November 2005 - Blabbermouth Archive

GRAVEWORM Cancel European Tour

According to a posting on the Nuclear Blast Records web site, Italian gothic black metal band GRAVEWORM have been forced to cancel their first headlining tour "due to health problems of singer Stefan Fiori." No further information is currently available. GRAVEWORM's latest CD, "(N)utopia", was released earlier in the year via Nuclear Blast Records. ...

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36 CRAZYFISTS: In Pre-Production Mode

36 CRAZYFISTS guitarist Steve Holt has posted the following message on the band's official web site: "Today [Oct. 31] marks the official beginning of pre-production for us. Our producer Sal Villanueva [THURSDAY, TAKING BACK SUNDAY, VISION OF DISORDER] flew in last night from New Jersey so we figured wed kick this thing off with a ...

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Metal Meets Gospel At Special Swedish Concert

LION'S SHARE bassist Sampo Axelsson (bass; ex-GLENN HUGHES, CRAWLEY) will play bass with the Swedish choir Immanuel Gospel Choir at a special concert dubbed "Gospel on the Rocks" at Mondo in Stockholm on Saturday, November 5. The choir and the band will perform songs by OZZY OSBOURNE, DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW and others. The band's lineup ...

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THE DEVIANT Sign With TABU RECORDINGS

Norway's THE DEVIANT have inked a deal with Tabu Recordings. The group will release their debut album, "Ravenous Deathworship", on February 13, 2006. A U.S. release through Candlelight Records will follow later in the year. The core of THE DEVIANT is comprised of former members of the legendary cult band 122 STABWOUNDSBlod (Jan ...

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GOD FORBID: Extras Needed For Video Shoot

GOD FORBID are looking for extras to be in their new video for the epic track "To the Fallen Hero", which will be shot by acclaimed director Shane Drake (FALL OUT BOY, HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS) this Saturday, Nov. 5. The shoot will take place at Westlake High School (100 North Lakeview Canyon Road) in Westlake Village, ...

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AUDIOSLAVE Sneak Previews Third Album Songs

Launch Radio Networks reports: AUDIOSLAVE singer Chris Cornell announced to the audience at New York City's Madison Square Garden on Saturday night (October 29) that the band has already finished writing its third album. The group then proceeded to play a brand new song, which was not titled yet. Cornell told Launch that he enjoys ...

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