May 2005 - Blabbermouth Archive

DISSECTION, MAYHEM's ATTILA Confirmed For Israel's METALIST FESTIVAL

MAYHEM frontman Attila Csihar (TORMENTOR, ABORYM) will make a special appearance with reactivated Swedish death metallers DISSECTION at Israel's annual Metalist Festival on June 22 at the Hangar 11 club in Tel Aviv. Also scheduled to appear at the festival are headliners MEGADETH and homegrown metallers ETERNAL GRAY. The Metalist Festival will feature performances from ...

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REFLEXION To Begin Recording Debut Album

REFLEXION, the Finnish band featuring vocalist Juha Kylmänen (FOR MY PAIN…, ex-TO/DIE/FOR), will enter Soundtrack Studios in Helsinki on May 13 to begin recording their long-awaited debut album for Scandinavian A1 Music, tentatively due early fall. A single will precede the album late summer. REFLEXION's three-song demo/CD, "Journey to Tragedy", was recorded in 2003 at ...

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ORIGIN To Headline OHIO DEATHFEST

ORIGIN have been confirmed as the headliners of the Ohio Deathfest 2005, a two-day event set to take place June 24-25 at Phantasy Concert Club in Lakewood, Ohio (a suburb of Cleveland). Other acts slated to appear at the festival include SUMMON (who are fresh from a European Tour with GOD DETHRONED), New York’s PYREXIA, ...

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VALUME NOB To Record Full-Length Debut In June

VALUME NOB, the Louisiana based band featuring CROWBAR/DOWN guitarist Kirk Windstein on bass, have posted the following message on their official web site: "At last, VALUME NOB is back in full swing. Kirk just arrived back in town last night from a two-month CROWBAR run. We are set to begin rehearsing for our record beginning ...

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RIBSPREADER Begin Work On New Material

Swedish "old-school death metal" band RIBSPREADER have posted the following message on their official web site: "Well, the new album ['Congregating the Sick'] will be out May 2nd, so be sure to get it. Or not. Anyway, it's a bunch of fucken old-school songs just like the first one, even if they're not better in ...

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