on the latter's upcoming European tour: - advertisement -06/14/02 Ingolstadt, GER Ohrakel
06/15/02 Offenbach, GER Hafenbahn
06/16/02 Vosselaar, BEL Biebob
06/17/02 London, UK Underworld
06/18/02 Dudley, UK JB's
06/20/02 Worgl, AUS Komma
06/21/02 Osterode, GER Rock Harz Open Air
06/22/02 Lemerleveld, NETH Zaal Struik
06/23/02 Flensburg, GER Roxy
06/25/02 Osnabruck, GER Works
06/26/02 Krefeld, GER Kulturfabrik
06/27/02 Nurnberg, GER Hirsch

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PUNK OFF!

May. 29th, 2002 | 09:02 pm
posted by: immorak in loud



Welcome to MuchWebFlow, the first MuchMusic show that you view online and interact with as you watch! We've named our very first episode 'Punk Off' and during the show we will feature some of our fave punk videos and interview clips! The show has been divided into two segments, the first half runs 11:15 mins and the second 14:35 mins.

http://www.muchmusic.com/muchwebflow/

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loud

email interview someone did with fallon bowman

May. 29th, 2002 | 09:34 pm
mood: apatheticapathetic
posted by: machizmo in loud

http://www.geocities.com/metalmouth731/interview

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