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May. 28th, 2002 | 10:07 am
posted by: immorak in loud

Lad Of God
Lamb Of God have tapped Devin Townsend of Strapping Young Lad fame to produce their upcoming new album which they plan to begin recording in VA in November. A release in early 2003 through Prosthetic Records is expected. Townsend has been quite busy in the producers chair for a number of acts lately, helming the recent efforts by Soilwork and December.

12 The Hard Way
The Red Hot Chili Peppers' upcoming new album "By The Way" is expected to feature 12 new tracks from the group when it lands in stores on July 09th through Warner. Tentative song titles for the effort, which was produced by Rick Rubin (Slayer, System Of A Down), include:
"By The Way"
"Lemon Trees On Mercury"
"Universally Speaking"
"Don’t Forget Me"
"Venice Queen"
A video for the title track was recently lensed and shall begin airing shortly.

Eat The Bizkit
Former Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland has now responded back to Fred Durst's recent pleas for him to re-join Limp Bizkit. In a recent entry on Limp Bizkit's official website www.limpbizkit.com, Durst went on to give out Borland's email address and asked fans to "email wes and tell him to come back to his family" while also saying that the band hope Wes will one date return to the group. As such, in a recent posting on Borland's new bands site www.eattheday.com, Wes said the following:
"As many of you know my e-mail was recently posted on another site, and the person who posted it asked everyone to tell me to come back to my former band. I have to say that I immediately wanted to shut the account down, but ended up leaving it up for a while to see what kind of response I got. Although I did not read the hundreds of e-mails themselves, I took time to browse over the subject titles. 75% or more of all the e-mails pleaded for me not to return. I was amazed. Thank you all for the support. You again have let me know that you agree with my decision. Cheers, Wes"
I don't think that worked out the way Durst wanted it to!

More Prophets
The Lostprophets now expect to hit the studio in October/November to begin work on their upcoming new album which they hope to have finished by early next year. A release in the spring through Columbia is being eyed.

U.K. Farming
Alien Ant Farm frontman Dryden Mitchell has now been transferred to the U.K. for treatment regarding the back injuries which he suffered in Spain last week following a fatal bus crash. He is expected to undergo treatment until the end of the week, after which he will be able to return back to the U.S. where the rest of the band are already recuperating. Needless to say, nearly all of the bands previously announced upcoming touring commitments have been canceled.

Tribunal War
Former PRP Band Of The Month Swift have now signed a contract with Tribunal Records and will be releasing their long awaited new album "Waging War" through the label on July 23rd. The effort is however expected to be made available for purchase at the bands live shows beginning in late June.

No Kush Till January
The Kush Project, a group which features members of the Deftones and Cypress Hill along with former members of Fear Factory, are now planning a January 2003 release for their upcoming debut effort which was completed earlier this year.

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