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DEF LEPPARD guitarist Phil Collen is a guest on tonight's (April 19) episode of Comedy Central's new comedy and music series "The Comedy Jam". The eight-episode season features celebrities dishing on a cherished memory linked to an iconic song and...

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In a brand new interview with Capital Chaos TV, Philip Anselmo was asked if there was still any unreleased PANTERA material that could be made available as part of the band's ongoing reissue campaign. He said: "That's interesting, because I did find a track I cannot make heads or tails out of and I know it's the guys... But I never did vocals over the top of it, and I'm sure back in the day there was good reason for it. It doesn't really do much — it's like riffs back and forth and that's that — so it must've been just a... I...

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POISON bassist Bobby Dall has told The Washington Times that he is reluctant to sign many items of memorabilia for "fans" he believes to be professional autograph seekers, only to see those same articles sold online at exorbitant prices. "I'm not going to sit there and sign 30 things for someone to get rich off of me," Dall said, "but I don't mind signing one . That's my rule." Likewise, Dall said that while he generally tries to grant the wishes of fans who approach him on the street for photos or autographs, there are times when he doesn't...

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POISON bassist Bobby Dall has told The Washington Times that he is reluctant to sign many items of memorabilia for "fans" he believes to be professional autograph seekers, only to see those same articles sold online at exorbitant prices. "I'm not going to sit there and sign 30 things for someone to get rich off of me," Dall said, "but I don't mind signing one . That's my rule." Likewise, Dall said that while he generally tries to grant the wishes of fans who approach him on the street for photos or autographs, there are times when he doesn't...

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Tom Araya says that SLAYER is still working out "the business aspects of things" in the aftermath of the passing of the band's co-founding guitarist Jeff Hannemann. Hanneman died in May 2013 from alcohol-related cirrhosis of the liver. He is credited for writing many of SLAYER's classic songs, including "Angel Of Death" and "South Of Heaven". Asked by the Chilean radio station Futuro if there are plans for SLAYER to release a follow-up album to 2015's "Repentless", Araya said: "I don't know. I know that when we recorded the album itself,...

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