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Jun. 25th, 2002 | 09:59 am
mood: goodgood
music: AMEN - Woke Up Now?
posted by: immorak in loud

A New Vision
With Vision Of Disorder currently on hiatus, band frontman Tim Williams and guitarist Mike Kennedy have diverted their focus to a new project together, the official name for which will be announced shortly. So far the group have nearly an albums worth of material written and are currently holding auditions for a bassist and drummer for the outing. They are looking for professional musicians who are serious about playing only and those who are interested can send their resume, their info and if possible small sound clips to drummerandbassist@hotmail.com for more information. In the meantime, the only known song title for the group so far is "Cruel World".

Sid Sour
Slipknot DJ Sid Wilson will be making a guest appearance on a handful of tracks on the forthcoming self-titled debut offering from Stone Sour, the side group of his Slipknot band mates Corey Taylor and Jim Root. Wilson's contributions will be featured on the following tracks from the album:
"Orchids"
"Monolith"
"Cold Reader"
At present the effort has now been pushed back to a September 17th release through Roadrunner/Island/Def Jam.

Download Mp3 Now?
Amen have posted an mp3 of the alternate extended version of their new song "Woke Up Now?" online as part of their "Amen Free Music Campaign", you can check it out at www.comaamerica.com.

Sinister Speeding
Rob Zombie has lined up the track "Demon Speeding" as the next single from his latest release, "The Sinister Urge". The track is expected to hit radio in July and a video for it is also said to be in the works. At present, Zombie is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on the soundtrack to his forthcoming feature length directorial debut "House Of 1000 Corpses", a film which will see a release in theaters around Halloween.

Sonic Addiction
Jane's Addiction are currently in the studio with producer Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd, Kiss) recording their forthcoming new album "Hypersonic". The band have completed laying down the basics for around 8 tracks so far and are expected to continue the process for the coming weeks. In the meantime various members of the group recently commented to Rolling Stone about working together again, you can check out their thoughts here.


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