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Ritchie Blackmore says that he would be willing to reunite with DEEP PURPLE for one final concert. Blackmore is a co-founder of DEEP PURPLE and wrote many of their most memorable riffs, including "Smoke On The Water", but he has not played with the group since his 1993 departure. In a brand new interview with Germany's Rock N Roll Reporter, Ritchie stated about the prospect of sharing the stage with PURPLE again: "I think if they would be interested, and our schedules aligned, I would be available for one show — for nostalgic reasons....

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According to The Pulse Of Radio, GREEN DAY singer/guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong has teamed up with RANCID frontman Tim Armstrong — no relation — to launch a new punk supergroup called ARMSTRONGS. Billie Joe's son Joey Armstrong, who played in the punk band SWMRS, and Tim's nephew Rey Armstrong round out the quartet, which has released its first song, called "If There Was Ever A Time". ARMSTRONGS recorded the track for the documentary "Turn It Around: The Story Of East Bay Punk", which the members of GREEN DAY helped produce. The...

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EXPULSION Feat. REPULSION, EXHUMED Members: Entire ‘Nightmare Future’ Album Available For Streaming
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"Nightmare Future", the debut album from EXPULSION, the extreme metal act featuring members of REPULSION, EXHUMED, PHOBIA, INTRONAUT, GRUESOME and numerous others, can be streamed in its entirety below. The disc was released on July 14 on...

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EXPULSION Feat. REPULSION, EXHUMED Members: Entire ‘Nightmare Future’ Album Available For Streaming
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"Nightmare Future", the debut album from EXPULSION, the extreme metal act featuring members of REPULSION, EXHUMED, PHOBIA, INTRONAUT, GRUESOME and numerous others, can be streamed in its entirety below. The disc was released on July 14 on...

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GRIM REAPER’s STEVE GRIMMETT Plays First Concert Since Losing His Leg (Video)
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STEVE GRIMMETT'S GRIM REAPER, the revamped version of the cult '80s British metal act GRIM REAPER, played its first concert since the band's lead singer, Steve Grimmett, had his right leg partially amputated. Fan-filmed video footage of the July 14 gig — which saw Grimmett walking with a prosthetic limb and using a wheelchair — at the Bang Your Head!!! festival in Balingen, Germany can be seen below. Steve had the operation in January after an infected wound on his foot spread to the bones in his leg part way through the group's...

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