August 2005 - Blabbermouth Archive

DISSECTION To Headline Germany's WINTERNOISE Festival

Reactivated Swedish death metallers DISSECTION have been confirmed as the headliners of Germany's Winternoise festival, set to take place January 28, 2006 in Osnabrück. DISSECTION will play "the last set ever in Germany based on old songs," the band write on their web site. "This will also be the last concert in Germany before the ...

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ENTER MY SILENCE Negotiating Record Deal

Finnish melodic death metallers ENTER MY SILENCE have posted the following message on their official web site: "Yeah, we're still alive... The reason it's been a while is that there basically hasn't been much going on to go public with... We finished recording the [second] album [at Studio Watercastle in Jyväskylä, Finland] back in February, ...

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ROADKILL Singer Dies Of Cancer

Singer Marco Hendriks of the Dutch heavy metal band ROADKILL passed away on August 16 at age 36. Hendriks was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year. ROADKILL's debut album, "Merlin", was released in early 2005. The group had previously contributed to several compilations in addition to issuing an EP, "Pyramid", in 2001. For more information ...

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TED NUGENT Offers To Shoot Bears In Wake Of Maulings

The Canadian Press has issued the following report: Rocker and hunting enthusiast Ted Nugent has volunteered to shoot bears in Manitoba following a fatal mauling of a 68-year-old man in the province last week. In an e-mail to a Winnipeg newspaper, the guitarist known as "The Motor City Madman" offered his condolences to the family ...

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DESTRUCTION: 'Inventor Of Evil' Enters German Chart At No. 68

DESTRUCTION's new album, "Inventor of Evil", has entered the official German chart at position No. 68. The CD will receive a North American release on October 25 via Candlelight Records. DESTRUCTION recorded "Inventor of Evil" with producer Peter Tätgtren (HYPOCRISY, PAIN), V.O. Pulver (GURD) and their live engineer Franky Winkelmann at studios in Germany and ...

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