June 11th, 2002


Right To Murder
The Murderdolls, a group which features members of Slipknot and Static-X among others, are said to have set "Right To Remain Violent" as the tentative title to their forthcoming Roadrunner/Island Def Jam debut. The album is expected out in late August while an mp3 of their track "Dead In Hollywood" is set to be posted on their official website, www.murderdolls.com later tonight.

A Bustle In Your Video
Down have announced on their official website www.down-nola.com, that they shot a video for their track "Ghosts Along The Mississippi" in Worcester, MA back on May 03rd and that the clip is now completed and will begin airing on video outlets starting next week.

No Tribute To The Road
Glassjaw are apparently facing problems from their former record label Roadrunner/Island/Def Jam in regards to including the song "Convectuoso" on their forthcoming I AM/Warner debut, "Worship And Tribute". The band originally recorded and released an earlier version of the song on a European single for their track "Ry Ry's Song" back when they were on Roadrunner and as such the label have claimed rights to the track, causing problems for the band to be able to include their new version of it on their upcoming effort. As a result of this fiasco, the band have become rather incensed lately and have gone on to verbally lambaste their Roadrunner at their recent live shows. It is presently unknown if the track will make it on the record now or not but it is confirmed that the group do have three b-sides from the recording sessions for their impending outing that they could replace it with if worse comes to worst. The only known track title from the aforementioned cuts is "El Mark". "Worship And Tribute" is currently slated for a July 09th release.

Conceived In September
Living Sacrifice have set a September 24th release through Solid State for their upcoming new album "Conceived In Fire".


This week's Loud is an all-request hour! Get in your requests and we'll post the playlist on Friday.
Email them to loud@muchmusic.com.
Please note immorak does not come up with this stuff.

Sorry about the confusion, it appears that the June 8th edition of Loud was pre-empted for the MTV Movie Awards (at least we got to see Kelly Osbourne sing 'Papa Don't Preach'). We will air the all-request edition of Loud on Saturday, June 22nd. Stay tuned for this week's playlist.

For more info on the LOUD show please visit muchmusic.com/loud.

The Plug is Pulled on Ozzfest Europe 

musicNEWS:  The Plug is Pulled on Ozzfest Europe 
06-06-02 antiGUY
Bad news for Europeans metal fans who were looking forward to Ozzfest this year, the remaining dates on the tour has been scrapped. 

The tour was set to hit six more European cities but according to the Ozzfest people Zakk Wylde is suffering from "mental and physical exhaustion". Possibly the hardest working man on the tour Zakk has to play two sets a day, one with Ozzy and one with his own band Black Label Society and apparently it proved to be too much for the beer guzzling axeman. 

The North American Ozzfest is still set to go off as planned but European fans are out of luck. 
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Untouchables hits stores TODAY! Pick it up now and you'll be treated to all sorts of bonus KoRn kontent!
From June 11 through June 27, you'll be able to check out seven tracks from their June 10th live show, AND get free or extended membership to KoRn Kamp! Just pop the CD in your CD-ROM drive and away you go!

The disc also contains CD extra bonus material featuring a director's cut of the "Here To Stay" video and a bonus remix of the track by T Ray. Be sure and check it out!!

I didn't get the cd today, but please tell us when its like!