November 2005 - Blabbermouth Archive

Former CARCASS Frontman JEFF WALKER: Solo Album Track Listing Revealed

Former CARCASS bassist/vocalist Jeff Walker has finalized the track listing for his upcoming solo album consisting exclusively of country and blues covers. The CD, entitled "Welcome to Carcass Cuntry", will include tracks from such artists as SKEETER DAVIS, HANK WILLIAMS, JOHNNY CASH, CONNIE SMITH, and JOHN DENVER — albeit with a metallic spin. A March ...

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EMPEROR To Add Second New York City Show

With the group's July 14, 2006 gig at New York City's B.B. King's club over half way sold out at press time, Norwegian black metal legends EMPEROR will be adding a second New York City show on July 13 at the same venue. According to the group's booking agent, over 500 tickets have been sold ...

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CRIMSON GLORY Reunion Plans Detailed

Rod Harmon of HeraldTribune.com has issued the following report: Among prog-metal lovers, the Sarasota-Bradenton band CRIMSON GLORY is semi-legendary, a rival to QUEENSRŸCHE and TOOL — especially in Europe, where its out-of-print albums are highly sought collectors' items. It's been six years since the band released its last album, and 16 years since ...

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BOLT THROWER: Scandinavian Tour Dates Announced

BOLT THROWER have confirmed a full Scandinavian tour for April 2006. The dates are as follows: Apr. 13 - Copenhagen, DEN - The Rock Apr. 14 - Gothenburg, SWE - Sticky Fingers Apr. 15 - Oslo, NOR – TBA (Inferno Festival) Apr. 16 - Stockholm, SWE - Klubben Apr. 18 - Helsinki, FIN - Nosturi ...

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SANCTUARY Fights U.S. Royalties Lawsuit

Nick Goodway of the Evening Standard is reporting that Sanctuary, the independent music group which handles artists such as GUNS N' ROSES, IRON MAIDEN, SLIPKNOT and SLAYER, today rebutted claims made by California's 5.1 Label in a $50 million lawsuit. London-based Sanctuary also said it had launched a countersuit, claiming Label failed to sell in ...

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