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Category Archives: Legal Woes

Battle over Entombed name appears to be over

Posted by on May 22, 2017

When Entombed temporarily broke up in 2014, the band splintered into two groups, and since then there’s been a battle over the band’s name. Guitarist Alex Hellid, and Uffe Cederlund as well as drummer Nicke Andersson have been involved in a battle with former singer LG Petrov over the Entombed name and trademarks. Petrov formed Entombed A.D., […]

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Barry McKay responds to Iron Maiden’s legal dispute

Posted by on May 15, 2017

Iron Maiden haven’t been paying “Hallowed Be Thy Name” lately due to a legal dispute. Barry McKay who represents Brian Quinn, the original writer for “Life Shadow,” responded in detail about the trial, and why the setlist staple isn’t currently being heard. In a lengthy statement, he reveals an in-depth look at the legal battle including a […]

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Don’t expect to see Iron Maiden perform “Hallowed Be Thy Name” live anytime soon

Posted by on May 15, 2017

Next month Iron Maiden will return to North America in support of 2015’s The Book of Souls and it looks like their famous track “Hallowed Be Thy Name” won’t be included on this run. The band have decided to drop the song from the set list due to a legal dispute. In addition to “Hallowed […]

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Guy that designed Dimebag Darrell’s ‘Dean From Hell’ guitar hasnt made any money

Posted by on April 26, 2017

Heard of Dimebag Darrell? Of course you have. The late Pantera guitarist is one of the best-known guitarists of the last 30 years. Heard of Buddy Blaze? Probably not, unless you’re a guitar geek. Buddy Webster, who goes by Buddy Blaze, has been a custom guitar designer since the ’80s. He’s designed axes for bands […]

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Five Finger Death Punch file lawsuit against Prospect Park

Posted by on April 11, 2017

Remember that new Five Finger Death Punch album? No?  That’s because there isn’t one, even if the band did share a snippet of a new song last year. They still owe Prospect Park a record before they move over to Rise, who they signed with last year. Prospect Park sued the band last year, claiming […]

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