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LACUNA COIL Singer Featured In New APOCALYPTICA Video

Finnish metal cellists APOCALYPTICA shot a video for the song "S.O.S. (Anything but Love)" in Vilnius, Lithuania. The clip features a guest appearance by LACUNA COIL singer Cristina Scabbia. Stated Scabbia: "I did it in a supercrazy location, and it's been so much FUN. The APOCALYPTICA guys (and crew) were so awesome, you have no ...

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APOCALYPTICA: More 'Worlds Collide' Release Dates Announced

APOCALYPTICA's new album "Worlds Collide", which was released today (Septemebr 14) in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, will be issued on the following dates in other parts of the world: Sep. 17 - Rest of continental Europe (inc. UK), Mexico, Australia Sep. 19 - Scandinavia, Russia Sep. 26 - Japan Sep. 28 - Ireland "Worlds Collide" ...

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RAMMSTEIN Guitarist's EMIGRATE Project Lands In German Top 10

EMIGRATE, the side-project of RAMMSTEIN guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, has entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 8 with its self-titled debut album. A video for the song "My World" — which appears on the "Emigrate" CD as well as the upcoming "Resident Evil: Extinction" soundtrack (due on September 18 via Lakeshore Records) ...

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APOCALYPTICA: 'Worlds Collide' Deluxe Edition Detailed

Finnish metal cellists APOCALYPTICA will release their new album, "Worlds Collide", in Europe on September 14. The CD will be made available in standard and "deluxe" versions, the latter of which is described as "truly a work of art both in its artwork and its content." The "deluxe" edition contains two bonus tracks — "Ural" ...

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APOCALYPTICA: New Album Listening Session Available

Finnish metal cellists APOCALYPTICA have issued the following update: "Today sees the start on MySpace of an exclusive pre-listening session for the new APOCALYPTICA album, 'Worlds Collide', up for release on September 14th! "In the Orkus magazine advance listening test, the album has shot straight to No. 1 and the first single, 'I'm Not Jesus' ...

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RAMMSTEIN Guitarist's EMIGRATE: 'My World' Video Posted Online

EMIGRATE, the side-project of RAMMSTEIN guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, has released its video for the song "My World". The track comes off the group's upcoming self-titled debut album (due on August 31) as well as the "Resident Evil: Extinction" soundtrack, which will be issued on September 18 via Lakeshore Records. Watch the clip below. In ...

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RAMMSTEIN, THREE DAYS GRACE Frontmen Guest On New APOCALYPTICA CD

RAMMSTEIN frontman Till Lindemann and THREE DAYS GRACE's Adam Gontier are among the newly revealed guest singers who are featured on the upcoming album from Finnish cello rockers APOCALYPTICA, entitled "Worlds Collide". Lindemann reportedly appears on the song "Helden", which is said to be a German-language cover version of the DAVID BOWIE classic "Heroes". "Worlds ...

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EN ESCH: I'm Not The New Singer Of RAMMSTEIN

Former KMFDM and current SLICK IDIOT frontman En Esch has commented on the fake press release that was circulated to media outlets on Monday (July 16) claiming that he was going to become the new singer of RAMMSTEIN. In a posting on SLICK IDIOT's official web site, En Esch stated, "Since I have been contacted ...

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RAMMSTEIN Frontman: It's Very Easy For Gay Men To Get Laid

German industrial metallers RAMMSTEIN discuss the controversial single "Mann Gegen Mann" ("Man Against Man") from their new album "Rosenrot" in the latest issue of the Swedish magazine Close-Up. In the chorus, the word "schwule" (German for "faggot") is uttered repeatedly. In the article, RAMMSTEIN vocalist Till Lindemann asks the reporter: "Do you think it's homophobic?" ...

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RAMMSTEIN: Concerts In Asia Cancelled

German industrial metallers RAMMSTEIN were forced to cancel their previously announced shows in Korea and Japan after the group's vocalist, Till Lindemann, suffered a knee injury during an appearance at this year's Metaltown festival (where they reported performed on a wet stage in the rain), which took place July 30 at Frihamnen in Gothenburg, Sweden. ...

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RAMMSTEIN: New Album To Surface In September

Rock Hard magazine is reporting that RAMMSTEIN's follow-up to 2001's "Mutter" is set to be released September 20, 2004. The first single, entitled "Mein Teil", will arrive on June 21 — one week later than the originally announced June 14 release date. Rock Hard has also reportedly stated the following about the album's musical direction: ...

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RAMMSTEIN Get 'Calm' In Russian

RAMMSTEIN vocalist Till Lindemann and guitarist Richard Kruspe have reportedly collaborated on cover of the track "Shtil" ("Calm") by the Russian band ARIA. The song, which is sung in Russian, was recently broadcast on Russian radio and a 40-second sample was posted online at this location. No further information about the recording is ...

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RAMMSTEIN To Split Up?

German supergroup RAMMSTEIN are on the verge of splitting up, according to Britain's Metal Hammer magazine. A source close to the band says that "they feel as though they have taken their music/stage show as far as it can go" and are now "looking to pursue other musical projects." Guitarist Richard Kruspe-Bernstein is currently demoing ...

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