April 2006 - Blabbermouth Archive

KINGDOM COME To Release New Album In September

Long-running German hard rockers KINGDOM COME have set a tentative September 15 release date for their new album. The CD will be the follow-up to "Perpetual", which came out in 2004. As previously reported, KINGDOM COME will be teaming up with HELLOWEEN for a U.S. tour beginning in mid-October. Confirmed dates so far are as ...

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DESTINY Announce New Guitarist

Long-running Swedish metallers DESTINY have found a replacement for the departed Janne Ekberg in former member Floyd Constantin, who played on the band's second album, "Atomic Winter", and was a member of DESTINY between 1986 and 1988. Before joining DESTINY the first time, Floyd was an original KING DIAMOND member but was replaced by Andy ...

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SUPERNOVA: Behind-The-Scenes Footage To Be Made Available Online

MSN today announced that it is renewing and enhancing its relationship with Mark Burnett Productions by again providing exclusive programming online for the second season of CBS' "Rock Star", the reality show that revived the fortunes of international rock band INXS. For the first time, weekly behind-the-scenes episodes containing all original footage will be streamed ...

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APOCALYPTICA: 'Amplified' Collection To Feature New Recordings

SOULFLY mainman Max Cavalera (ex-SEPULTURA) and BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE singer Matt Tuck have recorded guest vocals on one of two "new" tracks that are set to appear on APOCALYPTICA's upcoming 10-year anniversary "best of" CD, "Amplified - A Decade of Reinventing the Cello", due on May 26. Cavalera and Tuck share lead vocals on ...

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SENATE Tap MARTYR Drummer For Debut CD

Canadian metallers SENATE have tapped MARTYR drummer Patrice Hamelin to play on their upcoming debut album, tentatively due later in the year. The CD will be recorded in June at Silo Studios in Hamilton, Ontario with producer Julius "Juice" Butty (ALEXISONFIRE, PROTEST THE HERO) and will contain the following nine tracks: 01. War Without End, ...

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AEROSMITH's TOM HAMILTON Finds Himself 'Banned In Boston'

AEROSMITH bassist Tom Hamilton will be "Banned In Boston" for the fourth time this Friday night (April 7), when he will put his best dress on for charity at the Avalon. Hamilton will be in costume as former First Lady Barbara Bush at the 11th annual "Banned In Boston" charity event, which raises money for ...

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