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Monthly Archives: February 2011

Marilyn Manson To Become Subject Of Autobiography, Play With Cats

Posted by on February 28, 2011

Remember when Marilyn Manson’s autobiograpy, The Long Hard Road Out of Hell, came out in 1998? Well, maybe because it’s 11 years later, or maybe because he’d rather not have a pick up artist write about him, but Manson has decided to work on his first authorized biography. LA Weekly scribe Erin Broadley has left the […]

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Danzig Announces New Tour Dates

Posted by on February 28, 2011

Danzig has announced dates for a new April/May tour.

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Poison And Motley Crue To Tour Together After All

Posted by on February 28, 2011

Back in November, Bret Michaels let it slip that he and Poison would be co-headlining a tour with fellow 80’s glam rockers Motley Crue. The only problem was that Vince Neil claimed no such plans had been made. Plus, Nikki Sixx seemed to have made it clear back in 2004 by saying “No way in […]

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Chris Jericho To Appear On Dancing With The Stars

Posted by on February 28, 2011

Former WWE champion Chris Jericho has created a career outside of the ring for himself over the years. In addition to hosting countless reality TV and game shows, Jericho is also known for fronting his own metal band Fozzy. He’s also gained enough “metal credibility” to appear on a crap load of metal tribute albums, […]

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Halford, Grohl, Lemmy And Many Others Reportedly On Board For Dio Tribute Album

Posted by on February 28, 2011

Since forming Niji Records and the Stand Up And Shout Fund (which benefits cancer research) to honor the late Ronnie James Dio, his widow Wendy Dio has been doing a lot to keep the great singer’s legacy alive. But it looks like in addition to everything she’s already done, Mrs. Dio is putting together one […]

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Photos: Times Of Grace, Straight Line Stitch At Gramercy Theater, 2/22

Posted by on February 28, 2011

Last week, Times of Grace made their debut New York performance at a sold-out Gramercy Theater. Straight Line Stitch, preparing to release their sophomore album, The Fight of our Lives on 3/22, opened, along with War of Ages and Dead Men Dreaming. Photographer Di Lynn Ring was there and captured some shots for Metal Insider.

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Black Label Society, All That Remains, Hail The Villain To Tour Together

Posted by on February 28, 2011

Black Label Society will be taking part in the first annual Uranium Tour with All That Remains and Hail The Villain.

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Update: Tom Araya Starting To Feel Better; Awaiting Test Results

Posted by on February 28, 2011

Yesterday, we reported on how Slayer singer and bassist Tom Araya was taken to a hospital, forcing the band to cancel their appearance at the Soundwave Festival in Sydney, Australia. Not much was known about what caused Araya’s sudden illness. However, later on in the day, Araya’s wife Sandra provided an update about her husband’s […]

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Chimaira Guitarist Joins Six Feet Under

Posted by on February 28, 2011

After it was leaked by recently departed bassist Terry Butler, Six Feet Under have confirmed that Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold has joined the band as their second rhythm guitarist. Arnold will reportedly appear with the band on their upcoming touring duties and has already started working on a new album with them. Six Feet Under […]

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Deftones Reveal Track Listing To Covers Vinyl

Posted by on February 28, 2011

Deftones has revealed the track listing to their Record Store Day vinyl release Covers.

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