Archive | July, 2012

Summer Slaughter tour Tampa date stopped due to shooting threat

The Tampa Bay Times is reporting that the Summer Slaughter tour date in Tampa yesterday evening (30th July) was stopped after a woman told a bartender that she overheard two men stating they would kill people. The woman said that she heard two men, armed with a gun and knife, would begin killing people during […]

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The Chariot reveal One Wing artwork and track listing

The Chariot have revealed that they have signed with Season Of Mist for the release of their new album ‘One Wing’ across Europe. The album will be released on the 21st September and the official track listing and artwork can be found below.

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Jane’s Addiction plan to write new album when they get off the road

Speaking to Local Bozo, Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell has revealed that when the band come off the road in September they may begin to write their new album. Perry states that he’d like to give it a six-month window and have the new record out, which means an April 2013 release could be expected […]

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Testament release Native Blood music video

Testament have released the official music video for their song ‘Native Blood.’ The song appears on their latest album ‘Dark Roots Of Earth’ which was released on the 27th July.

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Graveyard reveal Lights Out details

Graveyard have announced that they will release their new album ‘Lights Out’ on the 26th October via Nuclear Blast. Drummer Axel Sjöberg commented on the album title: “The title ‘Lights Out’ sums up the feeling of the new album, and a feeling that we have. That these times that we live in are strange times, […]

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10 Years release Blacklash music video

10 Years have released a music video for their song ‘Backlash,’ the first single from their upcoming album ‘Minus The Machine.’ The album is currently scheduled to be released on the 7th August.

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Century Media and associated labels return to Spotify

Century Media Records and its associated labels InsideOut Music, Superball Music and People Like You Records have announced that their entire catalogues have been made available on Spotify after removing them from the service one year ago. “Spotify offers great tools to discover new artists. We feel that this is essential for our promising newcomers. […]

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