THE SWORD Begins Recording 'Used Future' Album

Following a successful two-year period that saw Austin, Texas metal luminaries THE SWORD release their fifth studio album, "High Country", followed by the acoustic album "Low Country" and the live album "Greetings From..." , along with extensive worldwide touring, the band has commenced recording its new studio album titled "Used Future". The disc is being ...

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CHRIS CORNELL's Widow Goes To Detroit To Investigate His Death

According to The Pulse Of Radio, Chris Cornell's widow Vicky traveled to Detroit for the first time since his death last May in an effort to continue investigating the circumstances surrounding the SOUNDGARDEN singer's passing. Accompanied by a lawyer, Vicky had scheduled a meeting with the Wayne County Medical Examiner's office, but reportedly arrived so ...

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KORN's FIELDY To Release 'Bassically' Solo Album In November

KORN bassist Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu will release his long-awaited jazz fusion album titled "Bassically" on November 17. The seventeen-track disc was produced by Fieldy's writing partner Anthony "Q" Quiles" and mixed by Chris Collier. The record features guest appearances by three of Fieldy's bandmates: drummer Ray Luzier plays drums, bongos, shaker, tambourine and djembe on ...

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MARILYN MANSON Pulls Out Of AFTERSHOCK Festival

MARILYN MANSON and FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLESNAKES have canceled their appearances at this year's edition of the Aftershock festival. The organizers have since announced that BUTCHER BABIES and PALAYE ROYALE have been added to the two-day event, which is scheduled to take place October 21-22 at Discovery Park in Sacramento, California. Manson's Aftershock cancelation ...

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GODFLESH To Release 'Post Self' Album In November

U.K. industrial metal pioneers GODFLESH will release their new album, "Post Self", on November 17 via Shellshock. Over two years in the making, "Post Self" explores the less "metal" side of GODFLESH, taking in the formative influences and spitting out something more informed by late '70s early '80s post-punk and industrial than it is anything ...

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CANNIBAL CORPSE Drummer Defends Band's Violent Lyrical Imagery

Paul Mazurkiewicz has defended CANNIBAL CORPSE's infamously violent lyrics and artwork, saying that people who take exception to the band's brutal and bestial imagery are overreacting. The Florida-based death metal outfit has long been criticized for its graphic lyrical topics, with some detractors claiming the group's albums desensitize people to violence. During a recent appearance ...

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