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Category Archives: Legal Woes

Iron Maiden files 2 million dollar trademark lawsuit over ‘Ion Maiden’ video game

Posted by on May 30, 2019

According to The Daily Beast, Iron Maiden has filed a $2 million trademark infringement lawsuit against a video game developer behind the game called “Ion Maiden.” The Daily Beast has reported the lawsuit reads, 3D Realms, the company who are also behind games such as Duke Nukem 3D are using an “incredibly blatant” trademark infringement, […]

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Slayer suing Secret Solstice festival organizers for backpay

Posted by on April 8, 2019

Slayer has filed a lawsuit against organizers of the Secret Solstice Festival claiming that they are owed $134,000 for their headlining spot in Reykjavik, Iceland last June. The band claims that they have not been fully compensated and seeking the balance of what they are owed. Apparently, Slayer is not the only band to be […]

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Ill Niño lawsuit paints drummer Dave Chavarri in a negative light

Posted by on March 23, 2019

  Earlier this year, Ill Niño erupted into a legal battle once vocalist Cristian Machado, rhythm guitarist Diego Verduzco, and guitarist Ahrue Luster had denied claims of leaving the band. Now a 53-page documentation of the lawsuit has surfaced and portrays drummer and band manager, Dave Chavarri in a negative manner. The lawsuit claims that Chavarri was […]

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Chris Fehn’s lawsuit against Slipknot continues to unfold; Fehn would love to stay with band, lawyer says

Posted by on March 23, 2019

Based on a 14-page court document, Chris Fehn is suing Slipknot, Incorporated; Knot Merch LLC; SK Productions, LLC; SK Touring, Inc; Knot Touring LLC; Rob Shore & Associates, Inc; the group’s leaders Michael Shawn “Clown” Crahan and Corey Taylor; and band’s manager, Robert Shore for “damages and equitable relief.” According to one of Fehn’s attorney’s, […]

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K.K Downing sell-bent for leather; auctioning off Judas Priest songs

Posted by on May 18, 2018

It looks like former Judas Priest guitarist K.K Downing has another thing coming since his Asbury Hall golf course he opened shortly after he left the group back in 2011 has entered administration (similar to America’s Chapter 11) during the fall of 2017. To avoid breaking the law, he’s instead decided to put the royalty […]

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