KILLSWITCH ENGAGE Guitarist JOEL STROETZEL Leaves Tour Due To ‘Family Emergency’
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KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist Joel Stroetzel has left the band's European tour to due to a family emergency. KILLSWITCH production stage/manager Josh Mihlek is filling in for Joel for a few songs at the final two shows of the band trek: Vienna (February...

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HELLYEAH bassist Kyle Sanders says that "everything was put on hold" with the band following the death of Vinnie Paul Abbott. Last June, the drummer died from cardiomyopathy, or an enlarged heart, with coronary artery disease being identified as a significant condition in his death. Sanders, who launched Let There Be Rock Schools in Gainesville, Georgia while HELLYEAH was taking a break, told the Gainesville Times about his friend's passing: "It was just heavy. It was awful. And dealing with that, everything was put on hold because we weren't...

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Holland's FaceCulture recently conducted an interview with frontwoman Sharon Den Adel of Dutch metallers WITHIN TEMPTATION about the band's new "Resist" studio album. You can watch the entire chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by...

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MISFITS guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein says that METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich was right to launch legal action against Napster in 2000. METALLICA sued the pioneering music file-sharing service, claiming that it was illegally allowing users to download the group's tracks without paying royalties to the band. Doyle made his comments while speaking to "The Liquid Conversations" about the changes in the music industry since the MISFITS' inception more than 40 years ago. "The thing that sucks the most about it is everybody steals...

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JUDAS PRIEST singer Rob Halford has commented on Ozzy Osbourne's latest hospitalization. The legendary British heavy metal band was scheduled to tour Europe with the BLACK SABBATH frontman before Ozzy canceled the trek when he was admitted to the hospital due to complications from the flu. Asked by Australia's Heavy if Ozzy's latest health scare makes him question his own mortality, the 67-year-old Halford said (hear audio below): "We love Ozzy to death. Oh my God! When you say 'Ozzy,' your head is full of this remarkable man's career and...

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