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May. 31st, 2002 | 12:34 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Bring The Delay
Candiria's forthcoming double CD set "The C.O.M.A. Imprint" has once again been pushed back, this time to a July 02nd release date as a result of unforeseen manufacturing errors. The effort will be the inaugural release through the bands newly founded label The C.O.M.A. Imprint/Lakeshore and is being spearheaded by the first single "Bring The Pain/Multiple Incisions". In other news, Unearth have now dropped off the groups upcoming summer tour with 36 Crazyfists and a replacement act is expected to be announced shortly. Various dates for the trek have also been juggled as well, the latest are available on www.candiria.com.

Dark Lollipops
Lollipop Lust Kill have tentatively been added to Coal Chamber's upcoming Dark Days 2002 Tour which also features American Head Charge and Medication. More info is expected shortly.

National Releases
Sepultura plan to combine all three of their previous home video releases ("Under Siege - Live In Barcelona", "Third World Chaos" and "We Are What We Are") on one DVD through Roadrunner/Island/Def Jam on August 13th. In related news, the bands upcoming double CD live album "Live At Brixton" has been slated for an August 27th release. The effort consists of their last ever live performance with former frontman Max Cavalera which took place at The Brixton Academy in London, ENG on December 16th, 1996.

R.I.P. Rankin
Former 6gig drummer Dave Rankin was found deceased in his home this past Monday, May 27th. He was 31 and a cause of death was not announced. It is said that Rankin was recently replaced by Jason Stewart of Twitchboy. At present, 6gig plan to release their upcoming new album "Mind Over Mind" on July 30th release through Ultimatum/Artemis.

Kill The Kittie
Killswitch Engage have been tapped to play on the upcoming Kittie, Poison The Well, Shadows Fall and Hotwire tour which will kick off on July 08th and continue through till late August. The band will be handling the second slot on the bill while dates and venues for the trek will be announced shortly.

Back To The Farm
Alien Ant Farm frontman Dryden Mitchell recently released a statement regarding the fractured C2 vertebra he suffered in the bands bus accident, here's what he had to say:
"I'm just so grateful that my injuries aren't worse. There will be a lot of rehabilitation and physical therapy, but I'm planning on working hard so the band can get back to writing songs, and then we can get in the studio and record the new album as soon as possible."

Are You Incubus?
Incubus have lined up the track "Are You In?" as the next single off of their latest release "Morning View". A video for the track is already completed and should begin airing more prominently in the near future.

Twiggy Branches Out
Marilyn Manson has parted ways with bassist Twiggy Ramirez. An official statement was posted on www.marilynmanson.com, it is as follows:
"Marilyn Manson moves forward with a dramatic change in style, attitude and personnel by announcing the departure of longtime friend and bassist Twiggy Ramirez.
'I have spent eight months transforming this band and our new songs into an unstoppable juggernaut, and sadly Twiggy wasn’t able to make himself a part of it,' says Manson. 'Unfortunately, I feel that Marilyn Manson, as a lifestyle, is not where his heart is. So I have decided to let him go his own way, otherwise it wouldn’t be fair to us, the music, or especially to the fans. Although you can never replace a best friend like Twiggy, this album and new lineup will redefine anyone’s idea of what Marilyn Manson is capable of.'
Marilyn Manson, John 5, M.W. Gacy and Ginger Fish are joined by bassist Tim Skold.
The Golden Age of Grotesque, which is under the production team of Manson, Skold and Ben Grosse is near completion and expected this Fall on Interscope Records."
Although it is unknown what Ramirez's long-time future plans entail, it is known that he is currently in the studio recording material as a member of the new super group The Headband, which also features members of Amen and Queens Of The Stone Age within its ranks.

My Chemical Album
My Chemical Romance are nearly done recording their upcoming debut album "I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love". The group suffered a few setbacks in the studio due to some illnesses but have now recovered and plan to finish up work in the studio next week. A July 23rd release through Eyeball is being planned. In other news, the group have added guitarist Frank Iero to their lineup and will be playing a show at Club Krome in South Amboy, NJ on June 14th. Keepsake, Random Task and more are also on the bill.

Slipknot Dolls
Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison recently supplied the lowdown on the forthcoming Roadrunner/Island/Def Jam debut from his long running side project Murderdolls. For all the information, http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/wildcard

Korn Serial
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis is planning to launch a museum in Los Angeles, CA to showcase his collection of various serial killer memorabilia. He is working with artist Phil Coleman and architect Arthur Rosenblatt on the project while pieces in his collection include clown suits worn by John Wayne Gacy, drawings by Richard Ramirez and more.

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, http://www.spastica.net/aa/

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