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KORN’s FIELDY Releases Documentary About Making Of ‘Bassically’ Solo Album

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A three-part documentary about the making of KORN bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu‘s jazz fusion album, “Bassically”, can be seen below. The film was directed by Sébastien Paquet.

“Bassically” was be released on November 17. The seventeen-track disc was produced by Fieldy‘s writing partner Anthony “Q” Quiles” and mixed by Chris Collier. The record features guest appearances by three of Fieldy‘s bandmates: drummer Ray Luzier plays drums, bongos, shaker, tambourine and djembe on the songs “Bass O Rama”, “Step Right Up”, “Basque K Cinco”, “Zibba Zibop” and “Mr. Bassmen”; guitarist Brian “Head” Welch plays on “I Wuv Bass Mon”; and singer Jonathan Davis does some beatboxing on “JD Fresh”.

“This is a bass album that encompasses the last nine years of my life on the road recording with a variety of special and unique basses,” Fieldy said. “This project features recordings of mine from dressing rooms, tour buses, hotel rooms and other unique locations playing on basses just as obscure as the locations. It’s a blend of funk, fusion, and rock. I can’t wait to share it with you.”

Asked what his inspirations were when writing “Bassically”, Fieldy told Weld For Birmingham in a 2016 interview: “To write it, my inspiration was probably my wife Dena. She was, like, ‘You should put a bass album out.’ And then I really thought about it. And if you go back in time to my inspiration in my early days, I listened to a lot of Stanley Clarke. And then from there on, I got into a lot of Flea. And I started really listening to some of these great bands — if you’re not listening for it, you don’t really know how great a lot of those bass players are unless you listen. For example, a lot of classic rock bands I listened to as a kid — now, I was like, ‘Wait, I just found the EAGLES on the bass, rippin’! Or LED ZEPPELIN! LED ZEPPELIN gets to rippin’ on bass! You hear these great tones that as a kid, I’d never really listened to. And now, I’m like starting to listen and trip out on it.”

Luzier told ABC News Radio back in 2013 that he found some inventive ways to create drum tracks for “Basically”. “I did some made-up percussion stuff, like we’d literally have a cup full of, like, change and seashells and I’d shake it,” he said. “And then… backstage [at a KORN show], we recorded a drum track, I pulled a floor tom off my kit and a snare and a hi-hat and it’s come out way better than we thought.”

“Bassically” track listing:

01. Bass O Rama
02. Charlie Brown
03. Step Right Up
04. Buck of Funk
05. Basque K Cinco
06. 15 String Exodus
07. JD Fresh
08. Zibba Zibop
09. Check This Out
10. Bass Invaders
11. I Wuv Bass Mon
12. 5 String Graffiti
13. Dance Your Bass Off
14. Give Me 5
15. You Can Do It
16. Mr. Bassmen
17. Bass Age

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Array ( [post_title] => HALESTORM: Making Of 'Do Not Disturb' Video [post_content] => Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of HALESTORM's official music video for the song "Do Not Disturb" can be seen below. The clip was directed by Roboshobo (a.k.a. Robert Schober), who has previously worked with METALLICA, ALICE IN CHAINS, MASTODON, DISTURBED and GREEN DAY, among others. "Do Not Disturb" is taken from HALESTORM's latest album, "Vicious", which came out in July via Atlantic. The disc was recorded last year at Nashville, Tennesse's Rock Falcon recording studio with producer Nick Raskulinecz. Commented HALESTORM singer Lzzy Hale: "You asked for it... So we are pleased to present our video for one of our favorite tracks off our album 'Vicious', 'Do Not Disturb'. This song is based off a true story of mine about a very fun night I had overseas that all started with the pick-up line 'I think we should make out.' And since it's October... the boys and I decided to spooky up the story with a few, ahem... minor exaggerations." In a recent interview with Revolver, Lzzy elaborated on how she went about writing "Do Not Disturb". I grew up on a lot of my parents' music: David Lee Roth talking about sex, THE ROLLING STONES talking about sex, CINDERELLA talking about sex," she said. "[The music has] always been an extension of what I'm interested in and what I like, but I'm also proud to come from a position of power when it comes to sex, because that is a part of my life, and a part of many women's lives — I mean, we think about it just as much, if not more, as guys do! "So, to be unafraid to own that on tape was very freeing for me in the studio, to the point that I actually felt bad for Nick, who has kids and has known me for years — he's kind of like a cousin. When we were recording the vocals, he stopped the tape and was, like, 'Um, is that what you've always said?' I told him yeah, and he was, like [in a sheepish tone], 'All right, let's just continue ... I feel a little uncomfortable, but it's okay.'" She continued: "It's based on a true story. I had a lot of fun with a man and a woman a few years ago, on this amazing tour overseas. It was one of these situations where I was going to another country the next day, and I was never going to see this woman again, so it was just this freeing moment: Anything goes. The first lyric of the song, 'I think we should make out,' comes from my icebreaker. I remember getting up for my flight the next day. I flipped the sign on the hotel room to 'Do Not Disturb,' and was, like, 'Ah, I should write that down.' [Laughs] "I ended up writing most of the lyrics on the plane not really knowing where it was going to land, but I'm glad that we did it. It's truly one of my favorite songs on the record, because you know what it's about without there being any profanity. I don't know how they're going to take this one on the radio. [Laughs] Like, are they going to bleep out some things, or leave it be? I'm excited for that." Raskulinecz is an acclaimed producer who has previously worked with RUSH, KORN, ALICE IN CHAINS and DEFTONES, in addition to having produced HALESTORM's third covers EP, "ReAniMate 3.0: The CoVeRs eP", which came out in January 2017.

[post_excerpt] => Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of HALESTORM's official music video for the song "Do Not Disturb" can be seen below. The clip was directed by Roboshobo (a.k.a. Robert Schober), who has previously worked with METALLICA, ALICE IN CHAINS, MASTODON, DISTURBED and GREEN DAY, among others. "Do Not Disturb" is taken from HALESTORM's latest album, "Vicious", which came out in July via Atlantic. The disc was recorded last year at Nashville, Tennesse's Rock Falcon recording studio with producer Nick Raskulinecz. Commented HALESTORM singer Lzzy Hale: "You asked for it... So we are pleased to present our video for one of our favorite tracks off our album 'Vicious', 'Do Not Disturb'. This song is based off a true story of mine about a very fun night I had overseas that all started with the pick-up line 'I think we should make out.' And since it's October... the boys and I decided to spooky up the story with a few, ahem... minor exaggerations." In a recent interview with Revolver, Lzzy elaborated on how she went about writing "Do Not Disturb". I grew up on a lot of my parents' music: David Lee Roth talking about sex, THE ROLLING STONES talking about sex, CINDERELLA talking about sex," she said. "[The music has] always been an extension of what I'm interested in and what I like, but I'm also proud to come from a position of power when it comes to sex, because that is a part of my life, and a part of many women's lives — I mean, we think about it just as much, if not more, as guys do! "So, to be unafraid to own that on tape was very freeing for me in the studio, to the point that I actually felt bad for Nick, who has kids and has known me for years — he's kind of like a cousin. When we were recording the vocals, he stopped the tape and was, like, 'Um, is that what you've always said?' I told him yeah, and he was, like [in a sheepish tone], 'All right, let's just continue ... I feel a little uncomfortable, but it's okay.'" She continued: "It's based on a true story. I had a lot of fun with a man and a woman a few years ago, on this amazing tour overseas. It was one of these situations where I was going to another country the next day, and I was never going to see this woman again, so it was just this freeing moment: Anything goes. The first lyric of the song, 'I think we should make out,' comes from my icebreaker. I remember getting up for my flight the next day. I flipped the sign on the hotel room to 'Do Not Disturb,' and was, like, 'Ah, I should write that down.' [Laughs] "I ended up writing most of the lyrics on the plane not really knowing where it was going to land, but I'm glad that we did it. It's truly one of my favorite songs on the record, because you know what it's about without there being any profanity. I don't know how they're going to take this one on the radio. [Laughs] Like, are they going to bleep out some things, or leave it be? I'm excited for that." Raskulinecz is an acclaimed producer who has previously worked with RUSH, KORN, ALICE IN CHAINS and DEFTONES, in addition to having produced HALESTORM's third covers EP, "ReAniMate 3.0: The CoVeRs eP", which came out in January 2017.
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He continued: "Retirement is just a terrible thought to me because I wouldn't know what to do, to be honest. Maybe if I found something to do, because I'm never really bored… I'm a guy who's always doing stuff and a I have a lot of different interests, but it wouldn't have the same meaning and appeal as working with music and working with this whole machinery that's called ACCEPT. I don't want to retire if I'm not forced to it. You never know what's in the future." Asked what has been the high point of his career so far, Wolf said: "You can always talk about the golden '80s and there was certainly something very special about it. Mainly because there was all of this sort of pioneer spirit; everything was new and exciting and everything happened kind of for the first time. We went to America for, like, eight months and stayed on the road and discovered the world, so to say. We were still kids — in our early 20s — so the year 1984 was very, very special. But since we were so young and everything happened for the very first time, you couldn't really put it its proper place. You almost took it for granted in a weird way, because it just sort of happened and we weren't as reflective on things. Now that we're a little bit older and we've been around the world dozens of times, when things happen now, you can put it in a much more clearer perspective." He continued: "The last ten years of our career is something that I'm very grateful for and I think in a weird way, it's been more consistent than anything we've ever done in the past. We've made four solid albums and there's really no end in sight. I think this period now is very consistent and on a sort of upward trend and it just goes on and on. It's very good." As for a low point, Wolf said: "Yeah, no doubt that whole period with [singer] David Reece in the '90s when we had that album 'Eat The Heat' out, that was definitely a dip in the curve, I'd say. Another dip was in the late '90s when the band dissolved, but that was a time when heavy metal wasn't cool and nobody wanted to hear it and everybody was just into grunge and alternative this and that. That was definitely a low point for metal in general everywhere in the world. It was also the time when I decided that it was maybe time to call it quits and do something completely different in my life. I didn't really want to go down with the ship any further and didn't really want to make music, because I had to play music to make a living or anything. It sounded like a dreadful idea to me, so I said, 'Maybe it's time to walk away from everything.' An 'it was fun while it lasted' sort of thing." Hoffmann recently confirmed to The Foundry that ACCEPT has commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to "The Rise Of Chaos" album. "The Rise Of Chaos" was released in August 2017 via Nuclear Blast. The cover artwork for the disc was created by the Hungarian artist Gyula Havancsák. The follow-up to 2014's "Blind Rage" was the first ACCEPT album to feature the band's latest additions, guitarist Uwe Lulis (GRAVE DIGGER, REBELLION) and drummer Christopher Williams. ACCEPT parted ways with guitarist Herman Frank and drummer Stefan Schwarzmann in December 2014. The band will release a live set, "Symphonic Terror - Live At Wacken 2017", on November 23 via Nuclear Blast. [post_excerpt] => ACCEPT guitarist Wolf Hoffmann has told RockSverige that he has no intention of ever retiring from music. "I decided that I'm gonna keep on going and going till I drop dead on stage," he said. "Honestly, I'm not even kidding. That's my personal goal, because I don't think retirement is really an attractive option. That is maybe partly because I've already been retired and away from the music business for 10 years when I became a photographer and I did something completely outside of the music business. I mean, those were good years in a way, but now that I'm back into it, I feel it's much more fulfilling and I have something… a goal where I get up every day in the morning and I have something I'm really looking forward to and it's something that keeps me busy all day long." He continued: "Retirement is just a terrible thought to me because I wouldn't know what to do, to be honest. Maybe if I found something to do, because I'm never really bored… I'm a guy who's always doing stuff and a I have a lot of different interests, but it wouldn't have the same meaning and appeal as working with music and working with this whole machinery that's called ACCEPT. I don't want to retire if I'm not forced to it. You never know what's in the future." Asked what has been the high point of his career so far, Wolf said: "You can always talk about the golden '80s and there was certainly something very special about it. Mainly because there was all of this sort of pioneer spirit; everything was new and exciting and everything happened kind of for the first time. We went to America for, like, eight months and stayed on the road and discovered the world, so to say. We were still kids — in our early 20s — so the year 1984 was very, very special. But since we were so young and everything happened for the very first time, you couldn't really put it its proper place. You almost took it for granted in a weird way, because it just sort of happened and we weren't as reflective on things. Now that we're a little bit older and we've been around the world dozens of times, when things happen now, you can put it in a much more clearer perspective." He continued: "The last ten years of our career is something that I'm very grateful for and I think in a weird way, it's been more consistent than anything we've ever done in the past. We've made four solid albums and there's really no end in sight. I think this period now is very consistent and on a sort of upward trend and it just goes on and on. It's very good." As for a low point, Wolf said: "Yeah, no doubt that whole period with [singer] David Reece in the '90s when we had that album 'Eat The Heat' out, that was definitely a dip in the curve, I'd say. Another dip was in the late '90s when the band dissolved, but that was a time when heavy metal wasn't cool and nobody wanted to hear it and everybody was just into grunge and alternative this and that. That was definitely a low point for metal in general everywhere in the world. It was also the time when I decided that it was maybe time to call it quits and do something completely different in my life. I didn't really want to go down with the ship any further and didn't really want to make music, because I had to play music to make a living or anything. It sounded like a dreadful idea to me, so I said, 'Maybe it's time to walk away from everything.' An 'it was fun while it lasted' sort of thing." Hoffmann recently confirmed to The Foundry that ACCEPT has commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to "The Rise Of Chaos" album. "The Rise Of Chaos" was released in August 2017 via Nuclear Blast. The cover artwork for the disc was created by the Hungarian artist Gyula Havancsák. The follow-up to 2014's "Blind Rage" was the first ACCEPT album to feature the band's latest additions, guitarist Uwe Lulis (GRAVE DIGGER, REBELLION) and drummer Christopher Williams. ACCEPT parted ways with guitarist Herman Frank and drummer Stefan Schwarzmann in December 2014. The band will release a live set, "Symphonic Terror - Live At Wacken 2017", on November 23 via Nuclear Blast. 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Array ( [post_title] => ACCEPT's WOLF HOFFMANN Has No Plans To Retire: 'I'm Gonna Keep On Going And Going Till I Drop Dead On Stage' [post_content] => ACCEPT guitarist Wolf Hoffmann has told RockSverige that he has no intention of ever retiring from music. "I decided that I'm gonna keep on going and going till I drop dead on stage," he said. "Honestly, I'm not even kidding. That's my personal goal, because I don't think retirement is really an attractive option. That is maybe partly because I've already been retired and away from the music business for 10 years when I became a photographer and I did something completely outside of the music business. I mean, those were good years in a way, but now that I'm back into it, I feel it's much more fulfilling and I have something… a goal where I get up every day in the morning and I have something I'm really looking forward to and it's something that keeps me busy all day long." He continued: "Retirement is just a terrible thought to me because I wouldn't know what to do, to be honest. Maybe if I found something to do, because I'm never really bored… I'm a guy who's always doing stuff and a I have a lot of different interests, but it wouldn't have the same meaning and appeal as working with music and working with this whole machinery that's called ACCEPT. I don't want to retire if I'm not forced to it. You never know what's in the future." Asked what has been the high point of his career so far, Wolf said: "You can always talk about the golden '80s and there was certainly something very special about it. Mainly because there was all of this sort of pioneer spirit; everything was new and exciting and everything happened kind of for the first time. We went to America for, like, eight months and stayed on the road and discovered the world, so to say. We were still kids — in our early 20s — so the year 1984 was very, very special. But since we were so young and everything happened for the very first time, you couldn't really put it its proper place. You almost took it for granted in a weird way, because it just sort of happened and we weren't as reflective on things. Now that we're a little bit older and we've been around the world dozens of times, when things happen now, you can put it in a much more clearer perspective." He continued: "The last ten years of our career is something that I'm very grateful for and I think in a weird way, it's been more consistent than anything we've ever done in the past. We've made four solid albums and there's really no end in sight. I think this period now is very consistent and on a sort of upward trend and it just goes on and on. It's very good." As for a low point, Wolf said: "Yeah, no doubt that whole period with [singer] David Reece in the '90s when we had that album 'Eat The Heat' out, that was definitely a dip in the curve, I'd say. Another dip was in the late '90s when the band dissolved, but that was a time when heavy metal wasn't cool and nobody wanted to hear it and everybody was just into grunge and alternative this and that. That was definitely a low point for metal in general everywhere in the world. It was also the time when I decided that it was maybe time to call it quits and do something completely different in my life. I didn't really want to go down with the ship any further and didn't really want to make music, because I had to play music to make a living or anything. It sounded like a dreadful idea to me, so I said, 'Maybe it's time to walk away from everything.' An 'it was fun while it lasted' sort of thing." Hoffmann recently confirmed to The Foundry that ACCEPT has commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to "The Rise Of Chaos" album. "The Rise Of Chaos" was released in August 2017 via Nuclear Blast. The cover artwork for the disc was created by the Hungarian artist Gyula Havancsák. The follow-up to 2014's "Blind Rage" was the first ACCEPT album to feature the band's latest additions, guitarist Uwe Lulis (GRAVE DIGGER, REBELLION) and drummer Christopher Williams. ACCEPT parted ways with guitarist Herman Frank and drummer Stefan Schwarzmann in December 2014. The band will release a live set, "Symphonic Terror - Live At Wacken 2017", on November 23 via Nuclear Blast. [post_excerpt] => ACCEPT guitarist Wolf Hoffmann has told RockSverige that he has no intention of ever retiring from music. "I decided that I'm gonna keep on going and going till I drop dead on stage," he said. "Honestly, I'm not even kidding. That's my personal goal, because I don't think retirement is really an attractive option. That is maybe partly because I've already been retired and away from the music business for 10 years when I became a photographer and I did something completely outside of the music business. I mean, those were good years in a way, but now that I'm back into it, I feel it's much more fulfilling and I have something… a goal where I get up every day in the morning and I have something I'm really looking forward to and it's something that keeps me busy all day long." He continued: "Retirement is just a terrible thought to me because I wouldn't know what to do, to be honest. Maybe if I found something to do, because I'm never really bored… I'm a guy who's always doing stuff and a I have a lot of different interests, but it wouldn't have the same meaning and appeal as working with music and working with this whole machinery that's called ACCEPT. I don't want to retire if I'm not forced to it. You never know what's in the future." Asked what has been the high point of his career so far, Wolf said: "You can always talk about the golden '80s and there was certainly something very special about it. Mainly because there was all of this sort of pioneer spirit; everything was new and exciting and everything happened kind of for the first time. We went to America for, like, eight months and stayed on the road and discovered the world, so to say. We were still kids — in our early 20s — so the year 1984 was very, very special. But since we were so young and everything happened for the very first time, you couldn't really put it its proper place. You almost took it for granted in a weird way, because it just sort of happened and we weren't as reflective on things. Now that we're a little bit older and we've been around the world dozens of times, when things happen now, you can put it in a much more clearer perspective." He continued: "The last ten years of our career is something that I'm very grateful for and I think in a weird way, it's been more consistent than anything we've ever done in the past. We've made four solid albums and there's really no end in sight. I think this period now is very consistent and on a sort of upward trend and it just goes on and on. It's very good." As for a low point, Wolf said: "Yeah, no doubt that whole period with [singer] David Reece in the '90s when we had that album 'Eat The Heat' out, that was definitely a dip in the curve, I'd say. Another dip was in the late '90s when the band dissolved, but that was a time when heavy metal wasn't cool and nobody wanted to hear it and everybody was just into grunge and alternative this and that. That was definitely a low point for metal in general everywhere in the world. It was also the time when I decided that it was maybe time to call it quits and do something completely different in my life. I didn't really want to go down with the ship any further and didn't really want to make music, because I had to play music to make a living or anything. It sounded like a dreadful idea to me, so I said, 'Maybe it's time to walk away from everything.' An 'it was fun while it lasted' sort of thing." Hoffmann recently confirmed to The Foundry that ACCEPT has commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to "The Rise Of Chaos" album. "The Rise Of Chaos" was released in August 2017 via Nuclear Blast. The cover artwork for the disc was created by the Hungarian artist Gyula Havancsák. The follow-up to 2014's "Blind Rage" was the first ACCEPT album to feature the band's latest additions, guitarist Uwe Lulis (GRAVE DIGGER, REBELLION) and drummer Christopher Williams. ACCEPT parted ways with guitarist Herman Frank and drummer Stefan Schwarzmann in December 2014. The band will release a live set, "Symphonic Terror - Live At Wacken 2017", on November 23 via Nuclear Blast. 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EXCITER Bassist Says JOHN RICCI's Latest Departure Is 'Still Somewhat Of A Mystery'

Array ( [post_title] => EXCITER Bassist Says JOHN RICCI's Latest Departure Is 'Still Somewhat Of A Mystery' [post_content] => Bassist Allan Johnson of Canadian thrash metal pioneers EXCITER spoke to The Metal Voice about the recent departure of John Ricci. The guitarist has since been replaced by Daniel Dekay, who has previously played with DIEMONDS. Asked why Ricci decided to once again exit EXCITER, Allan said (hear audio below): "Well, that's still somewhat of a mystery. We haven't seen or actually spoke with John since it happened. We got back from our Singapore gig, and we started some e-mail chats back and forth, and John just said he's kind of getting fed up and he wants out. Dan [Beehler, drums/vocals] and I were actually quite surprised about this. First thing I said was we've got shows next year — tentative shows; nothing concrete — a couple coming up. They start to filter in quite quicky this time of year for 2019. So John said, 'You and Dan can go ahead and do the shows without me.' And that was pretty much it. He didn't give a solid reason why. I don't know what he meant by 'fed up,' but he said he was fed up. I confirmed with him. I said, 'Are you sure about this?' And he said, 'Yeah, I'm definitely out.'" Ricci previousy left EXCITER in 1985 following the release of the band's first three classic albums — "Heavy Metal Maniac" (1983), "Violence & Force" (1984) and "Long Live the Loud" (1985). "It's funny because the first thing I said to Dan when I contacted him [to let him know John was out] was I texted him and I said, 'Guess what — it's 1985 all over again,'" Allan said. "And he said, 'What? What?' Like, what's going on? It's funny — it's like déjà vu. [In 1985], we came back from a U.S. tour and John said, 'I'm out. That's it. I don't wanna do it anymore.' And we were, like, 'Well, we've got a Germany tour. What do you wanna do?' And he said, 'Do it without me.' So back then, we got our old guitarist, Brian McPhee, from a band that Dan and I played with before we were in EXCITER. So it was like total déjà vu. Only this time we have an opportunity to do things better than we did back in '85. And by having Dekay onboard, I think we're gonna definitely do that." Johnson also talked about the progress of the songwriting sessions for EXCITER's long-awaited new studio album, which is tentatively due in 2019. "Well, there's a big, long story about that, and I really can't get into it without ruffling a few feathers," he said. "But Dan and I have been writing constantly, and we've got a lot of ideas that we've just gotta bring together. And it's gonna happen fast. When him and I get together, we write so fast, it's crazy; we can write a song in an hour. So we've just gotta bring his ideas and my ideas together. And then we're welcoming anything that Dekay can bring to the table. We're lucky right now because we don't have any shows coming up anytime soon, so we've got this big break of six months where we can really go at it." EXCITER's latest album, "Death Machine", which featured Ricci as the sole remaining original member, was released in October 2010 via Massacre Records. Ricci, Beehler and Johnson reunited as EXCITER in 2014 and had been playing sporadic shows ever since.

[post_excerpt] => Bassist Allan Johnson of Canadian thrash metal pioneers EXCITER spoke to The Metal Voice about the recent departure of John Ricci. The guitarist has since been replaced by Daniel Dekay, who has previously played with DIEMONDS. Asked why Ricci decided to once again exit EXCITER, Allan said (hear audio below): "Well, that's still somewhat of a mystery. We haven't seen or actually spoke with John since it happened. We got back from our Singapore gig, and we started some e-mail chats back and forth, and John just said he's kind of getting fed up and he wants out. Dan [Beehler, drums/vocals] and I were actually quite surprised about this. First thing I said was we've got shows next year — tentative shows; nothing concrete — a couple coming up. They start to filter in quite quicky this time of year for 2019. So John said, 'You and Dan can go ahead and do the shows without me.' And that was pretty much it. He didn't give a solid reason why. I don't know what he meant by 'fed up,' but he said he was fed up. I confirmed with him. I said, 'Are you sure about this?' And he said, 'Yeah, I'm definitely out.'" Ricci previousy left EXCITER in 1985 following the release of the band's first three classic albums — "Heavy Metal Maniac" (1983), "Violence & Force" (1984) and "Long Live the Loud" (1985). "It's funny because the first thing I said to Dan when I contacted him [to let him know John was out] was I texted him and I said, 'Guess what — it's 1985 all over again,'" Allan said. "And he said, 'What? What?' Like, what's going on? It's funny — it's like déjà vu. [In 1985], we came back from a U.S. tour and John said, 'I'm out. That's it. I don't wanna do it anymore.' And we were, like, 'Well, we've got a Germany tour. What do you wanna do?' And he said, 'Do it without me.' So back then, we got our old guitarist, Brian McPhee, from a band that Dan and I played with before we were in EXCITER. So it was like total déjà vu. Only this time we have an opportunity to do things better than we did back in '85. And by having Dekay onboard, I think we're gonna definitely do that." Johnson also talked about the progress of the songwriting sessions for EXCITER's long-awaited new studio album, which is tentatively due in 2019. "Well, there's a big, long story about that, and I really can't get into it without ruffling a few feathers," he said. "But Dan and I have been writing constantly, and we've got a lot of ideas that we've just gotta bring together. And it's gonna happen fast. When him and I get together, we write so fast, it's crazy; we can write a song in an hour. So we've just gotta bring his ideas and my ideas together. And then we're welcoming anything that Dekay can bring to the table. We're lucky right now because we don't have any shows coming up anytime soon, so we've got this big break of six months where we can really go at it." EXCITER's latest album, "Death Machine", which featured Ricci as the sole remaining original member, was released in October 2010 via Massacre Records. Ricci, Beehler and Johnson reunited as EXCITER in 2014 and had been playing sporadic shows ever since.
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Array ( [post_title] => EXCITER Bassist Says JOHN RICCI's Latest Departure Is 'Still Somewhat Of A Mystery' [post_content] => Bassist Allan Johnson of Canadian thrash metal pioneers EXCITER spoke to The Metal Voice about the recent departure of John Ricci. The guitarist has since been replaced by Daniel Dekay, who has previously played with DIEMONDS. Asked why Ricci decided to once again exit EXCITER, Allan said (hear audio below): "Well, that's still somewhat of a mystery. We haven't seen or actually spoke with John since it happened. We got back from our Singapore gig, and we started some e-mail chats back and forth, and John just said he's kind of getting fed up and he wants out. Dan [Beehler, drums/vocals] and I were actually quite surprised about this. First thing I said was we've got shows next year — tentative shows; nothing concrete — a couple coming up. They start to filter in quite quicky this time of year for 2019. So John said, 'You and Dan can go ahead and do the shows without me.' And that was pretty much it. He didn't give a solid reason why. I don't know what he meant by 'fed up,' but he said he was fed up. I confirmed with him. I said, 'Are you sure about this?' And he said, 'Yeah, I'm definitely out.'" Ricci previousy left EXCITER in 1985 following the release of the band's first three classic albums — "Heavy Metal Maniac" (1983), "Violence & Force" (1984) and "Long Live the Loud" (1985). "It's funny because the first thing I said to Dan when I contacted him [to let him know John was out] was I texted him and I said, 'Guess what — it's 1985 all over again,'" Allan said. "And he said, 'What? What?' Like, what's going on? It's funny — it's like déjà vu. [In 1985], we came back from a U.S. tour and John said, 'I'm out. That's it. I don't wanna do it anymore.' And we were, like, 'Well, we've got a Germany tour. What do you wanna do?' And he said, 'Do it without me.' So back then, we got our old guitarist, Brian McPhee, from a band that Dan and I played with before we were in EXCITER. So it was like total déjà vu. Only this time we have an opportunity to do things better than we did back in '85. And by having Dekay onboard, I think we're gonna definitely do that." Johnson also talked about the progress of the songwriting sessions for EXCITER's long-awaited new studio album, which is tentatively due in 2019. "Well, there's a big, long story about that, and I really can't get into it without ruffling a few feathers," he said. "But Dan and I have been writing constantly, and we've got a lot of ideas that we've just gotta bring together. And it's gonna happen fast. When him and I get together, we write so fast, it's crazy; we can write a song in an hour. So we've just gotta bring his ideas and my ideas together. And then we're welcoming anything that Dekay can bring to the table. We're lucky right now because we don't have any shows coming up anytime soon, so we've got this big break of six months where we can really go at it." EXCITER's latest album, "Death Machine", which featured Ricci as the sole remaining original member, was released in October 2010 via Massacre Records. Ricci, Beehler and Johnson reunited as EXCITER in 2014 and had been playing sporadic shows ever since.

[post_excerpt] => Bassist Allan Johnson of Canadian thrash metal pioneers EXCITER spoke to The Metal Voice about the recent departure of John Ricci. The guitarist has since been replaced by Daniel Dekay, who has previously played with DIEMONDS. Asked why Ricci decided to once again exit EXCITER, Allan said (hear audio below): "Well, that's still somewhat of a mystery. We haven't seen or actually spoke with John since it happened. We got back from our Singapore gig, and we started some e-mail chats back and forth, and John just said he's kind of getting fed up and he wants out. Dan [Beehler, drums/vocals] and I were actually quite surprised about this. First thing I said was we've got shows next year — tentative shows; nothing concrete — a couple coming up. They start to filter in quite quicky this time of year for 2019. So John said, 'You and Dan can go ahead and do the shows without me.' And that was pretty much it. He didn't give a solid reason why. I don't know what he meant by 'fed up,' but he said he was fed up. I confirmed with him. I said, 'Are you sure about this?' And he said, 'Yeah, I'm definitely out.'" Ricci previousy left EXCITER in 1985 following the release of the band's first three classic albums — "Heavy Metal Maniac" (1983), "Violence & Force" (1984) and "Long Live the Loud" (1985). "It's funny because the first thing I said to Dan when I contacted him [to let him know John was out] was I texted him and I said, 'Guess what — it's 1985 all over again,'" Allan said. "And he said, 'What? What?' Like, what's going on? It's funny — it's like déjà vu. [In 1985], we came back from a U.S. tour and John said, 'I'm out. That's it. I don't wanna do it anymore.' And we were, like, 'Well, we've got a Germany tour. What do you wanna do?' And he said, 'Do it without me.' So back then, we got our old guitarist, Brian McPhee, from a band that Dan and I played with before we were in EXCITER. So it was like total déjà vu. Only this time we have an opportunity to do things better than we did back in '85. And by having Dekay onboard, I think we're gonna definitely do that." Johnson also talked about the progress of the songwriting sessions for EXCITER's long-awaited new studio album, which is tentatively due in 2019. "Well, there's a big, long story about that, and I really can't get into it without ruffling a few feathers," he said. "But Dan and I have been writing constantly, and we've got a lot of ideas that we've just gotta bring together. And it's gonna happen fast. When him and I get together, we write so fast, it's crazy; we can write a song in an hour. So we've just gotta bring his ideas and my ideas together. And then we're welcoming anything that Dekay can bring to the table. We're lucky right now because we don't have any shows coming up anytime soon, so we've got this big break of six months where we can really go at it." EXCITER's latest album, "Death Machine", which featured Ricci as the sole remaining original member, was released in October 2010 via Massacre Records. Ricci, Beehler and Johnson reunited as EXCITER in 2014 and had been playing sporadic shows ever since.
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JESSE LEACH On Collaboration With HOWARD JONES For KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's Next Album: 'It's A Real Heavy S**t-Kicker'

Array ( [post_title] => JESSE LEACH On Collaboration With HOWARD JONES For KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's Next Album: 'It's A Real Heavy S**t-Kicker' [post_content] => Massachusetts metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE are putting the finishing touches on their new album for a tentative early 2019 release. The follow-up to 2016's "Incarnate" will mark the band's third full-length effort since the return of vocalist Jesse Leach, who rejoined the group in 2012. Speaking to Australia's "Wall Of Sound: Up Against The Wall" podcast, Leach stated about the progress of the recording sessions for KILLSWITCH's new disc (hear audio below): "It's getting there, man. I've basically got a handful of songs left to do, and then we're gonna listen to all of them and choose what we think are the best ones, and then use the other songs for the future for something." He continued: "I think, for us, we just really wanna put out the best record that we can, and the way we thought we'd do it is write a ton of songs and then choose the 12, 13 or 14 of them that make the record." KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's next disc will be released via Metal Blade Records in the U.S. and Sony Music Entertainment in the rest of the world. The effort will feature a guest appearance on one song by the band's former lead singer Howard Jones. Regarding how the collaboration with Jones came about, Leach said: "The cool thing about is Howard sort of made the first move; he wanted to come out to a show we played in Canada. The guys had their own differences to sort out, but between him and I, we've never really been friends. We know each other, we've been part of the same scene, but it was such a different thing this time around. And the fact that I was able to sit with him, one on one, backstage and on the bus, without anyone else around, and just kind of figure out who he is and talk to him. And we totally hit it off within 10, 15 minutes and realized how much we had in common. And thankfully, since then, we text each other once every couple of weeks here and there, we're really good friends, and he sings on the new record and we had him come out and sing with us in London. So we were able to move on from that awkward thing that happens when bands lose a member; we just decided we weren't gonna be that band." Leach added: "It's a terrible thing that happens with bands, especially bands that split up and they're legendary and they need to come back together. I could name a few right now off the top of my head I'd love to see reunite. But it's ego. Just put your ego aside; who cares? And the press can definitely twist it up, the fans can twist it up, and you can believe the hype — you can feed into the nonsense. Which happens, and everybody's human; I get it. But I've never had any bad blood, 'cause I didn't really know Howard, so I couldn't really speak on that. So, for me, it was, number one, good to see the band bury the hatchet, move on, and just let time heal the wounds. Why would I hold on to anything if those guys weren't? And the nice surprise out of it is I gained a new friend — somebody that I really enjoy talking to and hanging out with and having in my life. So it's a win-win situation." According to Jesse, the KILLSWITCH song on which Jones makes a guest appearance was written with Howard in mind. "His new band being called LIGHT THE TORCH, the analogy of the song is lighting a signal fire — like a distress call — and I wrote it about coming together and finding unity," Leach explained. "It's kind of about our friendship now — it happened so strangely. That's kind of all I'm gonna say about it. It's a song about unity. And he does a verse, I do a verse, we sing the chorus together, and it's a real heavy shit-kicker." Leach appeared on KILLSWITCH's self-titled debut and sophomore album, "Alive Or Just Breathing", before exiting the band. Jones took over on vocals for "The End Of Heartache", "As Daylight Dies" and the 2009 self-titled set before being dismissed from the group six years ago. "Incarnate" debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 35,000 equivalent album units. In terms of pure album sales, it opened with 33,000 copies. KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's last release was the "Beyond The Flames: Home Video Part II" two-disc, Blu-ray and CD package.

[post_excerpt] => Massachusetts metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE are putting the finishing touches on their new album for a tentative early 2019 release. The follow-up to 2016's "Incarnate" will mark the band's third full-length effort since the return of vocalist Jesse Leach, who rejoined the group in 2012. Speaking to Australia's "Wall Of Sound: Up Against The Wall" podcast, Leach stated about the progress of the recording sessions for KILLSWITCH's new disc (hear audio below): "It's getting there, man. I've basically got a handful of songs left to do, and then we're gonna listen to all of them and choose what we think are the best ones, and then use the other songs for the future for something." He continued: "I think, for us, we just really wanna put out the best record that we can, and the way we thought we'd do it is write a ton of songs and then choose the 12, 13 or 14 of them that make the record." KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's next disc will be released via Metal Blade Records in the U.S. and Sony Music Entertainment in the rest of the world. The effort will feature a guest appearance on one song by the band's former lead singer Howard Jones. Regarding how the collaboration with Jones came about, Leach said: "The cool thing about is Howard sort of made the first move; he wanted to come out to a show we played in Canada. The guys had their own differences to sort out, but between him and I, we've never really been friends. We know each other, we've been part of the same scene, but it was such a different thing this time around. And the fact that I was able to sit with him, one on one, backstage and on the bus, without anyone else around, and just kind of figure out who he is and talk to him. And we totally hit it off within 10, 15 minutes and realized how much we had in common. And thankfully, since then, we text each other once every couple of weeks here and there, we're really good friends, and he sings on the new record and we had him come out and sing with us in London. So we were able to move on from that awkward thing that happens when bands lose a member; we just decided we weren't gonna be that band." Leach added: "It's a terrible thing that happens with bands, especially bands that split up and they're legendary and they need to come back together. I could name a few right now off the top of my head I'd love to see reunite. But it's ego. Just put your ego aside; who cares? And the press can definitely twist it up, the fans can twist it up, and you can believe the hype — you can feed into the nonsense. Which happens, and everybody's human; I get it. But I've never had any bad blood, 'cause I didn't really know Howard, so I couldn't really speak on that. So, for me, it was, number one, good to see the band bury the hatchet, move on, and just let time heal the wounds. Why would I hold on to anything if those guys weren't? And the nice surprise out of it is I gained a new friend — somebody that I really enjoy talking to and hanging out with and having in my life. So it's a win-win situation." According to Jesse, the KILLSWITCH song on which Jones makes a guest appearance was written with Howard in mind. "His new band being called LIGHT THE TORCH, the analogy of the song is lighting a signal fire — like a distress call — and I wrote it about coming together and finding unity," Leach explained. "It's kind of about our friendship now — it happened so strangely. That's kind of all I'm gonna say about it. It's a song about unity. And he does a verse, I do a verse, we sing the chorus together, and it's a real heavy shit-kicker." Leach appeared on KILLSWITCH's self-titled debut and sophomore album, "Alive Or Just Breathing", before exiting the band. Jones took over on vocals for "The End Of Heartache", "As Daylight Dies" and the 2009 self-titled set before being dismissed from the group six years ago. "Incarnate" debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 35,000 equivalent album units. In terms of pure album sales, it opened with 33,000 copies. KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's last release was the "Beyond The Flames: Home Video Part II" two-disc, Blu-ray and CD package.
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Array ( [post_title] => JESSE LEACH On Collaboration With HOWARD JONES For KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's Next Album: 'It's A Real Heavy S**t-Kicker' [post_content] => Massachusetts metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE are putting the finishing touches on their new album for a tentative early 2019 release. The follow-up to 2016's "Incarnate" will mark the band's third full-length effort since the return of vocalist Jesse Leach, who rejoined the group in 2012. Speaking to Australia's "Wall Of Sound: Up Against The Wall" podcast, Leach stated about the progress of the recording sessions for KILLSWITCH's new disc (hear audio below): "It's getting there, man. I've basically got a handful of songs left to do, and then we're gonna listen to all of them and choose what we think are the best ones, and then use the other songs for the future for something." He continued: "I think, for us, we just really wanna put out the best record that we can, and the way we thought we'd do it is write a ton of songs and then choose the 12, 13 or 14 of them that make the record." KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's next disc will be released via Metal Blade Records in the U.S. and Sony Music Entertainment in the rest of the world. The effort will feature a guest appearance on one song by the band's former lead singer Howard Jones. Regarding how the collaboration with Jones came about, Leach said: "The cool thing about is Howard sort of made the first move; he wanted to come out to a show we played in Canada. The guys had their own differences to sort out, but between him and I, we've never really been friends. We know each other, we've been part of the same scene, but it was such a different thing this time around. And the fact that I was able to sit with him, one on one, backstage and on the bus, without anyone else around, and just kind of figure out who he is and talk to him. And we totally hit it off within 10, 15 minutes and realized how much we had in common. And thankfully, since then, we text each other once every couple of weeks here and there, we're really good friends, and he sings on the new record and we had him come out and sing with us in London. So we were able to move on from that awkward thing that happens when bands lose a member; we just decided we weren't gonna be that band." Leach added: "It's a terrible thing that happens with bands, especially bands that split up and they're legendary and they need to come back together. I could name a few right now off the top of my head I'd love to see reunite. But it's ego. Just put your ego aside; who cares? And the press can definitely twist it up, the fans can twist it up, and you can believe the hype — you can feed into the nonsense. Which happens, and everybody's human; I get it. But I've never had any bad blood, 'cause I didn't really know Howard, so I couldn't really speak on that. So, for me, it was, number one, good to see the band bury the hatchet, move on, and just let time heal the wounds. Why would I hold on to anything if those guys weren't? And the nice surprise out of it is I gained a new friend — somebody that I really enjoy talking to and hanging out with and having in my life. So it's a win-win situation." According to Jesse, the KILLSWITCH song on which Jones makes a guest appearance was written with Howard in mind. "His new band being called LIGHT THE TORCH, the analogy of the song is lighting a signal fire — like a distress call — and I wrote it about coming together and finding unity," Leach explained. "It's kind of about our friendship now — it happened so strangely. That's kind of all I'm gonna say about it. It's a song about unity. And he does a verse, I do a verse, we sing the chorus together, and it's a real heavy shit-kicker." Leach appeared on KILLSWITCH's self-titled debut and sophomore album, "Alive Or Just Breathing", before exiting the band. Jones took over on vocals for "The End Of Heartache", "As Daylight Dies" and the 2009 self-titled set before being dismissed from the group six years ago. "Incarnate" debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 35,000 equivalent album units. In terms of pure album sales, it opened with 33,000 copies. KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's last release was the "Beyond The Flames: Home Video Part II" two-disc, Blu-ray and CD package.

[post_excerpt] => Massachusetts metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE are putting the finishing touches on their new album for a tentative early 2019 release. The follow-up to 2016's "Incarnate" will mark the band's third full-length effort since the return of vocalist Jesse Leach, who rejoined the group in 2012. Speaking to Australia's "Wall Of Sound: Up Against The Wall" podcast, Leach stated about the progress of the recording sessions for KILLSWITCH's new disc (hear audio below): "It's getting there, man. I've basically got a handful of songs left to do, and then we're gonna listen to all of them and choose what we think are the best ones, and then use the other songs for the future for something." He continued: "I think, for us, we just really wanna put out the best record that we can, and the way we thought we'd do it is write a ton of songs and then choose the 12, 13 or 14 of them that make the record." KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's next disc will be released via Metal Blade Records in the U.S. and Sony Music Entertainment in the rest of the world. The effort will feature a guest appearance on one song by the band's former lead singer Howard Jones. Regarding how the collaboration with Jones came about, Leach said: "The cool thing about is Howard sort of made the first move; he wanted to come out to a show we played in Canada. The guys had their own differences to sort out, but between him and I, we've never really been friends. We know each other, we've been part of the same scene, but it was such a different thing this time around. And the fact that I was able to sit with him, one on one, backstage and on the bus, without anyone else around, and just kind of figure out who he is and talk to him. And we totally hit it off within 10, 15 minutes and realized how much we had in common. And thankfully, since then, we text each other once every couple of weeks here and there, we're really good friends, and he sings on the new record and we had him come out and sing with us in London. So we were able to move on from that awkward thing that happens when bands lose a member; we just decided we weren't gonna be that band." Leach added: "It's a terrible thing that happens with bands, especially bands that split up and they're legendary and they need to come back together. I could name a few right now off the top of my head I'd love to see reunite. But it's ego. Just put your ego aside; who cares? And the press can definitely twist it up, the fans can twist it up, and you can believe the hype — you can feed into the nonsense. Which happens, and everybody's human; I get it. But I've never had any bad blood, 'cause I didn't really know Howard, so I couldn't really speak on that. So, for me, it was, number one, good to see the band bury the hatchet, move on, and just let time heal the wounds. Why would I hold on to anything if those guys weren't? And the nice surprise out of it is I gained a new friend — somebody that I really enjoy talking to and hanging out with and having in my life. So it's a win-win situation." According to Jesse, the KILLSWITCH song on which Jones makes a guest appearance was written with Howard in mind. "His new band being called LIGHT THE TORCH, the analogy of the song is lighting a signal fire — like a distress call — and I wrote it about coming together and finding unity," Leach explained. "It's kind of about our friendship now — it happened so strangely. That's kind of all I'm gonna say about it. It's a song about unity. And he does a verse, I do a verse, we sing the chorus together, and it's a real heavy shit-kicker." Leach appeared on KILLSWITCH's self-titled debut and sophomore album, "Alive Or Just Breathing", before exiting the band. Jones took over on vocals for "The End Of Heartache", "As Daylight Dies" and the 2009 self-titled set before being dismissed from the group six years ago. "Incarnate" debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 35,000 equivalent album units. In terms of pure album sales, it opened with 33,000 copies. KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's last release was the "Beyond The Flames: Home Video Part II" two-disc, Blu-ray and CD package.
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DEVIN TOWNSEND And INSIDE OUT MUSIC Celebrate 20 Years Of Collaboration With New Deal

Array ( [post_title] => DEVIN TOWNSEND And INSIDE OUT MUSIC Celebrate 20 Years Of Collaboration With New Deal [post_content] => Since 1999, Devin Townsend and InsideOut Music have enjoyed a highly successful and fruitful relationship together, releasing studio albums under his solo guise, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT and CASUALTIES OF COOL, as well as live releases recorded at landmark shows in Devin's career at the Royal Albert Hall and the Ancient Roman Theatre in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, to name but two. Now they are pleased to cement that collaboration by signing a brand new contract on the eve of their 20th anniversary of working together, for the release of new albums, including the forthcoming "Empath" in 2019. Devin comments: "In an industry that is tenuous at best, we need to make alliances. In opposition to the old ideas of 'us against them' when the discussions turn to art vs commerce, we need allies. "I have been an independent artist for many years, and 20 of those years have been with InsideOut Music. When others were afraid to really put effort into packaging, product, and the actual recordings, due in large part to a dwindling industry, InsideOut has championed my work since the turn of the century. Because throughout it all, more than anything, I want the art and the music to be done correctly. I want to learn from my missteps and I want a group of business partners I can rely on to go to bat for unconventional music in ways I simply could not do on my own. "I'm proud to say I've been with InsideOut for many of those years that have defined me as an artist. It's a pleasure to re-sign with them for my newest works. Thank you." InsideOut label head Thomas Waber comments: "I consider it to be a privilege and an honor to have been able to play a small part in enabling this truly unique artist to fulfil his artistic visions over the years. "For me, Devin is one of the most important and outstanding left-field artists out there today. "In a musical climate where formats triumph over artistic freedom, Devin's visions are refreshing and a much-needed breath of fresh air. An alien in search for the ultimate coffee bean? Bring it on! "Working with Devin and his team feels like working with family, which is something that I can't stress and value enough. I remember when he sent me 'Physicist' and the album sounding very alien to me, but his sensibilities for melodies and arrangements came through loud and clear and, of course, with 'Kingdom' the album had one of the best tracks of all time! "I am truly excited about the new album 'Empath' and wherever else Devin will take us over the coming years!" Devin's manager, Northern Music's Andy Farrow, adds: "Having managed Devin for nearly 10 years and seen him grow from the Islington Academy to selling out the Royal albert Hall in four days, it has been one rollercoaster of a journey. "Devin is an artist that never sets sail on one course musically, as I learnt over the course of eight albums and various DVDs, and sometimes this can be challenging both for the manager and the record label. However, we have found that in InsideOut, via Devin's Hevy Devy imprint, we have a partner who are flexible enough to enable a truly creative musician/artist, complete artistic control and musical vision." In what has been a rare quiet year for Devin when it comes to touring, there has still been plenty of activity. On September 22, 2017, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT played a special show at the Ancient Roman Theatre in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the landmark "Ocean Machine" album in full, as well as a set of fan-requested tracks alongside the Orchestra of Plovdiv State Opera. This concert was filmed, and recently saw its release as "Ocean Machine - Live At The Ancient Roman Theatre Plovdiv". "Ocean Machine - Live at the Ancient Roman Theatre Plovdiv" is available as a limited deluxe 3CD/2DVD/Blu-ray artbook (with liner notes from Devin and a special documentary on the second DVD and Blu-Ray), special edition 3CD/DVD digipak, standalone Blu-ray and as digital audio download. Devin's varied back catalogue is also being celebrated with lavish vinyl box-sets under the name of "Eras". Having already released parts 1 and 2 earlier this year, December 7 will see the release of part three, which features some of his most recent work with DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT, including the albums "Accelerated Evolution", "Epicloud", "Sky Blue", "Transcendence" and the first-ever vinyl release of the second part of the DTP's now-legendary Royal Albert Hall show. [post_excerpt] => Since 1999, Devin Townsend and InsideOut Music have enjoyed a highly successful and fruitful relationship together, releasing studio albums under his solo guise, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT and CASUALTIES OF COOL, as well as live releases recorded at landma... 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Array ( [post_title] => DEVIN TOWNSEND And INSIDE OUT MUSIC Celebrate 20 Years Of Collaboration With New Deal [post_content] => Since 1999, Devin Townsend and InsideOut Music have enjoyed a highly successful and fruitful relationship together, releasing studio albums under his solo guise, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT and CASUALTIES OF COOL, as well as live releases recorded at landmark shows in Devin's career at the Royal Albert Hall and the Ancient Roman Theatre in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, to name but two. Now they are pleased to cement that collaboration by signing a brand new contract on the eve of their 20th anniversary of working together, for the release of new albums, including the forthcoming "Empath" in 2019. Devin comments: "In an industry that is tenuous at best, we need to make alliances. In opposition to the old ideas of 'us against them' when the discussions turn to art vs commerce, we need allies. "I have been an independent artist for many years, and 20 of those years have been with InsideOut Music. When others were afraid to really put effort into packaging, product, and the actual recordings, due in large part to a dwindling industry, InsideOut has championed my work since the turn of the century. Because throughout it all, more than anything, I want the art and the music to be done correctly. I want to learn from my missteps and I want a group of business partners I can rely on to go to bat for unconventional music in ways I simply could not do on my own. "I'm proud to say I've been with InsideOut for many of those years that have defined me as an artist. It's a pleasure to re-sign with them for my newest works. Thank you." InsideOut label head Thomas Waber comments: "I consider it to be a privilege and an honor to have been able to play a small part in enabling this truly unique artist to fulfil his artistic visions over the years. "For me, Devin is one of the most important and outstanding left-field artists out there today. "In a musical climate where formats triumph over artistic freedom, Devin's visions are refreshing and a much-needed breath of fresh air. An alien in search for the ultimate coffee bean? Bring it on! "Working with Devin and his team feels like working with family, which is something that I can't stress and value enough. I remember when he sent me 'Physicist' and the album sounding very alien to me, but his sensibilities for melodies and arrangements came through loud and clear and, of course, with 'Kingdom' the album had one of the best tracks of all time! "I am truly excited about the new album 'Empath' and wherever else Devin will take us over the coming years!" Devin's manager, Northern Music's Andy Farrow, adds: "Having managed Devin for nearly 10 years and seen him grow from the Islington Academy to selling out the Royal albert Hall in four days, it has been one rollercoaster of a journey. "Devin is an artist that never sets sail on one course musically, as I learnt over the course of eight albums and various DVDs, and sometimes this can be challenging both for the manager and the record label. However, we have found that in InsideOut, via Devin's Hevy Devy imprint, we have a partner who are flexible enough to enable a truly creative musician/artist, complete artistic control and musical vision." In what has been a rare quiet year for Devin when it comes to touring, there has still been plenty of activity. On September 22, 2017, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT played a special show at the Ancient Roman Theatre in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the landmark "Ocean Machine" album in full, as well as a set of fan-requested tracks alongside the Orchestra of Plovdiv State Opera. This concert was filmed, and recently saw its release as "Ocean Machine - Live At The Ancient Roman Theatre Plovdiv". "Ocean Machine - Live at the Ancient Roman Theatre Plovdiv" is available as a limited deluxe 3CD/2DVD/Blu-ray artbook (with liner notes from Devin and a special documentary on the second DVD and Blu-Ray), special edition 3CD/DVD digipak, standalone Blu-ray and as digital audio download. Devin's varied back catalogue is also being celebrated with lavish vinyl box-sets under the name of "Eras". Having already released parts 1 and 2 earlier this year, December 7 will see the release of part three, which features some of his most recent work with DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT, including the albums "Accelerated Evolution", "Epicloud", "Sky Blue", "Transcendence" and the first-ever vinyl release of the second part of the DTP's now-legendary Royal Albert Hall show. [post_excerpt] => Since 1999, Devin Townsend and InsideOut Music have enjoyed a highly successful and fruitful relationship together, releasing studio albums under his solo guise, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT and CASUALTIES OF COOL, as well as live releases recorded at landma... 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MARTY FRIEDMAN Reflects On His 15 Years Of Living In Japan: 'I Just Love It So Much'

Array ( [post_title] => MARTY FRIEDMAN Reflects On His 15 Years Of Living In Japan: 'I Just Love It So Much' [post_content] => On October 15, guitarist Marty Friedman (MEGADETH, CACOPHONY) — who moved from America to Tokyo in 2003 — participated in a public question-and-answer session, "Ask Marty: An Insider's View Of Japan Through The Eyes Of An American Rockstar", at the Japan Foundation in Los Angeles. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether being a musician helped him learn Japanese: Marty: "I didn't really think about it until a lot of people mentioned it in Japan. They'd say, 'Wow, your Japanese is really good. It must be because you're a musician.' At first, I was like, 'No, it's because I worked my ass off. It has nothing to do with being a musician.' But then again, it has a lot to do with being a musician, because when you play music, the main thing you use is your ears. It's not your hands or anything. When you learn a language, you have to use your ears constantly... your ear really becomes really, really attuned with what people are saying. When you're playing with other musicians, you're forced to listen to the other musicians to react with what you're going to play, especially someone like me who likes to ad-lib. I'm listening to the context and I'm putting my thing in, so that's very [similar to learning] Japanese." On whether there were any parallels in how he practiced Japanese and how he practiced guitar: Marty: "I never think in terms of exercises [in Japanese or] in music. I think of events. You do an event, that will cause you to have to improve. The major event that I did was when I entered a Japanese speech contest at Arizona State [University]. I didn't have to do it — I certainly wasn't a student — but I knew that if I entered this contest, it would force me to, first of all, write this big, long speech... and memorize it and speak it in front of the entire college. To do that, it takes an intense amount of learning and practicing. You have to do all those things that you normally wouldn't do had that event not existed." On being the first foreigner named by the Japanese government as Ambassador To Japan Heritage: Marty: "It's not like the ambassador where I'm going to have to do anything like press nuclear buttons. What Japan Heritage is, I think there's 39 points of interest, so to speak, in Japan. All the cities lobby to get their points of interest listed as a Japan Heritage point of interest. I'm beyond flattered to be ask to do this. Basically, I think what they appointed me to do is what I'd be doing anyway — going to other countries and talking to people who are interested about Japan. I think the Japanese government got wind of it and they liked what I was doing, or maybe it's some of the things that I do in Japan. Hopefully, [I'll reach] people who are slightly curious about Japan. How many American guys are going to believe a Japanese guy talking about his own country, even though he's going to tell you something that's more meaningful than what I'd be able to tell you? Somehow, foreigners will relate to a foreigner when they're explaining something because of the point-of-view." On the advice he'd give Americans planning to visit Japan: Marty: "They are so curious about foreign people in Japan. I wish Americans were more curious about other countries. We have so many fantastic cultures living together in America, and it just doesn't seem like they share the interest in other cultures as much as Japanese do... Don't worry about, 'Oh, I didn't bow,' or 'I shook his hand when I shouldn't have.' Don't worry about all this stuff you read about in the tourist books. Just be a nice person, and then you'll represent your country [well]." On what he believes to be the biggest difference between Americans and Japanese: Marty: "This is a generalization. In Japan, the overall mindset is to not create trouble for other people and keep the peace. Always consider the other person first. In America, it's [about] me — how do I stand out, and how do I be the best? Neither of these are bad things, and the 'me' mentality is fantastic for people who rise above a lot of hardships to create fantastic things, so I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that at all. In Japan, it's sort of frowned upon. The nail that stands up gets hit. In America, we're brought up [being told], 'You are number one. You can do anything.' In Japan, it's a group mentality. Both of these are fantastic. Trying to do the one that you're not is not so good. What resonates with me about the Japan mentality is, when you are with a group of people who are really good at what you do and you succeed, you're celebrating with a group of people, and that group celebration is just so much more enjoyable. It's kind of lonesome when you're celebrating something you did only by yourself. I find that if there's someone I can share that success with, that's a very sort of Japanese team mentality that I really enjoy. But on the other hand, had I not grown up in America and realized that if I'm working with someone who's holding me back — I don't want to be in this group; I want to do other things – that would have been frowned upon in Japan, and I wouldn't have been able to be nurtured. It's been beneficial to have both parts of those cultures in me." On why he's glad he didn't grow up in Japan: Marty: "I'm lucky, because I moved to Japan as an adult. I think I would have been dead if I was a kid there, because Japanese school is a whole new level of, this is the real thing... The kids in Japan, they really work. I remember school was like a breeze. I barely even worked, and I passed. I skipped most of the time and played my guitar. I think that would be very, very much frowned on in Japan. Another thing I noticed about Japan was in America, it was only loser-type guys who played music — long-haired, kind of outcasts. In Japan, you've got guys who are on the sports team, good-looking guys playing music and going to school. In America, it's kind of like [there's] the scholastic type, and then there's the Kurt Cobain type. They don't cross. If you go to Japan, you meet some of these musicians, and they really went to school and they didn't have that rock 'n' roll spirit that we have, cutting out school and throwing paper airplanes and stuff. I think that the stimulus to play music here, at least for me, was completely to get chicks. When I explain that to people in Japan, they don't get it, because already these guys had chicks. They were already doing good in school, looking good, sporty types. It's a different climate." On whether Japanese parents encourage their children to pursue a career in music: Marty: "I don't know of a lot of people who really hope their kids go into the music business in any country." On whether he ever feels "excluded" because he's not a native Japanese citizen: Marty: "I think a lot of foreigners are concerned about being accepted when they move to another country, or even when they visit another country. They are concerned about belonging within that other country, and what I think I have to say to those people is, belonging and being accepted shouldn't be all that important. The world is never, ever going to be an equal place where all people are the same and everybody is in harmony. It's never going to happen, and that's the way it should be. Vive la difference. All the differences is what's interesting. If everybody was the same, you wouldn't have any interest in going to Japan in the first place, or any country for that matter." On his favorite non-musical things about living in Tokyo: Marty: "The food. The basic day-to-day peacefulness. Even though it's a city — it's like New York on steroids — the safety. I have never once [been] concerned about safety. I've been everywhere in the world, [and] I think it's the most safe country — and I live right downtown, practically in Kabukichō, [the] nightlife district. If I wake up at 4 in the morning and I want to get something to eat, I can walk outside and get something to eat, no problem. I'm never concerned about safety or who's behind me or anything like that. Of course, you can do dangerous things in any country if you don't have common sense, but basically on the whole, you never have to be concerned about safety. Once you get used to that... I just love it so much." Friedman's 14th solo record, "One Bad M.F. Live!!", was released on October 19. The album was recorded in Mexico City on April 14 during the final concert of Friedman's world tour in support of his 2017 album "Wall Of Sound", which debuted on Billboard's Heatseekers chart at No. 12. Joining Friedman on "One Bad M.F. Live!!" are his bandmates Kiyoshi on bass, Jordan Ziff (RATT) on guitar and Chargeeee on drums. [post_excerpt] => On October 15, guitarist Marty Friedman (MEGADETH, CACOPHONY) — who moved from America to Tokyo in 2003 — participated in a public question-and-answer session, "Ask Marty: An Insider's View Of Japan Through The Eyes Of An American Rockstar", at the Japan Foundation in Los Angeles. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether being a musician helped him learn Japanese: Marty: "I didn't really think about it until a lot of people mentioned it in Japan. They'd say, 'Wow, your Japanese is really good. It must be because you're a musician.' At first, I was like, 'No, it's because I worked my ass off. It has nothing to do with being a musician.' But then again, it has a lot to do with being a musician, because when you play music, the main thing you use is your ears. It's not your hands or anything. When you learn a language, you have to use your ears constantly... your ear really becomes really, really attuned with what people are saying. When you're playing with other musicians, you're forced to listen to the other musicians to react with what you're going to play, especially someone like me who likes to ad-lib. I'm listening to the context and I'm putting my thing in, so that's very [similar to learning] Japanese." On whether there were any parallels in how he practiced Japanese and how he practiced guitar: Marty: "I never think in terms of exercises [in Japanese or] in music. I think of events. You do an event, that will cause you to have to improve. The major event that I did was when I entered a Japanese speech contest at Arizona State [University]. I didn't have to do it — I certainly wasn't a student — but I knew that if I entered this contest, it would force me to, first of all, write this big, long speech... and memorize it and speak it in front of the entire college. To do that, it takes an intense amount of learning and practicing. You have to do all those things that you normally wouldn't do had that event not existed." On being the first foreigner named by the Japanese government as Ambassador To Japan Heritage: Marty: "It's not like the ambassador where I'm going to have to do anything like press nuclear buttons. What Japan Heritage is, I think there's 39 points of interest, so to speak, in Japan. All the cities lobby to get their points of interest listed as a Japan Heritage point of interest. I'm beyond flattered to be ask to do this. Basically, I think what they appointed me to do is what I'd be doing anyway — going to other countries and talking to people who are interested about Japan. I think the Japanese government got wind of it and they liked what I was doing, or maybe it's some of the things that I do in Japan. Hopefully, [I'll reach] people who are slightly curious about Japan. How many American guys are going to believe a Japanese guy talking about his own country, even though he's going to tell you something that's more meaningful than what I'd be able to tell you? Somehow, foreigners will relate to a foreigner when they're explaining something because of the point-of-view." On the advice he'd give Americans planning to visit Japan: Marty: "They are so curious about foreign people in Japan. I wish Americans were more curious about other countries. We have so many fantastic cultures living together in America, and it just doesn't seem like they share the interest in other cultures as much as Japanese do... Don't worry about, 'Oh, I didn't bow,' or 'I shook his hand when I shouldn't have.' Don't worry about all this stuff you read about in the tourist books. Just be a nice person, and then you'll represent your country [well]." On what he believes to be the biggest difference between Americans and Japanese: Marty: "This is a generalization. In Japan, the overall mindset is to not create trouble for other people and keep the peace. Always consider the other person first. In America, it's [about] me — how do I stand out, and how do I be the best? Neither of these are bad things, and the 'me' mentality is fantastic for people who rise above a lot of hardships to create fantastic things, so I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that at all. In Japan, it's sort of frowned upon. The nail that stands up gets hit. In America, we're brought up [being told], 'You are number one. You can do anything.' In Japan, it's a group mentality. Both of these are fantastic. Trying to do the one that you're not is not so good. What resonates with me about the Japan mentality is, when you are with a group of people who are really good at what you do and you succeed, you're celebrating with a group of people, and that group celebration is just so much more enjoyable. It's kind of lonesome when you're celebrating something you did only by yourself. I find that if there's someone I can share that success with, that's a very sort of Japanese team mentality that I really enjoy. But on the other hand, had I not grown up in America and realized that if I'm working with someone who's holding me back — I don't want to be in this group; I want to do other things – that would have been frowned upon in Japan, and I wouldn't have been able to be nurtured. It's been beneficial to have both parts of those cultures in me." On why he's glad he didn't grow up in Japan: Marty: "I'm lucky, because I moved to Japan as an adult. I think I would have been dead if I was a kid there, because Japanese school is a whole new level of, this is the real thing... The kids in Japan, they really work. I remember school was like a breeze. I barely even worked, and I passed. I skipped most of the time and played my guitar. I think that would be very, very much frowned on in Japan. Another thing I noticed about Japan was in America, it was only loser-type guys who played music — long-haired, kind of outcasts. In Japan, you've got guys who are on the sports team, good-looking guys playing music and going to school. In America, it's kind of like [there's] the scholastic type, and then there's the Kurt Cobain type. They don't cross. If you go to Japan, you meet some of these musicians, and they really went to school and they didn't have that rock 'n' roll spirit that we have, cutting out school and throwing paper airplanes and stuff. I think that the stimulus to play music here, at least for me, was completely to get chicks. When I explain that to people in Japan, they don't get it, because already these guys had chicks. They were already doing good in school, looking good, sporty types. It's a different climate." On whether Japanese parents encourage their children to pursue a career in music: Marty: "I don't know of a lot of people who really hope their kids go into the music business in any country." On whether he ever feels "excluded" because he's not a native Japanese citizen: Marty: "I think a lot of foreigners are concerned about being accepted when they move to another country, or even when they visit another country. They are concerned about belonging within that other country, and what I think I have to say to those people is, belonging and being accepted shouldn't be all that important. The world is never, ever going to be an equal place where all people are the same and everybody is in harmony. It's never going to happen, and that's the way it should be. Vive la difference. All the differences is what's interesting. If everybody was the same, you wouldn't have any interest in going to Japan in the first place, or any country for that matter." On his favorite non-musical things about living in Tokyo: Marty: "The food. The basic day-to-day peacefulness. Even though it's a city — it's like New York on steroids — the safety. I have never once [been] concerned about safety. I've been everywhere in the world, [and] I think it's the most safe country — and I live right downtown, practically in Kabukichō, [the] nightlife district. If I wake up at 4 in the morning and I want to get something to eat, I can walk outside and get something to eat, no problem. I'm never concerned about safety or who's behind me or anything like that. Of course, you can do dangerous things in any country if you don't have common sense, but basically on the whole, you never have to be concerned about safety. Once you get used to that... I just love it so much." Friedman's 14th solo record, "One Bad M.F. Live!!", was released on October 19. The album was recorded in Mexico City on April 14 during the final concert of Friedman's world tour in support of his 2017 album "Wall Of Sound", which debuted on Billboard's Heatseekers chart at No. 12. Joining Friedman on "One Bad M.F. Live!!" are his bandmates Kiyoshi on bass, Jordan Ziff (RATT) on guitar and Chargeeee on drums. 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Array ( [post_title] => MARTY FRIEDMAN Reflects On His 15 Years Of Living In Japan: 'I Just Love It So Much' [post_content] => On October 15, guitarist Marty Friedman (MEGADETH, CACOPHONY) — who moved from America to Tokyo in 2003 — participated in a public question-and-answer session, "Ask Marty: An Insider's View Of Japan Through The Eyes Of An American Rockstar", at the Japan Foundation in Los Angeles. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether being a musician helped him learn Japanese: Marty: "I didn't really think about it until a lot of people mentioned it in Japan. They'd say, 'Wow, your Japanese is really good. It must be because you're a musician.' At first, I was like, 'No, it's because I worked my ass off. It has nothing to do with being a musician.' But then again, it has a lot to do with being a musician, because when you play music, the main thing you use is your ears. It's not your hands or anything. When you learn a language, you have to use your ears constantly... your ear really becomes really, really attuned with what people are saying. When you're playing with other musicians, you're forced to listen to the other musicians to react with what you're going to play, especially someone like me who likes to ad-lib. I'm listening to the context and I'm putting my thing in, so that's very [similar to learning] Japanese." On whether there were any parallels in how he practiced Japanese and how he practiced guitar: Marty: "I never think in terms of exercises [in Japanese or] in music. I think of events. You do an event, that will cause you to have to improve. The major event that I did was when I entered a Japanese speech contest at Arizona State [University]. I didn't have to do it — I certainly wasn't a student — but I knew that if I entered this contest, it would force me to, first of all, write this big, long speech... and memorize it and speak it in front of the entire college. To do that, it takes an intense amount of learning and practicing. You have to do all those things that you normally wouldn't do had that event not existed." On being the first foreigner named by the Japanese government as Ambassador To Japan Heritage: Marty: "It's not like the ambassador where I'm going to have to do anything like press nuclear buttons. What Japan Heritage is, I think there's 39 points of interest, so to speak, in Japan. All the cities lobby to get their points of interest listed as a Japan Heritage point of interest. I'm beyond flattered to be ask to do this. Basically, I think what they appointed me to do is what I'd be doing anyway — going to other countries and talking to people who are interested about Japan. I think the Japanese government got wind of it and they liked what I was doing, or maybe it's some of the things that I do in Japan. Hopefully, [I'll reach] people who are slightly curious about Japan. How many American guys are going to believe a Japanese guy talking about his own country, even though he's going to tell you something that's more meaningful than what I'd be able to tell you? Somehow, foreigners will relate to a foreigner when they're explaining something because of the point-of-view." On the advice he'd give Americans planning to visit Japan: Marty: "They are so curious about foreign people in Japan. I wish Americans were more curious about other countries. We have so many fantastic cultures living together in America, and it just doesn't seem like they share the interest in other cultures as much as Japanese do... Don't worry about, 'Oh, I didn't bow,' or 'I shook his hand when I shouldn't have.' Don't worry about all this stuff you read about in the tourist books. Just be a nice person, and then you'll represent your country [well]." On what he believes to be the biggest difference between Americans and Japanese: Marty: "This is a generalization. In Japan, the overall mindset is to not create trouble for other people and keep the peace. Always consider the other person first. In America, it's [about] me — how do I stand out, and how do I be the best? Neither of these are bad things, and the 'me' mentality is fantastic for people who rise above a lot of hardships to create fantastic things, so I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that at all. In Japan, it's sort of frowned upon. The nail that stands up gets hit. In America, we're brought up [being told], 'You are number one. You can do anything.' In Japan, it's a group mentality. Both of these are fantastic. Trying to do the one that you're not is not so good. What resonates with me about the Japan mentality is, when you are with a group of people who are really good at what you do and you succeed, you're celebrating with a group of people, and that group celebration is just so much more enjoyable. It's kind of lonesome when you're celebrating something you did only by yourself. I find that if there's someone I can share that success with, that's a very sort of Japanese team mentality that I really enjoy. But on the other hand, had I not grown up in America and realized that if I'm working with someone who's holding me back — I don't want to be in this group; I want to do other things – that would have been frowned upon in Japan, and I wouldn't have been able to be nurtured. It's been beneficial to have both parts of those cultures in me." On why he's glad he didn't grow up in Japan: Marty: "I'm lucky, because I moved to Japan as an adult. I think I would have been dead if I was a kid there, because Japanese school is a whole new level of, this is the real thing... The kids in Japan, they really work. I remember school was like a breeze. I barely even worked, and I passed. I skipped most of the time and played my guitar. I think that would be very, very much frowned on in Japan. Another thing I noticed about Japan was in America, it was only loser-type guys who played music — long-haired, kind of outcasts. In Japan, you've got guys who are on the sports team, good-looking guys playing music and going to school. In America, it's kind of like [there's] the scholastic type, and then there's the Kurt Cobain type. They don't cross. If you go to Japan, you meet some of these musicians, and they really went to school and they didn't have that rock 'n' roll spirit that we have, cutting out school and throwing paper airplanes and stuff. I think that the stimulus to play music here, at least for me, was completely to get chicks. When I explain that to people in Japan, they don't get it, because already these guys had chicks. They were already doing good in school, looking good, sporty types. It's a different climate." On whether Japanese parents encourage their children to pursue a career in music: Marty: "I don't know of a lot of people who really hope their kids go into the music business in any country." On whether he ever feels "excluded" because he's not a native Japanese citizen: Marty: "I think a lot of foreigners are concerned about being accepted when they move to another country, or even when they visit another country. They are concerned about belonging within that other country, and what I think I have to say to those people is, belonging and being accepted shouldn't be all that important. The world is never, ever going to be an equal place where all people are the same and everybody is in harmony. It's never going to happen, and that's the way it should be. Vive la difference. All the differences is what's interesting. If everybody was the same, you wouldn't have any interest in going to Japan in the first place, or any country for that matter." On his favorite non-musical things about living in Tokyo: Marty: "The food. The basic day-to-day peacefulness. Even though it's a city — it's like New York on steroids — the safety. I have never once [been] concerned about safety. I've been everywhere in the world, [and] I think it's the most safe country — and I live right downtown, practically in Kabukichō, [the] nightlife district. If I wake up at 4 in the morning and I want to get something to eat, I can walk outside and get something to eat, no problem. I'm never concerned about safety or who's behind me or anything like that. Of course, you can do dangerous things in any country if you don't have common sense, but basically on the whole, you never have to be concerned about safety. Once you get used to that... I just love it so much." Friedman's 14th solo record, "One Bad M.F. Live!!", was released on October 19. The album was recorded in Mexico City on April 14 during the final concert of Friedman's world tour in support of his 2017 album "Wall Of Sound", which debuted on Billboard's Heatseekers chart at No. 12. Joining Friedman on "One Bad M.F. Live!!" are his bandmates Kiyoshi on bass, Jordan Ziff (RATT) on guitar and Chargeeee on drums. [post_excerpt] => On October 15, guitarist Marty Friedman (MEGADETH, CACOPHONY) — who moved from America to Tokyo in 2003 — participated in a public question-and-answer session, "Ask Marty: An Insider's View Of Japan Through The Eyes Of An American Rockstar", at the Japan Foundation in Los Angeles. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether being a musician helped him learn Japanese: Marty: "I didn't really think about it until a lot of people mentioned it in Japan. They'd say, 'Wow, your Japanese is really good. It must be because you're a musician.' At first, I was like, 'No, it's because I worked my ass off. It has nothing to do with being a musician.' But then again, it has a lot to do with being a musician, because when you play music, the main thing you use is your ears. It's not your hands or anything. When you learn a language, you have to use your ears constantly... your ear really becomes really, really attuned with what people are saying. When you're playing with other musicians, you're forced to listen to the other musicians to react with what you're going to play, especially someone like me who likes to ad-lib. I'm listening to the context and I'm putting my thing in, so that's very [similar to learning] Japanese." On whether there were any parallels in how he practiced Japanese and how he practiced guitar: Marty: "I never think in terms of exercises [in Japanese or] in music. I think of events. You do an event, that will cause you to have to improve. The major event that I did was when I entered a Japanese speech contest at Arizona State [University]. I didn't have to do it — I certainly wasn't a student — but I knew that if I entered this contest, it would force me to, first of all, write this big, long speech... and memorize it and speak it in front of the entire college. To do that, it takes an intense amount of learning and practicing. You have to do all those things that you normally wouldn't do had that event not existed." On being the first foreigner named by the Japanese government as Ambassador To Japan Heritage: Marty: "It's not like the ambassador where I'm going to have to do anything like press nuclear buttons. What Japan Heritage is, I think there's 39 points of interest, so to speak, in Japan. All the cities lobby to get their points of interest listed as a Japan Heritage point of interest. I'm beyond flattered to be ask to do this. Basically, I think what they appointed me to do is what I'd be doing anyway — going to other countries and talking to people who are interested about Japan. I think the Japanese government got wind of it and they liked what I was doing, or maybe it's some of the things that I do in Japan. Hopefully, [I'll reach] people who are slightly curious about Japan. How many American guys are going to believe a Japanese guy talking about his own country, even though he's going to tell you something that's more meaningful than what I'd be able to tell you? Somehow, foreigners will relate to a foreigner when they're explaining something because of the point-of-view." On the advice he'd give Americans planning to visit Japan: Marty: "They are so curious about foreign people in Japan. I wish Americans were more curious about other countries. We have so many fantastic cultures living together in America, and it just doesn't seem like they share the interest in other cultures as much as Japanese do... Don't worry about, 'Oh, I didn't bow,' or 'I shook his hand when I shouldn't have.' Don't worry about all this stuff you read about in the tourist books. Just be a nice person, and then you'll represent your country [well]." On what he believes to be the biggest difference between Americans and Japanese: Marty: "This is a generalization. In Japan, the overall mindset is to not create trouble for other people and keep the peace. Always consider the other person first. In America, it's [about] me — how do I stand out, and how do I be the best? Neither of these are bad things, and the 'me' mentality is fantastic for people who rise above a lot of hardships to create fantastic things, so I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that at all. In Japan, it's sort of frowned upon. The nail that stands up gets hit. In America, we're brought up [being told], 'You are number one. You can do anything.' In Japan, it's a group mentality. Both of these are fantastic. Trying to do the one that you're not is not so good. What resonates with me about the Japan mentality is, when you are with a group of people who are really good at what you do and you succeed, you're celebrating with a group of people, and that group celebration is just so much more enjoyable. It's kind of lonesome when you're celebrating something you did only by yourself. I find that if there's someone I can share that success with, that's a very sort of Japanese team mentality that I really enjoy. But on the other hand, had I not grown up in America and realized that if I'm working with someone who's holding me back — I don't want to be in this group; I want to do other things – that would have been frowned upon in Japan, and I wouldn't have been able to be nurtured. It's been beneficial to have both parts of those cultures in me." On why he's glad he didn't grow up in Japan: Marty: "I'm lucky, because I moved to Japan as an adult. I think I would have been dead if I was a kid there, because Japanese school is a whole new level of, this is the real thing... The kids in Japan, they really work. I remember school was like a breeze. I barely even worked, and I passed. I skipped most of the time and played my guitar. I think that would be very, very much frowned on in Japan. Another thing I noticed about Japan was in America, it was only loser-type guys who played music — long-haired, kind of outcasts. In Japan, you've got guys who are on the sports team, good-looking guys playing music and going to school. In America, it's kind of like [there's] the scholastic type, and then there's the Kurt Cobain type. They don't cross. If you go to Japan, you meet some of these musicians, and they really went to school and they didn't have that rock 'n' roll spirit that we have, cutting out school and throwing paper airplanes and stuff. I think that the stimulus to play music here, at least for me, was completely to get chicks. When I explain that to people in Japan, they don't get it, because already these guys had chicks. They were already doing good in school, looking good, sporty types. It's a different climate." On whether Japanese parents encourage their children to pursue a career in music: Marty: "I don't know of a lot of people who really hope their kids go into the music business in any country." On whether he ever feels "excluded" because he's not a native Japanese citizen: Marty: "I think a lot of foreigners are concerned about being accepted when they move to another country, or even when they visit another country. They are concerned about belonging within that other country, and what I think I have to say to those people is, belonging and being accepted shouldn't be all that important. The world is never, ever going to be an equal place where all people are the same and everybody is in harmony. It's never going to happen, and that's the way it should be. Vive la difference. All the differences is what's interesting. If everybody was the same, you wouldn't have any interest in going to Japan in the first place, or any country for that matter." On his favorite non-musical things about living in Tokyo: Marty: "The food. The basic day-to-day peacefulness. Even though it's a city — it's like New York on steroids — the safety. I have never once [been] concerned about safety. I've been everywhere in the world, [and] I think it's the most safe country — and I live right downtown, practically in Kabukichō, [the] nightlife district. If I wake up at 4 in the morning and I want to get something to eat, I can walk outside and get something to eat, no problem. I'm never concerned about safety or who's behind me or anything like that. Of course, you can do dangerous things in any country if you don't have common sense, but basically on the whole, you never have to be concerned about safety. Once you get used to that... I just love it so much." Friedman's 14th solo record, "One Bad M.F. Live!!", was released on October 19. The album was recorded in Mexico City on April 14 during the final concert of Friedman's world tour in support of his 2017 album "Wall Of Sound", which debuted on Billboard's Heatseekers chart at No. 12. Joining Friedman on "One Bad M.F. Live!!" are his bandmates Kiyoshi on bass, Jordan Ziff (RATT) on guitar and Chargeeee on drums. 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STEPHEN PEARCY On 'New Breed' Of RATT: 'The Last Five Shows We've Done Were Amazing'

Array ( [post_title] => STEPHEN PEARCY On 'New Breed' Of RATT: 'The Last Five Shows We've Done Were Amazing' [post_content] => Stephen Pearcy says that "the last five shows" he has played with RATT have been "amazing," even though the band's concerts in Huntington, New York and St. Charles, Illinois were marred by the fact that he was stumbling and apparently couldn't remember the words to many of the band's most popular songs. RATT's September 26 show in Huntington saw Pearcy slurring while sitting down and nearly lying down on the drum riser. The 62-year-old singer also appeared to be slouching or leaning on to the bass drum during "Round And Round" and holding on to the tom-tom stand and bass drum to keep from falling over. Pearcy was similarly incapacitated during RATT's October 5 concert in St. Charles, where some of the attendees said the frontman appeared to be "drunk" and "drugged out." He was also criticized for "walking off stage" and "sitting on a drum riser" during much of the performance. Pearcy later apologized to the RATT fans, saying in a statement that he was "dealing with a pain-management issue due to a bad knee that is scheduled to be replaced in January." He added that he "made the critical error of adding alcohol to my pain meds while on stage" at the Huntington concert "and it destroyed my performance." In a brand new interview with the "Talking Metal" podcast, Pearcy didn't address the fact that he took prescription pain medication and drank alcohol during the Huntington concert but explained that he decided to go ahead with the show despite the fact that he was not at his best. "I have to say the last five shows we've done were amazing," Stephen said (hear audio below). "One show I wanted to cancel, and I really never cancel shows ever — ever. Not since day one have I canceled a show, whether I was sick, couldn't sing; I still went out. Or broken a rib; [I] still went out. But I literally had to sit it out, man, and it really bothered me; that's not me. So I just got this robo brace and just went for it for the last few shows, and then I get the knee done. So it'll be all good. It takes time." During the same chat, Pearcy praised RATT's current lineup, which also includes original bassist Juan Croucier along with drummer Pete Holmes (BLACK 'N BLUE) and guitarists Jordan Ziff (RAZER) and Chris Sanders (BRITNY FOX, KNIGHT FURY). "I love the new band," he said. "We click so… it's just incredible how well we're just clicking; it's like we've been together for 20-something… I don't know… years and years. We just go out there, and it's the strangest thing. It's like RATT circa '83, '84. Well, this is the version, to me, the closest thing to being that entity. And so we're having a good time. When you don't have to think and look around and you just do your gig, you're on to something. So we're having a good time — we 're having a really good time. We're selling out shows, and people are loving it, so hopefully we're turning some people on." Stephen also spoke about the possibility of new music from RATT, which released its last studio album, "Infestation", in 2010. Asked if any of the music he demoed with original RATT guitarist Warren DeMartini in recent years will find its way on to the upcoming record, Pearcy said: "No. That was something that I did with Warren years ago, and that's something we never really got into; we just kind of demoed one thing. It's a new breed of RATT here, and that's what we'll go with." This past summer, Pearcy said that DeMartini "didn't wanna go out there" and play shows with RATT, leading to the guitarist's departure from the group. RATT's new lineup made its live debut in July in Mulvane, Kansas. Pearcy will release his fifth solo album, "View To A Thrill", on November 9 via Frontiers Music Srl.

[post_excerpt] => Stephen Pearcy says that "the last five shows" he has played with RATT have been "amazing," even though the band's concerts in Huntington, New York and St. Charles, Illinois were marred by the fact that he was stumbling and apparently couldn't remember the words to many of the band's most popular songs. RATT's September 26 show in Huntington saw Pearcy slurring while sitting down and nearly lying down on the drum riser. The 62-year-old singer also appeared to be slouching or leaning on to the bass drum during "Round And Round" and holding on to the tom-tom stand and bass drum to keep from falling over. Pearcy was similarly incapacitated during RATT's October 5 concert in St. Charles, where some of the attendees said the frontman appeared to be "drunk" and "drugged out." He was also criticized for "walking off stage" and "sitting on a drum riser" during much of the performance. Pearcy later apologized to the RATT fans, saying in a statement that he was "dealing with a pain-management issue due to a bad knee that is scheduled to be replaced in January." He added that he "made the critical error of adding alcohol to my pain meds while on stage" at the Huntington concert "and it destroyed my performance." In a brand new interview with the "Talking Metal" podcast, Pearcy didn't address the fact that he took prescription pain medication and drank alcohol during the Huntington concert but explained that he decided to go ahead with the show despite the fact that he was not at his best. "I have to say the last five shows we've done were amazing," Stephen said (hear audio below). "One show I wanted to cancel, and I really never cancel shows ever — ever. Not since day one have I canceled a show, whether I was sick, couldn't sing; I still went out. Or broken a rib; [I] still went out. But I literally had to sit it out, man, and it really bothered me; that's not me. So I just got this robo brace and just went for it for the last few shows, and then I get the knee done. So it'll be all good. It takes time." During the same chat, Pearcy praised RATT's current lineup, which also includes original bassist Juan Croucier along with drummer Pete Holmes (BLACK 'N BLUE) and guitarists Jordan Ziff (RAZER) and Chris Sanders (BRITNY FOX, KNIGHT FURY). "I love the new band," he said. "We click so… it's just incredible how well we're just clicking; it's like we've been together for 20-something… I don't know… years and years. We just go out there, and it's the strangest thing. It's like RATT circa '83, '84. Well, this is the version, to me, the closest thing to being that entity. And so we're having a good time. When you don't have to think and look around and you just do your gig, you're on to something. So we're having a good time — we 're having a really good time. We're selling out shows, and people are loving it, so hopefully we're turning some people on." Stephen also spoke about the possibility of new music from RATT, which released its last studio album, "Infestation", in 2010. Asked if any of the music he demoed with original RATT guitarist Warren DeMartini in recent years will find its way on to the upcoming record, Pearcy said: "No. That was something that I did with Warren years ago, and that's something we never really got into; we just kind of demoed one thing. It's a new breed of RATT here, and that's what we'll go with." This past summer, Pearcy said that DeMartini "didn't wanna go out there" and play shows with RATT, leading to the guitarist's departure from the group. RATT's new lineup made its live debut in July in Mulvane, Kansas. Pearcy will release his fifth solo album, "View To A Thrill", on November 9 via Frontiers Music Srl.
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Array ( [post_title] => STEPHEN PEARCY On 'New Breed' Of RATT: 'The Last Five Shows We've Done Were Amazing' [post_content] => Stephen Pearcy says that "the last five shows" he has played with RATT have been "amazing," even though the band's concerts in Huntington, New York and St. Charles, Illinois were marred by the fact that he was stumbling and apparently couldn't remember the words to many of the band's most popular songs. RATT's September 26 show in Huntington saw Pearcy slurring while sitting down and nearly lying down on the drum riser. The 62-year-old singer also appeared to be slouching or leaning on to the bass drum during "Round And Round" and holding on to the tom-tom stand and bass drum to keep from falling over. Pearcy was similarly incapacitated during RATT's October 5 concert in St. Charles, where some of the attendees said the frontman appeared to be "drunk" and "drugged out." He was also criticized for "walking off stage" and "sitting on a drum riser" during much of the performance. Pearcy later apologized to the RATT fans, saying in a statement that he was "dealing with a pain-management issue due to a bad knee that is scheduled to be replaced in January." He added that he "made the critical error of adding alcohol to my pain meds while on stage" at the Huntington concert "and it destroyed my performance." In a brand new interview with the "Talking Metal" podcast, Pearcy didn't address the fact that he took prescription pain medication and drank alcohol during the Huntington concert but explained that he decided to go ahead with the show despite the fact that he was not at his best. "I have to say the last five shows we've done were amazing," Stephen said (hear audio below). "One show I wanted to cancel, and I really never cancel shows ever — ever. Not since day one have I canceled a show, whether I was sick, couldn't sing; I still went out. Or broken a rib; [I] still went out. But I literally had to sit it out, man, and it really bothered me; that's not me. So I just got this robo brace and just went for it for the last few shows, and then I get the knee done. So it'll be all good. It takes time." During the same chat, Pearcy praised RATT's current lineup, which also includes original bassist Juan Croucier along with drummer Pete Holmes (BLACK 'N BLUE) and guitarists Jordan Ziff (RAZER) and Chris Sanders (BRITNY FOX, KNIGHT FURY). "I love the new band," he said. "We click so… it's just incredible how well we're just clicking; it's like we've been together for 20-something… I don't know… years and years. We just go out there, and it's the strangest thing. It's like RATT circa '83, '84. Well, this is the version, to me, the closest thing to being that entity. And so we're having a good time. When you don't have to think and look around and you just do your gig, you're on to something. So we're having a good time — we 're having a really good time. We're selling out shows, and people are loving it, so hopefully we're turning some people on." Stephen also spoke about the possibility of new music from RATT, which released its last studio album, "Infestation", in 2010. Asked if any of the music he demoed with original RATT guitarist Warren DeMartini in recent years will find its way on to the upcoming record, Pearcy said: "No. That was something that I did with Warren years ago, and that's something we never really got into; we just kind of demoed one thing. It's a new breed of RATT here, and that's what we'll go with." This past summer, Pearcy said that DeMartini "didn't wanna go out there" and play shows with RATT, leading to the guitarist's departure from the group. RATT's new lineup made its live debut in July in Mulvane, Kansas. Pearcy will release his fifth solo album, "View To A Thrill", on November 9 via Frontiers Music Srl.

[post_excerpt] => Stephen Pearcy says that "the last five shows" he has played with RATT have been "amazing," even though the band's concerts in Huntington, New York and St. Charles, Illinois were marred by the fact that he was stumbling and apparently couldn't remember the words to many of the band's most popular songs. RATT's September 26 show in Huntington saw Pearcy slurring while sitting down and nearly lying down on the drum riser. The 62-year-old singer also appeared to be slouching or leaning on to the bass drum during "Round And Round" and holding on to the tom-tom stand and bass drum to keep from falling over. Pearcy was similarly incapacitated during RATT's October 5 concert in St. Charles, where some of the attendees said the frontman appeared to be "drunk" and "drugged out." He was also criticized for "walking off stage" and "sitting on a drum riser" during much of the performance. Pearcy later apologized to the RATT fans, saying in a statement that he was "dealing with a pain-management issue due to a bad knee that is scheduled to be replaced in January." He added that he "made the critical error of adding alcohol to my pain meds while on stage" at the Huntington concert "and it destroyed my performance." In a brand new interview with the "Talking Metal" podcast, Pearcy didn't address the fact that he took prescription pain medication and drank alcohol during the Huntington concert but explained that he decided to go ahead with the show despite the fact that he was not at his best. "I have to say the last five shows we've done were amazing," Stephen said (hear audio below). "One show I wanted to cancel, and I really never cancel shows ever — ever. Not since day one have I canceled a show, whether I was sick, couldn't sing; I still went out. Or broken a rib; [I] still went out. But I literally had to sit it out, man, and it really bothered me; that's not me. So I just got this robo brace and just went for it for the last few shows, and then I get the knee done. So it'll be all good. It takes time." During the same chat, Pearcy praised RATT's current lineup, which also includes original bassist Juan Croucier along with drummer Pete Holmes (BLACK 'N BLUE) and guitarists Jordan Ziff (RAZER) and Chris Sanders (BRITNY FOX, KNIGHT FURY). "I love the new band," he said. "We click so… it's just incredible how well we're just clicking; it's like we've been together for 20-something… I don't know… years and years. We just go out there, and it's the strangest thing. It's like RATT circa '83, '84. Well, this is the version, to me, the closest thing to being that entity. And so we're having a good time. When you don't have to think and look around and you just do your gig, you're on to something. So we're having a good time — we 're having a really good time. We're selling out shows, and people are loving it, so hopefully we're turning some people on." Stephen also spoke about the possibility of new music from RATT, which released its last studio album, "Infestation", in 2010. Asked if any of the music he demoed with original RATT guitarist Warren DeMartini in recent years will find its way on to the upcoming record, Pearcy said: "No. That was something that I did with Warren years ago, and that's something we never really got into; we just kind of demoed one thing. It's a new breed of RATT here, and that's what we'll go with." This past summer, Pearcy said that DeMartini "didn't wanna go out there" and play shows with RATT, leading to the guitarist's departure from the group. RATT's new lineup made its live debut in July in Mulvane, Kansas. Pearcy will release his fifth solo album, "View To A Thrill", on November 9 via Frontiers Music Srl.
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METALLICA Sets Attendance Record At University Park, Pennsylvania's Bryce Jordan Center

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GEDDY LEE On RUSH's Future: 'There Are Zero Plans To Tour Again'

Array ( [post_title] => GEDDY LEE On RUSH's Future: 'There Are Zero Plans To Tour Again' [post_content] => RUSH bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee has confirmed that the band is unlikely to play any more shows or make new music. "I can't really tell you much other than that there are zero plans to tour again," he told Rolling Stone when asked about RUSH's current state. "We're very close and talk all the time, but we don't talk about work. We're friends, and we talk about life as friends. I can't really tell you more than that, I'm afraid. I would say there's no chance of seeing RUSH on tour again as Alex [Lifeson, guitar], Geddy, Neil [Peart, drums]. But would you see one of us or two of us or three of us? That's possible." Lee went on to say that it's possible he will work on another solo album one of these years. "I do think about it, and I think once the dust settles from this project, I'll probably find myself bored and wandering down to the studio to try to enliven my own life, and if something of a positive nature happens down there, I'll take it to the next step," he said. "But beyond that, I could only guess." Asked if it's fair to say that he has ideas he has built up over time, Geddy said: "I have bits and bobs, but I don't have any finished material in the can, so to speak. If I pick up a bass, I just start playing something, and sooner or later I start writing a riff or this or that. So for my own peace of mind, I stash it somewhere. Chances are I'll come back to it, and it's crap, so I just trash it. But at least it makes me feel good for the moment. [Laughs]." The chronic tendinitis-suffering Peart hinted during a 2015 interview with Drumhead magazine that he would no longer tour with RUSH, revealing his daughter had already started referring to dad as "a retired drummer." A short time later, Lee played down Peart's comments, blaming the media for making too much of his bandmate's remarks. Geddy said in a 2016 interview that he had "accepted" that RUSH's last batch of live shows was "probably the last one as a tour." The 66-year-old Peart revealed in RUSH's documentary "Time Stand Still" that he initially had no intention of going on a tour in 2015. "In November [of 2014], we all got together in Toronto and I was quite prepared to say, 'Sorry, I'm done,'" he said in the film. "I realized I was kind of a solitary misfit in that context of being the one that wanted to pull that plug. I left one little window in my mind that if somebody wanted to do it one more time and didn't know if they'd be able to, [I would do it]." Lifeson and Lee confirmed that the band will never do a show unless all three musicians agree to take part. "It's not like you just get new members of a band and just go for it," said Lifeson. "RUSH has never been a band like that. We'd never, ever do something like that." Lee added: "We always said that if the three of us aren't on board, we don't do a thing. There have been other decisions in our career where the three of us weren't on board and we didn't do it. Nothing as profound as ending our touring life, but fair enough. So one guy doesn't want to do that thing anymore that I love to do. That hurts. But there's nothing I can do about it and that's part of the agreement." On November 16, UMe/Anthem/ole label group will continue its extensive RUSH 40th-anniversary album series with a new, expanded edition of the band's groundbreaking 1978 release "Hemispheres". "Hemispheres", RUSH's sixth studio album, was originally released in October 1978, and it built upon the adventurous sonic template the band established on its acclaimed 1977 effort "A Farewell To Kings". [post_excerpt] => RUSH bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee has confirmed that the band is unlikely to play any more shows or make new music. "I can't really tell you much other than that there are zero plans to tour again," he told Rolling Stone when asked about RUSH's current s... [post_date_gmt] => 2018-10-22 10:17:30 [post_date] => 2018-10-22 06:17:30 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-10-22 10:17:30 [post_modified] => 2018-10-22 06:17:30 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://2f4b7ed45d6fa968791a13ebcff0e966 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => BLABBERMOUTH.NET [syndication_source_uri] => http://www.blabbermouth.net [syndication_source_id] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed_id] => 2 [syndication_permalink] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/geddy-lee-on-rushs-future-there-are-zero-plans-to-tour-again/ [syndication_item_hash] => 9d5f8255b2d142681a2d2da2c8cf5920 ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 3 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( [0] => 6 [1] => 12 ) [post_tag] => Array ( ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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Array ( [post_title] => GEDDY LEE On RUSH's Future: 'There Are Zero Plans To Tour Again' [post_content] => RUSH bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee has confirmed that the band is unlikely to play any more shows or make new music. "I can't really tell you much other than that there are zero plans to tour again," he told Rolling Stone when asked about RUSH's current state. "We're very close and talk all the time, but we don't talk about work. We're friends, and we talk about life as friends. I can't really tell you more than that, I'm afraid. I would say there's no chance of seeing RUSH on tour again as Alex [Lifeson, guitar], Geddy, Neil [Peart, drums]. But would you see one of us or two of us or three of us? That's possible." Lee went on to say that it's possible he will work on another solo album one of these years. "I do think about it, and I think once the dust settles from this project, I'll probably find myself bored and wandering down to the studio to try to enliven my own life, and if something of a positive nature happens down there, I'll take it to the next step," he said. "But beyond that, I could only guess." Asked if it's fair to say that he has ideas he has built up over time, Geddy said: "I have bits and bobs, but I don't have any finished material in the can, so to speak. If I pick up a bass, I just start playing something, and sooner or later I start writing a riff or this or that. So for my own peace of mind, I stash it somewhere. Chances are I'll come back to it, and it's crap, so I just trash it. But at least it makes me feel good for the moment. [Laughs]." The chronic tendinitis-suffering Peart hinted during a 2015 interview with Drumhead magazine that he would no longer tour with RUSH, revealing his daughter had already started referring to dad as "a retired drummer." A short time later, Lee played down Peart's comments, blaming the media for making too much of his bandmate's remarks. Geddy said in a 2016 interview that he had "accepted" that RUSH's last batch of live shows was "probably the last one as a tour." The 66-year-old Peart revealed in RUSH's documentary "Time Stand Still" that he initially had no intention of going on a tour in 2015. "In November [of 2014], we all got together in Toronto and I was quite prepared to say, 'Sorry, I'm done,'" he said in the film. "I realized I was kind of a solitary misfit in that context of being the one that wanted to pull that plug. I left one little window in my mind that if somebody wanted to do it one more time and didn't know if they'd be able to, [I would do it]." Lifeson and Lee confirmed that the band will never do a show unless all three musicians agree to take part. "It's not like you just get new members of a band and just go for it," said Lifeson. "RUSH has never been a band like that. We'd never, ever do something like that." Lee added: "We always said that if the three of us aren't on board, we don't do a thing. There have been other decisions in our career where the three of us weren't on board and we didn't do it. Nothing as profound as ending our touring life, but fair enough. So one guy doesn't want to do that thing anymore that I love to do. That hurts. But there's nothing I can do about it and that's part of the agreement." On November 16, UMe/Anthem/ole label group will continue its extensive RUSH 40th-anniversary album series with a new, expanded edition of the band's groundbreaking 1978 release "Hemispheres". "Hemispheres", RUSH's sixth studio album, was originally released in October 1978, and it built upon the adventurous sonic template the band established on its acclaimed 1977 effort "A Farewell To Kings". [post_excerpt] => RUSH bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee has confirmed that the band is unlikely to play any more shows or make new music. "I can't really tell you much other than that there are zero plans to tour again," he told Rolling Stone when asked about RUSH's current s... [post_date_gmt] => 2018-10-22 10:17:30 [post_date] => 2018-10-22 06:17:30 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-10-22 10:17:30 [post_modified] => 2018-10-22 06:17:30 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => tag:www.blabbermouth.net://2f4b7ed45d6fa968791a13ebcff0e966 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => BLABBERMOUTH.NET [syndication_source_uri] => http://www.blabbermouth.net [syndication_source_id] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/feed.rss [syndication_feed_id] => 2 [syndication_permalink] => http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/geddy-lee-on-rushs-future-there-are-zero-plans-to-tour-again/ [syndication_item_hash] => 9d5f8255b2d142681a2d2da2c8cf5920 [faf_process_image] => ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 3 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( [0] => 6 [1] => 12 ) [post_tag] => Array ( ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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LAMB OF GOD's RANDY BLYTHE Slams DONALD TRUMP's 'Strange, Calculated And Highly Sociopathic Behavior'

Array ( [post_title] => LAMB OF GOD's RANDY BLYTHE Slams DONALD TRUMP's 'Strange, Calculated And Highly Sociopathic Behavior' [post_content] => LAMB OF GOD frontman Randy Blythe, one of extreme metal's most politically aware musicians who has written about social and political issues in the past, has told Metal Hammer magazine that he doesn't believe the Trump presidency has had any effect on touring. "I don't really think it has," he said. "But I haven't been overseas to tour since Trump came in. A friend of mine was just in Russia and he says it's brutal. When you show up with an American passport, they laugh at you going through customs, and in Moscow they had t-shirts that had an illustration of Putin walking Trump on a leash, like a dog." He continued: "We were touring overseas before Trump got elected and people were constantly asking, 'What are you going to do if he gets elected?' Everybody was, like, 'That's not gonna happen,' and oh, how wrong we were." Randy added that, at this point, nothing surprises him about Trump's behavior. All the rules have been thrown out. He tries to keep up with what's going on, cross-referencing news sources, but it's constant madness. "You couldn't dream up what we're reading right now," he said. "It's, like, porn and Russia and backstabbing lawyers and trust-fund kids gone wrong. And Trump's style is calculated. Some peope are, like, 'He's just a madman,' but when something weird happens that comes close to nailing his ass, he suddenly throws up something else. It's strange, calculated and highly sociopathic behavior." In a 2017 interview, Blythe spoke to Yahoo! about the fact that Trump portrayed the nation during the election as a corrupt, collapsing dystopia that needed to be saved. "President Trump sold this fantasy that we're going to return to the 1950s and be in some sort of idyllic Beaver Cleaver world that was only good for middle-class white Americans in the first place," the singer said. "And that idea is gone. It's dead and it's not a valid option in this modern world. We're not going to batten down the hatches and shut the rest of the world out. Life doesn't exist that way anymore. Basically, the world is a mess and all you can do while this shitstorm is going on is try and be a moral person, at least, and not pay attention to too much of that noise. I do my best to do the right thing in my personal life because I sure as fuck can't change what’s going on in the Oval Office." Blythe went on to say that current political situation in the country "would be hilarious to me if it wasn't also horrifying at the same time. You know, we have this infuriated orange bowl of sherbet in the Oval Office," he said. "If you're going to be a politician, at least be slick about it. But I don't know. Maybe he's brilliant. The way he got elected with this blitzkrieg of napalm across the misanthropic synapsis of middle America is kind of genius. We're going to make America great again? Whatever. It means nothing. I never thought America was bad in the first place. But he instilled a massive amount of fear and then said, 'I am the Messiah.' So, you know, when America doesn't become great again, what's gonna happen?" LAMB OF GOD is touring behind its covers album, "Legion: XX", which was released in May under the BURN THE PRIEST banner via Nuclear Blast in Europe and Epic Records in the U.S. [post_excerpt] => LAMB OF GOD frontman Randy Blythe, one of extreme metal's most politically aware musicians who has written about social and political issues in the past, has told Metal Hammer magazine that he doesn't believe the Trump presidency has had any effect on touring. "I don't really think it has," he said. "But I haven't been overseas to tour since Trump came in. A friend of mine was just in Russia and he says it's brutal. When you show up with an American passport, they laugh at you going through customs, and in Moscow they had t-shirts that had an illustration of Putin walking Trump on a leash, like a dog." He continued: "We were touring overseas before Trump got elected and people were constantly asking, 'What are you going to do if he gets elected?' Everybody was, like, 'That's not gonna happen,' and oh, how wrong we were." Randy added that, at this point, nothing surprises him about Trump's behavior. All the rules have been thrown out. He tries to keep up with what's going on, cross-referencing news sources, but it's constant madness. "You couldn't dream up what we're reading right now," he said. "It's, like, porn and Russia and backstabbing lawyers and trust-fund kids gone wrong. And Trump's style is calculated. Some peope are, like, 'He's just a madman,' but when something weird happens that comes close to nailing his ass, he suddenly throws up something else. It's strange, calculated and highly sociopathic behavior." In a 2017 interview, Blythe spoke to Yahoo! about the fact that Trump portrayed the nation during the election as a corrupt, collapsing dystopia that needed to be saved. "President Trump sold this fantasy that we're going to return to the 1950s and be in some sort of idyllic Beaver Cleaver world that was only good for middle-class white Americans in the first place," the singer said. "And that idea is gone. It's dead and it's not a valid option in this modern world. We're not going to batten down the hatches and shut the rest of the world out. Life doesn't exist that way anymore. Basically, the world is a mess and all you can do while this shitstorm is going on is try and be a moral person, at least, and not pay attention to too much of that noise. I do my best to do the right thing in my personal life because I sure as fuck can't change what’s going on in the Oval Office." Blythe went on to say that current political situation in the country "would be hilarious to me if it wasn't also horrifying at the same time. You know, we have this infuriated orange bowl of sherbet in the Oval Office," he said. "If you're going to be a politician, at least be slick about it. But I don't know. Maybe he's brilliant. The way he got elected with this blitzkrieg of napalm across the misanthropic synapsis of middle America is kind of genius. We're going to make America great again? Whatever. It means nothing. I never thought America was bad in the first place. But he instilled a massive amount of fear and then said, 'I am the Messiah.' So, you know, when America doesn't become great again, what's gonna happen?" 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Array ( [post_title] => LAMB OF GOD's RANDY BLYTHE Slams DONALD TRUMP's 'Strange, Calculated And Highly Sociopathic Behavior' [post_content] => LAMB OF GOD frontman Randy Blythe, one of extreme metal's most politically aware musicians who has written about social and political issues in the past, has told Metal Hammer magazine that he doesn't believe the Trump presidency has had any effect on touring. "I don't really think it has," he said. "But I haven't been overseas to tour since Trump came in. A friend of mine was just in Russia and he says it's brutal. When you show up with an American passport, they laugh at you going through customs, and in Moscow they had t-shirts that had an illustration of Putin walking Trump on a leash, like a dog." He continued: "We were touring overseas before Trump got elected and people were constantly asking, 'What are you going to do if he gets elected?' Everybody was, like, 'That's not gonna happen,' and oh, how wrong we were." Randy added that, at this point, nothing surprises him about Trump's behavior. All the rules have been thrown out. He tries to keep up with what's going on, cross-referencing news sources, but it's constant madness. "You couldn't dream up what we're reading right now," he said. "It's, like, porn and Russia and backstabbing lawyers and trust-fund kids gone wrong. And Trump's style is calculated. Some peope are, like, 'He's just a madman,' but when something weird happens that comes close to nailing his ass, he suddenly throws up something else. It's strange, calculated and highly sociopathic behavior." In a 2017 interview, Blythe spoke to Yahoo! about the fact that Trump portrayed the nation during the election as a corrupt, collapsing dystopia that needed to be saved. "President Trump sold this fantasy that we're going to return to the 1950s and be in some sort of idyllic Beaver Cleaver world that was only good for middle-class white Americans in the first place," the singer said. "And that idea is gone. It's dead and it's not a valid option in this modern world. We're not going to batten down the hatches and shut the rest of the world out. Life doesn't exist that way anymore. Basically, the world is a mess and all you can do while this shitstorm is going on is try and be a moral person, at least, and not pay attention to too much of that noise. I do my best to do the right thing in my personal life because I sure as fuck can't change what’s going on in the Oval Office." Blythe went on to say that current political situation in the country "would be hilarious to me if it wasn't also horrifying at the same time. You know, we have this infuriated orange bowl of sherbet in the Oval Office," he said. "If you're going to be a politician, at least be slick about it. But I don't know. Maybe he's brilliant. The way he got elected with this blitzkrieg of napalm across the misanthropic synapsis of middle America is kind of genius. We're going to make America great again? Whatever. It means nothing. I never thought America was bad in the first place. But he instilled a massive amount of fear and then said, 'I am the Messiah.' So, you know, when America doesn't become great again, what's gonna happen?" LAMB OF GOD is touring behind its covers album, "Legion: XX", which was released in May under the BURN THE PRIEST banner via Nuclear Blast in Europe and Epic Records in the U.S. [post_excerpt] => LAMB OF GOD frontman Randy Blythe, one of extreme metal's most politically aware musicians who has written about social and political issues in the past, has told Metal Hammer magazine that he doesn't believe the Trump presidency has had any effect on touring. "I don't really think it has," he said. "But I haven't been overseas to tour since Trump came in. A friend of mine was just in Russia and he says it's brutal. When you show up with an American passport, they laugh at you going through customs, and in Moscow they had t-shirts that had an illustration of Putin walking Trump on a leash, like a dog." He continued: "We were touring overseas before Trump got elected and people were constantly asking, 'What are you going to do if he gets elected?' Everybody was, like, 'That's not gonna happen,' and oh, how wrong we were." Randy added that, at this point, nothing surprises him about Trump's behavior. All the rules have been thrown out. He tries to keep up with what's going on, cross-referencing news sources, but it's constant madness. "You couldn't dream up what we're reading right now," he said. "It's, like, porn and Russia and backstabbing lawyers and trust-fund kids gone wrong. And Trump's style is calculated. Some peope are, like, 'He's just a madman,' but when something weird happens that comes close to nailing his ass, he suddenly throws up something else. It's strange, calculated and highly sociopathic behavior." In a 2017 interview, Blythe spoke to Yahoo! about the fact that Trump portrayed the nation during the election as a corrupt, collapsing dystopia that needed to be saved. "President Trump sold this fantasy that we're going to return to the 1950s and be in some sort of idyllic Beaver Cleaver world that was only good for middle-class white Americans in the first place," the singer said. "And that idea is gone. It's dead and it's not a valid option in this modern world. We're not going to batten down the hatches and shut the rest of the world out. Life doesn't exist that way anymore. Basically, the world is a mess and all you can do while this shitstorm is going on is try and be a moral person, at least, and not pay attention to too much of that noise. I do my best to do the right thing in my personal life because I sure as fuck can't change what’s going on in the Oval Office." Blythe went on to say that current political situation in the country "would be hilarious to me if it wasn't also horrifying at the same time. You know, we have this infuriated orange bowl of sherbet in the Oval Office," he said. "If you're going to be a politician, at least be slick about it. But I don't know. Maybe he's brilliant. The way he got elected with this blitzkrieg of napalm across the misanthropic synapsis of middle America is kind of genius. We're going to make America great again? Whatever. It means nothing. I never thought America was bad in the first place. But he instilled a massive amount of fear and then said, 'I am the Messiah.' So, you know, when America doesn't become great again, what's gonna happen?" 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OZZY OSBOURNE, ROB ZOMBIE, MARILYN MANSON, JONATHAN DAVIS, BODY COUNT Set For New Year's Eve OZZFEST In Los Angeles

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The evening will conclude with Osbourne onstage counting down to the new year! "I asked Sharon what we're doing this New Year's Eve and she said, 'We're doing fuck all!" says Ozzy Osbourne. "So I thought, 'We didn't do Ozzfest in 2018, so let's do a New Year's Eve Ozzfest.'" "Ozzy hates the holidays," Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy's wife and manager, tells Rolling Stone with a laugh. "He hates Christmas and he hates New Year's Eve. He always saying, 'Let's do a gig.' And I'm always like, 'There never is one.' So this year, we said, 'All right, let's do an Ozzfest, because we never did it this year.' Everybody used to play on New Year's and Christmas in the seventies and Eighties, but not anymore. So it's the perfect time." Tickets for the Live Nation-produced Ozzfest 2018 go on sale Friday, October 26 at 10:00 A.M. PT. Ticket prices range from $49.50 for general admission to $179.50 for a reserved seat. VIP packages are also available, details of which can be found at Ozzfest.com. Ozzfest started more than 20 years ago and was the first national music festival of its kind dedicated to hard rock music. Ozzfest has not been a traveling festival in the U.S. since 2007's "free" edition. The show morphed into a one-off event in Dallas in 2008, took 2009 off and played just six cities in 2010. Over 17,000 concert-goers were in attendance for last year's all-day Ozzfest, which was headlined by OZZY OSBOURNE, while ROB ZOMBIE closed out the next day's Knotfest bill. 2017 was the second year Ozzy's Ozzfest had merged with SLIPKNOT's Knotfest for a two-day heavy metal juggernaut. [post_excerpt] => For the first time since its 1996 debut, Ozzfest — the annual musical event that celebrates hard rock and heavy metal — has created a special one-night-only New Year's Eve celebration to ring in 2019. Set for Monday, December 31 at The Forum in Los Angeles, the event features headliner OZZY OSBOURNE and a lineup of some of the greatest names in rock (and Ozzfest alumni): ROB ZOMBIE, MARILYN MANSON, and Jonathan Davis (of KORN), along with the Ozzfest debut of BODY COUNT featuring Ice-T. BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, fronted by Osbourne's guitarist Zakk Wylde, will headline a second stage outside. Four other yet-to-be-announced bands will also play that stage. The New Year's Eve party will include an outdoor stage, along with other holiday festivities, details of which will be announced in the coming weeks. The evening will conclude with Osbourne onstage counting down to the new year! "I asked Sharon what we're doing this New Year's Eve and she said, 'We're doing fuck all!" says Ozzy Osbourne. "So I thought, 'We didn't do Ozzfest in 2018, so let's do a New Year's Eve Ozzfest.'" "Ozzy hates the holidays," Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy's wife and manager, tells Rolling Stone with a laugh. "He hates Christmas and he hates New Year's Eve. He always saying, 'Let's do a gig.' And I'm always like, 'There never is one.' So this year, we said, 'All right, let's do an Ozzfest, because we never did it this year.' Everybody used to play on New Year's and Christmas in the seventies and Eighties, but not anymore. So it's the perfect time." Tickets for the Live Nation-produced Ozzfest 2018 go on sale Friday, October 26 at 10:00 A.M. PT. Ticket prices range from $49.50 for general admission to $179.50 for a reserved seat. VIP packages are also available, details of which can be found at Ozzfest.com. Ozzfest started more than 20 years ago and was the first national music festival of its kind dedicated to hard rock music. Ozzfest has not been a traveling festival in the U.S. since 2007's "free" edition. The show morphed into a one-off event in Dallas in 2008, took 2009 off and played just six cities in 2010. 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Replacing images : - ON For the first time since its 1996 debut, Ozzfest — the annual musical event that celebrates hard rock and heavy metal — has created a special one-night-only New Year's Eve celebration to ring in 2019. Set for Monday, December 31 at The Forum in Los Angeles, the event features headliner OZZY OSBOURNE and a lineup of some of the greatest names in rock (and Ozzfest alumni): ROB ZOMBIE, MARILYN MANSON, and Jonathan Davis (of KORN), along with the Ozzfest debut of BODY COUNT featuring Ice-T. BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, fronted by Osbourne's guitarist Zakk Wylde, will headline a second stage outside. Four other yet-to-be-announced bands will also play that stage. The New Year's Eve party will include an outdoor stage, along with other holiday festivities, details of which will be announced in the coming weeks. The evening will conclude with Osbourne onstage counting down to the new year! "I asked Sharon what we're doing this New Year's Eve and she said, 'We're doing fuck all!" says Ozzy Osbourne. "So I thought, 'We didn't do Ozzfest in 2018, so let's do a New Year's Eve Ozzfest.'" "Ozzy hates the holidays," Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy's wife and manager, tells Rolling Stone with a laugh. "He hates Christmas and he hates New Year's Eve. He always saying, 'Let's do a gig.' And I'm always like, 'There never is one.' So this year, we said, 'All right, let's do an Ozzfest, because we never did it this year.' Everybody used to play on New Year's and Christmas in the seventies and Eighties, but not anymore. So it's the perfect time." Tickets for the Live Nation-produced Ozzfest 2018 go on sale Friday, October 26 at 10:00 A.M. PT. Ticket prices range from $49.50 for general admission to $179.50 for a reserved seat. VIP packages are also available, details of which can be found at Ozzfest.com. Ozzfest started more than 20 years ago and was the first national music festival of its kind dedicated to hard rock music. Ozzfest has not been a traveling festival in the U.S. since 2007's "free" edition. The show morphed into a one-off event in Dallas in 2008, took 2009 off and played just six cities in 2010. Over 17,000 concert-goers were in attendance for last year's all-day Ozzfest, which was headlined by OZZY OSBOURNE, while ROB ZOMBIE closed out the next day's Knotfest bill. 2017 was the second year Ozzy's Ozzfest had merged with SLIPKNOT's Knotfest for a two-day heavy metal juggernaut.

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Array ( [post_title] => OZZY OSBOURNE, ROB ZOMBIE, MARILYN MANSON, JONATHAN DAVIS, BODY COUNT Set For New Year's Eve OZZFEST In Los Angeles [post_content] => For the first time since its 1996 debut, Ozzfest — the annual musical event that celebrates hard rock and heavy metal — has created a special one-night-only New Year's Eve celebration to ring in 2019. Set for Monday, December 31 at The Forum in Los Angeles, the event features headliner OZZY OSBOURNE and a lineup of some of the greatest names in rock (and Ozzfest alumni): ROB ZOMBIE, MARILYN MANSON, and Jonathan Davis (of KORN), along with the Ozzfest debut of BODY COUNT featuring Ice-T. BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, fronted by Osbourne's guitarist Zakk Wylde, will headline a second stage outside. Four other yet-to-be-announced bands will also play that stage. The New Year's Eve party will include an outdoor stage, along with other holiday festivities, details of which will be announced in the coming weeks. The evening will conclude with Osbourne onstage counting down to the new year! "I asked Sharon what we're doing this New Year's Eve and she said, 'We're doing fuck all!" says Ozzy Osbourne. "So I thought, 'We didn't do Ozzfest in 2018, so let's do a New Year's Eve Ozzfest.'" "Ozzy hates the holidays," Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy's wife and manager, tells Rolling Stone with a laugh. "He hates Christmas and he hates New Year's Eve. He always saying, 'Let's do a gig.' And I'm always like, 'There never is one.' So this year, we said, 'All right, let's do an Ozzfest, because we never did it this year.' Everybody used to play on New Year's and Christmas in the seventies and Eighties, but not anymore. So it's the perfect time." Tickets for the Live Nation-produced Ozzfest 2018 go on sale Friday, October 26 at 10:00 A.M. PT. Ticket prices range from $49.50 for general admission to $179.50 for a reserved seat. VIP packages are also available, details of which can be found at Ozzfest.com. Ozzfest started more than 20 years ago and was the first national music festival of its kind dedicated to hard rock music. Ozzfest has not been a traveling festival in the U.S. since 2007's "free" edition. The show morphed into a one-off event in Dallas in 2008, took 2009 off and played just six cities in 2010. Over 17,000 concert-goers were in attendance for last year's all-day Ozzfest, which was headlined by OZZY OSBOURNE, while ROB ZOMBIE closed out the next day's Knotfest bill. 2017 was the second year Ozzy's Ozzfest had merged with SLIPKNOT's Knotfest for a two-day heavy metal juggernaut. [post_excerpt] => For the first time since its 1996 debut, Ozzfest — the annual musical event that celebrates hard rock and heavy metal — has created a special one-night-only New Year's Eve celebration to ring in 2019. Set for Monday, December 31 at The Forum in Los Angeles, the event features headliner OZZY OSBOURNE and a lineup of some of the greatest names in rock (and Ozzfest alumni): ROB ZOMBIE, MARILYN MANSON, and Jonathan Davis (of KORN), along with the Ozzfest debut of BODY COUNT featuring Ice-T. BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, fronted by Osbourne's guitarist Zakk Wylde, will headline a second stage outside. Four other yet-to-be-announced bands will also play that stage. The New Year's Eve party will include an outdoor stage, along with other holiday festivities, details of which will be announced in the coming weeks. The evening will conclude with Osbourne onstage counting down to the new year! "I asked Sharon what we're doing this New Year's Eve and she said, 'We're doing fuck all!" says Ozzy Osbourne. "So I thought, 'We didn't do Ozzfest in 2018, so let's do a New Year's Eve Ozzfest.'" "Ozzy hates the holidays," Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy's wife and manager, tells Rolling Stone with a laugh. "He hates Christmas and he hates New Year's Eve. He always saying, 'Let's do a gig.' And I'm always like, 'There never is one.' So this year, we said, 'All right, let's do an Ozzfest, because we never did it this year.' Everybody used to play on New Year's and Christmas in the seventies and Eighties, but not anymore. So it's the perfect time." Tickets for the Live Nation-produced Ozzfest 2018 go on sale Friday, October 26 at 10:00 A.M. PT. Ticket prices range from $49.50 for general admission to $179.50 for a reserved seat. VIP packages are also available, details of which can be found at Ozzfest.com. Ozzfest started more than 20 years ago and was the first national music festival of its kind dedicated to hard rock music. Ozzfest has not been a traveling festival in the U.S. since 2007's "free" edition. The show morphed into a one-off event in Dallas in 2008, took 2009 off and played just six cities in 2010. Over 17,000 concert-goers were in attendance for last year's all-day Ozzfest, which was headlined by OZZY OSBOURNE, while ROB ZOMBIE closed out the next day's Knotfest bill. 2017 was the second year Ozzy's Ozzfest had merged with SLIPKNOT's Knotfest for a two-day heavy metal juggernaut. 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Array ( [post_title] => Watch DARK ANGEL Perform At CALIFORNIA DEATHFEST [post_content] => Capital Chaos TV has uploaded video footage of reactivated California thrash metal pioneers DARK ANGEL performing the song "We Have Arrived" on October 13 at the California Deathfest at the Oakland Metro Operahouse in Oakland, California. Check it out below. DARK ANGEL is continuing to work on material for its long-awaited comeback album. The band's first CD since 1991's "Time Does Not Heal" will feature the lineup that has performed sporadic live shows since reuniting in 2013: Gene Hoglan (drums), Eric Meyer (guitar), Jim Durkin (guitar), Ron Rinehart (vocals) and Michael Gonzalez (bass). Speaking to The Aquarian Weekly, Rinehart stated about DARK ANGEL's next disc: "I honestly feel this — if all of us could get in the same place for a certain amount of time, it would be something that is easy to do. That being said, it's hard to get the world's greatest drummer [Hoglan] who travels with everybody, Gonz [Gonzalez] in New Mexico, and me here in Washington. "We have a lot of great ideas and awesome riffs," he continued. "Every time I hear a new riff, I just get super excited. "I would rather wait and have something be amazing than rush and have something be crap. "Now that it is so highly anticipated, it really is going to be nerve-wracking putting it out. "I am always constantly singing, whether we are doing something or not. For me, I always look at as being a prize fighter. You always need to have your instrument ready and for me, my instrument is my voice, so I always want to be ready to go. If the band says we need to do this now, I don't want to be the guy to nix that. I always want to be ready." He added: "This will be all-new material." Gene told KNAC.COM last year that he had "five or six songs ready to go" for DARK ANGEL's next album. "The stuff Jim's writing is deadly," he said. "And I'm trying to carry forth the youthful energy and aggression of 'Darkness Descends' with a little bit of what we were doing with 'Time Does Not Heal' and some cool-ass 'Leave Scars' thrown in. It sounds like DARK ANGEL, but I'm trying to err on the side of hyper-aggression, and that's cool with me. You never go wrong going heavier. So write a shit-ass heavy fucking record, that's gold in my book." DARK ANGEL released two albums with Don Doty on vocals — 1984's "We Have Arrived" and 1986's "Darkness Descends" — before he exited the group and was replaced by Ron Rinehart (after a brief stint with Jim Drabos in 1987). The band issued two more studio LPs — 1989's "Leave Scars" and 1991's "Time Does Not Heal" — before calling it quits in 1992. Rinehart, Hoglan and Meyer reassembled DARK ANGEL more than a decade ago but were forced to abandon their reunion plans after health issues reportedly put Rinehart's singing career on hold.

[post_excerpt] => Capital Chaos TV has uploaded video footage of reactivated California thrash metal pioneers DARK ANGEL performing the song "We Have Arrived" on October 13 at the California Deathfest at the Oakland Metro Operahouse in Oakland, California. Check it out below. DARK ANGEL is continuing to work on material for its long-awaited comeback album. The band's first CD since 1991's "Time Does Not Heal" will feature the lineup that has performed sporadic live shows since reuniting in 2013: Gene Hoglan (drums), Eric Meyer (guitar), Jim Durkin (guitar), Ron Rinehart (vocals) and Michael Gonzalez (bass). Speaking to The Aquarian Weekly, Rinehart stated about DARK ANGEL's next disc: "I honestly feel this — if all of us could get in the same place for a certain amount of time, it would be something that is easy to do. That being said, it's hard to get the world's greatest drummer [Hoglan] who travels with everybody, Gonz [Gonzalez] in New Mexico, and me here in Washington. "We have a lot of great ideas and awesome riffs," he continued. "Every time I hear a new riff, I just get super excited. "I would rather wait and have something be amazing than rush and have something be crap. "Now that it is so highly anticipated, it really is going to be nerve-wracking putting it out. "I am always constantly singing, whether we are doing something or not. For me, I always look at as being a prize fighter. You always need to have your instrument ready and for me, my instrument is my voice, so I always want to be ready to go. If the band says we need to do this now, I don't want to be the guy to nix that. I always want to be ready." He added: "This will be all-new material." Gene told KNAC.COM last year that he had "five or six songs ready to go" for DARK ANGEL's next album. "The stuff Jim's writing is deadly," he said. "And I'm trying to carry forth the youthful energy and aggression of 'Darkness Descends' with a little bit of what we were doing with 'Time Does Not Heal' and some cool-ass 'Leave Scars' thrown in. It sounds like DARK ANGEL, but I'm trying to err on the side of hyper-aggression, and that's cool with me. You never go wrong going heavier. So write a shit-ass heavy fucking record, that's gold in my book." DARK ANGEL released two albums with Don Doty on vocals — 1984's "We Have Arrived" and 1986's "Darkness Descends" — before he exited the group and was replaced by Ron Rinehart (after a brief stint with Jim Drabos in 1987). The band issued two more studio LPs — 1989's "Leave Scars" and 1991's "Time Does Not Heal" — before calling it quits in 1992. Rinehart, Hoglan and Meyer reassembled DARK ANGEL more than a decade ago but were forced to abandon their reunion plans after health issues reportedly put Rinehart's singing career on hold.
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Array ( [post_title] => Watch DARK ANGEL Perform At CALIFORNIA DEATHFEST [post_content] => Capital Chaos TV has uploaded video footage of reactivated California thrash metal pioneers DARK ANGEL performing the song "We Have Arrived" on October 13 at the California Deathfest at the Oakland Metro Operahouse in Oakland, California. Check it out below. DARK ANGEL is continuing to work on material for its long-awaited comeback album. The band's first CD since 1991's "Time Does Not Heal" will feature the lineup that has performed sporadic live shows since reuniting in 2013: Gene Hoglan (drums), Eric Meyer (guitar), Jim Durkin (guitar), Ron Rinehart (vocals) and Michael Gonzalez (bass). Speaking to The Aquarian Weekly, Rinehart stated about DARK ANGEL's next disc: "I honestly feel this — if all of us could get in the same place for a certain amount of time, it would be something that is easy to do. That being said, it's hard to get the world's greatest drummer [Hoglan] who travels with everybody, Gonz [Gonzalez] in New Mexico, and me here in Washington. "We have a lot of great ideas and awesome riffs," he continued. "Every time I hear a new riff, I just get super excited. "I would rather wait and have something be amazing than rush and have something be crap. "Now that it is so highly anticipated, it really is going to be nerve-wracking putting it out. "I am always constantly singing, whether we are doing something or not. For me, I always look at as being a prize fighter. You always need to have your instrument ready and for me, my instrument is my voice, so I always want to be ready to go. If the band says we need to do this now, I don't want to be the guy to nix that. I always want to be ready." He added: "This will be all-new material." Gene told KNAC.COM last year that he had "five or six songs ready to go" for DARK ANGEL's next album. "The stuff Jim's writing is deadly," he said. "And I'm trying to carry forth the youthful energy and aggression of 'Darkness Descends' with a little bit of what we were doing with 'Time Does Not Heal' and some cool-ass 'Leave Scars' thrown in. It sounds like DARK ANGEL, but I'm trying to err on the side of hyper-aggression, and that's cool with me. You never go wrong going heavier. So write a shit-ass heavy fucking record, that's gold in my book." DARK ANGEL released two albums with Don Doty on vocals — 1984's "We Have Arrived" and 1986's "Darkness Descends" — before he exited the group and was replaced by Ron Rinehart (after a brief stint with Jim Drabos in 1987). The band issued two more studio LPs — 1989's "Leave Scars" and 1991's "Time Does Not Heal" — before calling it quits in 1992. Rinehart, Hoglan and Meyer reassembled DARK ANGEL more than a decade ago but were forced to abandon their reunion plans after health issues reportedly put Rinehart's singing career on hold.

[post_excerpt] => Capital Chaos TV has uploaded video footage of reactivated California thrash metal pioneers DARK ANGEL performing the song "We Have Arrived" on October 13 at the California Deathfest at the Oakland Metro Operahouse in Oakland, California. Check it out below. DARK ANGEL is continuing to work on material for its long-awaited comeback album. The band's first CD since 1991's "Time Does Not Heal" will feature the lineup that has performed sporadic live shows since reuniting in 2013: Gene Hoglan (drums), Eric Meyer (guitar), Jim Durkin (guitar), Ron Rinehart (vocals) and Michael Gonzalez (bass). Speaking to The Aquarian Weekly, Rinehart stated about DARK ANGEL's next disc: "I honestly feel this — if all of us could get in the same place for a certain amount of time, it would be something that is easy to do. That being said, it's hard to get the world's greatest drummer [Hoglan] who travels with everybody, Gonz [Gonzalez] in New Mexico, and me here in Washington. "We have a lot of great ideas and awesome riffs," he continued. "Every time I hear a new riff, I just get super excited. "I would rather wait and have something be amazing than rush and have something be crap. "Now that it is so highly anticipated, it really is going to be nerve-wracking putting it out. "I am always constantly singing, whether we are doing something or not. For me, I always look at as being a prize fighter. You always need to have your instrument ready and for me, my instrument is my voice, so I always want to be ready to go. If the band says we need to do this now, I don't want to be the guy to nix that. I always want to be ready." He added: "This will be all-new material." Gene told KNAC.COM last year that he had "five or six songs ready to go" for DARK ANGEL's next album. "The stuff Jim's writing is deadly," he said. "And I'm trying to carry forth the youthful energy and aggression of 'Darkness Descends' with a little bit of what we were doing with 'Time Does Not Heal' and some cool-ass 'Leave Scars' thrown in. It sounds like DARK ANGEL, but I'm trying to err on the side of hyper-aggression, and that's cool with me. You never go wrong going heavier. So write a shit-ass heavy fucking record, that's gold in my book." DARK ANGEL released two albums with Don Doty on vocals — 1984's "We Have Arrived" and 1986's "Darkness Descends" — before he exited the group and was replaced by Ron Rinehart (after a brief stint with Jim Drabos in 1987). The band issued two more studio LPs — 1989's "Leave Scars" and 1991's "Time Does Not Heal" — before calling it quits in 1992. Rinehart, Hoglan and Meyer reassembled DARK ANGEL more than a decade ago but were forced to abandon their reunion plans after health issues reportedly put Rinehart's singing career on hold.
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Array ( [post_title] => SACROSANCT Feat. Former PESTILENCE Guitarist RANDY MEINHARD: Lyric Video For New Song 'Only One God' [post_content] => The official lyric video for the song "Only One God" from German/Dutch progressive metallers SACROSANCT, founded by former PESTILENCE guitarist Randy Meinhard, can be seen below. The track is taken from SACROSANCT's fourth album, "Necropolis", which will be released on November 30 via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records. The disc was engineered, mixed and mastered by Max Morton of Morton Studios, who has also remastered the entire SACROSANCT back catalog. A prolific professional with a broad clientele, Max has worked with a wide variety of acts, including prominent Ukranian metalcore combo JINJER. The objective with "Necropolis" was to record a classic, analog-sounding album using modern technologies, and at the same time avoid any modern metal clichés. The epic cover art for "Necropolis" was designed by Giannis Nakos based on the band's ideas, and perfectly portrays the album's dark subject matter. It prominently features SACROSANCT's new mascot, the Weeping Angel — a guardian and an avenger of injustice. "Necropolis" track listing: 01. The New Age Of Fear 02. My Last White Light 03. The Grim Sleeper 04. Only One God 05. Melancholy 06. Clouds Obscured The Sun 07. NecroPolice 08. The Pain Still Lasts While "Necropolis" bears all of the hallmarks and intricacies that characterize SACROSANCT, it displays a more mature and focused songwriting approach. Songs like "The New Age Of Fear", "My Last White Light" and "Only One God" are lyrically thought-provoking, creating a brand of metal that still makes the band hard to categorize. Like its predecessor, "Tragic Intense", which was released in 1993, "Necropolis" places a strong emphasis on melancholy melodies and clean vocals, but also incorporates many harmony guitar parts, faster tempos and some modern twists that mark the beginning of a new chapter for the band. SACROSANCT will celebrate the release of "Necropolis" with a special party at Hypothalamus in Rheine, Germany, on Friday, November 30. SACROSANCT is: Richard F. Hesselink - vocals Randy Meinhard (ex-PESTILENCE) - guitars Christian Göwert - guitars Kees Harrison (ex-SPHERE OF SOULS) - bass Jonas Schütz - drums SACROSANCT was formed in 1988 by guitarist Randy Meinhard and drummer Marco Foddis, who had learned to know each either while joining PESTILENCE. In 1990, SACROSANCT released its debut album, "Truth Is - What Is". The album is characterized by technically sophisticated thrash metal. The dual guitars create a straight as well as spherical and melodious tapestry of sound, interrupted by the tight drumming and the moaning, but angry and rude voice. Creative band head Randy Meinhard considered guitar duos of bands like QUEENSRŸCHE, EXODUS and IRON MAIDEN as a main influence, and Ace Frehley of KISS as initial spark. SACROSANCT released its second album, "Recesses For The Depraved", in 1991. With a more edgy sound it was little melodious and spheric than the debut. For the album cover, SACROSANCT even managed to secure the rights for H.R. Giger's picture "Das Spiegelbild". When Giger died, 23 years later, Rolling Stone magazine stated "the disturbing Giger cover art accurately conveyed the savage nature of the music." The third album, "Tragic Intense", was even more melodious and spherical than the debut. On the other hand, staccato parts are rarely on it. In an interview for the music mag Iron Pages, Randy Meinhard stated in 1993 that the dark basic mood is what we intended to do. It just should sound sinister. In that issue Markus Wosgien (Nuclear Blast) described the album as a mixture of thrash, doom and power metal, and classified it as a milestone in this genre.

[post_excerpt] => The official lyric video for the song "Only One God" from German/Dutch progressive metallers SACROSANCT, founded by former PESTILENCE guitarist Randy Meinhard, can be seen below. The track is taken from SACROSANCT's fourth album, "Necropolis", which will be released on November 30 via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records. The disc was engineered, mixed and mastered by Max Morton of Morton Studios, who has also remastered the entire SACROSANCT back catalog. A prolific professional with a broad clientele, Max has worked with a wide variety of acts, including prominent Ukranian metalcore combo JINJER. The objective with "Necropolis" was to record a classic, analog-sounding album using modern technologies, and at the same time avoid any modern metal clichés. The epic cover art for "Necropolis" was designed by Giannis Nakos based on the band's ideas, and perfectly portrays the album's dark subject matter. It prominently features SACROSANCT's new mascot, the Weeping Angel — a guardian and an avenger of injustice. "Necropolis" track listing: 01. The New Age Of Fear 02. My Last White Light 03. The Grim Sleeper 04. Only One God 05. Melancholy 06. Clouds Obscured The Sun 07. NecroPolice 08. The Pain Still Lasts While "Necropolis" bears all of the hallmarks and intricacies that characterize SACROSANCT, it displays a more mature and focused songwriting approach. Songs like "The New Age Of Fear", "My Last White Light" and "Only One God" are lyrically thought-provoking, creating a brand of metal that still makes the band hard to categorize. Like its predecessor, "Tragic Intense", which was released in 1993, "Necropolis" places a strong emphasis on melancholy melodies and clean vocals, but also incorporates many harmony guitar parts, faster tempos and some modern twists that mark the beginning of a new chapter for the band. SACROSANCT will celebrate the release of "Necropolis" with a special party at Hypothalamus in Rheine, Germany, on Friday, November 30. SACROSANCT is: Richard F. Hesselink - vocals Randy Meinhard (ex-PESTILENCE) - guitars Christian Göwert - guitars Kees Harrison (ex-SPHERE OF SOULS) - bass Jonas Schütz - drums SACROSANCT was formed in 1988 by guitarist Randy Meinhard and drummer Marco Foddis, who had learned to know each either while joining PESTILENCE. In 1990, SACROSANCT released its debut album, "Truth Is - What Is". The album is characterized by technically sophisticated thrash metal. The dual guitars create a straight as well as spherical and melodious tapestry of sound, interrupted by the tight drumming and the moaning, but angry and rude voice. Creative band head Randy Meinhard considered guitar duos of bands like QUEENSRŸCHE, EXODUS and IRON MAIDEN as a main influence, and Ace Frehley of KISS as initial spark. SACROSANCT released its second album, "Recesses For The Depraved", in 1991. With a more edgy sound it was little melodious and spheric than the debut. For the album cover, SACROSANCT even managed to secure the rights for H.R. Giger's picture "Das Spiegelbild". When Giger died, 23 years later, Rolling Stone magazine stated "the disturbing Giger cover art accurately conveyed the savage nature of the music." The third album, "Tragic Intense", was even more melodious and spherical than the debut. On the other hand, staccato parts are rarely on it. In an interview for the music mag Iron Pages, Randy Meinhard stated in 1993 that the dark basic mood is what we intended to do. It just should sound sinister. In that issue Markus Wosgien (Nuclear Blast) described the album as a mixture of thrash, doom and power metal, and classified it as a milestone in this genre.
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Replacing images : - ON The official lyric video for the song "Only One God" from German/Dutch progressive metallers SACROSANCT, founded by former PESTILENCE guitarist Randy Meinhard, can be seen below. The track is taken from SACROSANCT's fourth album, "Necropolis", which will be released on November 30 via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records. The disc was engineered, mixed and mastered by Max Morton of Morton Studios, who has also remastered the entire SACROSANCT back catalog. A prolific professional with a broad clientele, Max has worked with a wide variety of acts, including prominent Ukranian metalcore combo JINJER. The objective with "Necropolis" was to record a classic, analog-sounding album using modern technologies, and at the same time avoid any modern metal clichés. The epic cover art for "Necropolis" was designed by Giannis Nakos based on the band's ideas, and perfectly portrays the album's dark subject matter. It prominently features SACROSANCT's new mascot, the Weeping Angel — a guardian and an avenger of injustice. "Necropolis" track listing: 01. The New Age Of Fear 02. My Last White Light 03. The Grim Sleeper 04. Only One God 05. Melancholy 06. Clouds Obscured The Sun 07. NecroPolice 08. The Pain Still Lasts While "Necropolis" bears all of the hallmarks and intricacies that characterize SACROSANCT, it displays a more mature and focused songwriting approach. Songs like "The New Age Of Fear", "My Last White Light" and "Only One God" are lyrically thought-provoking, creating a brand of metal that still makes the band hard to categorize. Like its predecessor, "Tragic Intense", which was released in 1993, "Necropolis" places a strong emphasis on melancholy melodies and clean vocals, but also incorporates many harmony guitar parts, faster tempos and some modern twists that mark the beginning of a new chapter for the band. SACROSANCT will celebrate the release of "Necropolis" with a special party at Hypothalamus in Rheine, Germany, on Friday, November 30. SACROSANCT is: Richard F. Hesselink - vocals Randy Meinhard (ex-PESTILENCE) - guitars Christian Göwert - guitars Kees Harrison (ex-SPHERE OF SOULS) - bass Jonas Schütz - drums SACROSANCT was formed in 1988 by guitarist Randy Meinhard and drummer Marco Foddis, who had learned to know each either while joining PESTILENCE. In 1990, SACROSANCT released its debut album, "Truth Is - What Is". The album is characterized by technically sophisticated thrash metal. The dual guitars create a straight as well as spherical and melodious tapestry of sound, interrupted by the tight drumming and the moaning, but angry and rude voice. Creative band head Randy Meinhard considered guitar duos of bands like QUEENSRŸCHE, EXODUS and IRON MAIDEN as a main influence, and Ace Frehley of KISS as initial spark. SACROSANCT released its second album, "Recesses For The Depraved", in 1991. With a more edgy sound it was little melodious and spheric than the debut. For the album cover, SACROSANCT even managed to secure the rights for H.R. Giger's picture "Das Spiegelbild". When Giger died, 23 years later, Rolling Stone magazine stated "the disturbing Giger cover art accurately conveyed the savage nature of the music." The third album, "Tragic Intense", was even more melodious and spherical than the debut. On the other hand, staccato parts are rarely on it. In an interview for the music mag Iron Pages, Randy Meinhard stated in 1993 that the dark basic mood is what we intended to do. It just should sound sinister. In that issue Markus Wosgien (Nuclear Blast) described the album as a mixture of thrash, doom and power metal, and classified it as a milestone in this genre.

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Array ( [post_title] => SACROSANCT Feat. Former PESTILENCE Guitarist RANDY MEINHARD: Lyric Video For New Song 'Only One God' [post_content] => The official lyric video for the song "Only One God" from German/Dutch progressive metallers SACROSANCT, founded by former PESTILENCE guitarist Randy Meinhard, can be seen below. The track is taken from SACROSANCT's fourth album, "Necropolis", which will be released on November 30 via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records. The disc was engineered, mixed and mastered by Max Morton of Morton Studios, who has also remastered the entire SACROSANCT back catalog. A prolific professional with a broad clientele, Max has worked with a wide variety of acts, including prominent Ukranian metalcore combo JINJER. The objective with "Necropolis" was to record a classic, analog-sounding album using modern technologies, and at the same time avoid any modern metal clichés. The epic cover art for "Necropolis" was designed by Giannis Nakos based on the band's ideas, and perfectly portrays the album's dark subject matter. It prominently features SACROSANCT's new mascot, the Weeping Angel — a guardian and an avenger of injustice. "Necropolis" track listing: 01. The New Age Of Fear 02. My Last White Light 03. The Grim Sleeper 04. Only One God 05. Melancholy 06. Clouds Obscured The Sun 07. NecroPolice 08. The Pain Still Lasts While "Necropolis" bears all of the hallmarks and intricacies that characterize SACROSANCT, it displays a more mature and focused songwriting approach. Songs like "The New Age Of Fear", "My Last White Light" and "Only One God" are lyrically thought-provoking, creating a brand of metal that still makes the band hard to categorize. Like its predecessor, "Tragic Intense", which was released in 1993, "Necropolis" places a strong emphasis on melancholy melodies and clean vocals, but also incorporates many harmony guitar parts, faster tempos and some modern twists that mark the beginning of a new chapter for the band. SACROSANCT will celebrate the release of "Necropolis" with a special party at Hypothalamus in Rheine, Germany, on Friday, November 30. SACROSANCT is: Richard F. Hesselink - vocals Randy Meinhard (ex-PESTILENCE) - guitars Christian Göwert - guitars Kees Harrison (ex-SPHERE OF SOULS) - bass Jonas Schütz - drums SACROSANCT was formed in 1988 by guitarist Randy Meinhard and drummer Marco Foddis, who had learned to know each either while joining PESTILENCE. In 1990, SACROSANCT released its debut album, "Truth Is - What Is". The album is characterized by technically sophisticated thrash metal. The dual guitars create a straight as well as spherical and melodious tapestry of sound, interrupted by the tight drumming and the moaning, but angry and rude voice. Creative band head Randy Meinhard considered guitar duos of bands like QUEENSRŸCHE, EXODUS and IRON MAIDEN as a main influence, and Ace Frehley of KISS as initial spark. SACROSANCT released its second album, "Recesses For The Depraved", in 1991. With a more edgy sound it was little melodious and spheric than the debut. For the album cover, SACROSANCT even managed to secure the rights for H.R. Giger's picture "Das Spiegelbild". When Giger died, 23 years later, Rolling Stone magazine stated "the disturbing Giger cover art accurately conveyed the savage nature of the music." The third album, "Tragic Intense", was even more melodious and spherical than the debut. On the other hand, staccato parts are rarely on it. In an interview for the music mag Iron Pages, Randy Meinhard stated in 1993 that the dark basic mood is what we intended to do. It just should sound sinister. In that issue Markus Wosgien (Nuclear Blast) described the album as a mixture of thrash, doom and power metal, and classified it as a milestone in this genre.

[post_excerpt] => The official lyric video for the song "Only One God" from German/Dutch progressive metallers SACROSANCT, founded by former PESTILENCE guitarist Randy Meinhard, can be seen below. The track is taken from SACROSANCT's fourth album, "Necropolis", which will be released on November 30 via ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records. The disc was engineered, mixed and mastered by Max Morton of Morton Studios, who has also remastered the entire SACROSANCT back catalog. A prolific professional with a broad clientele, Max has worked with a wide variety of acts, including prominent Ukranian metalcore combo JINJER. The objective with "Necropolis" was to record a classic, analog-sounding album using modern technologies, and at the same time avoid any modern metal clichés. The epic cover art for "Necropolis" was designed by Giannis Nakos based on the band's ideas, and perfectly portrays the album's dark subject matter. It prominently features SACROSANCT's new mascot, the Weeping Angel — a guardian and an avenger of injustice. "Necropolis" track listing: 01. The New Age Of Fear 02. My Last White Light 03. The Grim Sleeper 04. Only One God 05. Melancholy 06. Clouds Obscured The Sun 07. NecroPolice 08. The Pain Still Lasts While "Necropolis" bears all of the hallmarks and intricacies that characterize SACROSANCT, it displays a more mature and focused songwriting approach. Songs like "The New Age Of Fear", "My Last White Light" and "Only One God" are lyrically thought-provoking, creating a brand of metal that still makes the band hard to categorize. Like its predecessor, "Tragic Intense", which was released in 1993, "Necropolis" places a strong emphasis on melancholy melodies and clean vocals, but also incorporates many harmony guitar parts, faster tempos and some modern twists that mark the beginning of a new chapter for the band. SACROSANCT will celebrate the release of "Necropolis" with a special party at Hypothalamus in Rheine, Germany, on Friday, November 30. SACROSANCT is: Richard F. Hesselink - vocals Randy Meinhard (ex-PESTILENCE) - guitars Christian Göwert - guitars Kees Harrison (ex-SPHERE OF SOULS) - bass Jonas Schütz - drums SACROSANCT was formed in 1988 by guitarist Randy Meinhard and drummer Marco Foddis, who had learned to know each either while joining PESTILENCE. In 1990, SACROSANCT released its debut album, "Truth Is - What Is". The album is characterized by technically sophisticated thrash metal. The dual guitars create a straight as well as spherical and melodious tapestry of sound, interrupted by the tight drumming and the moaning, but angry and rude voice. Creative band head Randy Meinhard considered guitar duos of bands like QUEENSRŸCHE, EXODUS and IRON MAIDEN as a main influence, and Ace Frehley of KISS as initial spark. SACROSANCT released its second album, "Recesses For The Depraved", in 1991. With a more edgy sound it was little melodious and spheric than the debut. For the album cover, SACROSANCT even managed to secure the rights for H.R. Giger's picture "Das Spiegelbild". When Giger died, 23 years later, Rolling Stone magazine stated "the disturbing Giger cover art accurately conveyed the savage nature of the music." The third album, "Tragic Intense", was even more melodious and spherical than the debut. On the other hand, staccato parts are rarely on it. In an interview for the music mag Iron Pages, Randy Meinhard stated in 1993 that the dark basic mood is what we intended to do. It just should sound sinister. In that issue Markus Wosgien (Nuclear Blast) described the album as a mixture of thrash, doom and power metal, and classified it as a milestone in this genre.
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Array ( [post_title] => Listen To New UNLEASHED Song 'Stand Your Ground' [post_content] => "Stand Your Ground", a new song from Swedish death metal veterans UNLEASHED, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's 13th full-length album, "The Hunt For White Christ", which will be released on October 26 via Napalm Records. When it comes to Swedish death metal, the traditional Stockholm way and death metal per se, there is one band you have to mention: UNLEASHED! Formed in 1989 by vocalist/bass player Johnny Hedlund, UNLEASHED has been delivering supreme death metal from day one. Dealing with Viking traditions and values, and honing their craft, they have become extreme metal pioneers, musically and lyrically, inspiring legions of other bands with their sound. "The Hunt For White Christ" is the fourth album in the continued story line of the World of Odalheim and their Midgard warriors — a story authored by Johnny Hedlund himself, comprising of the past, present, and what Hedlund’s deems as the future of the Viking traditions and values. The album was recorded in the spring of 2018 at Chrome Studios, and does not simply mark the Swedes' 13th full-length album, it also solidifies the band's impact on history, paving the way to their 30th anniversary in 2019. Three decades of metal onslaught, and they have neither lost their bite, nor their love for pure death metal mayhem. "The Hunt For White Christ" track listing: 01. Lead Us Into War 02. You Will Fall 03. Stand Your Ground 04. Gram 05. Terror Christ 06. They Rape The Land 07. The City Of Jorsala Shall Fall 08. The Hunt For White Christ 09. Vidaurgelmthul 10. By The Western Wall 11. Open To All The World UNLEASHED is: Johnny Hedlund: Bass, Vocals Tomas Måsgard: Guitar Fredrik Folkare: Guitar Anders Schultz: Drums Photo credit: Jens Rydén

[post_excerpt] => "Stand Your Ground", a new song from Swedish death metal veterans UNLEASHED, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's 13th full-length album, "The Hunt For White Christ", which will be released on October 26 via Napalm Records. When it comes to Swedish death metal, the traditional Stockholm way and death metal per se, there is one band you have to mention: UNLEASHED! Formed in 1989 by vocalist/bass player Johnny Hedlund, UNLEASHED has been delivering supreme death metal from day one. Dealing with Viking traditions and values, and honing their craft, they have become extreme metal pioneers, musically and lyrically, inspiring legions of other bands with their sound. "The Hunt For White Christ" is the fourth album in the continued story line of the World of Odalheim and their Midgard warriors — a story authored by Johnny Hedlund himself, comprising of the past, present, and what Hedlund’s deems as the future of the Viking traditions and values. The album was recorded in the spring of 2018 at Chrome Studios, and does not simply mark the Swedes' 13th full-length album, it also solidifies the band's impact on history, paving the way to their 30th anniversary in 2019. Three decades of metal onslaught, and they have neither lost their bite, nor their love for pure death metal mayhem. "The Hunt For White Christ" track listing: 01. Lead Us Into War 02. You Will Fall 03. Stand Your Ground 04. Gram 05. Terror Christ 06. They Rape The Land 07. The City Of Jorsala Shall Fall 08. The Hunt For White Christ 09. Vidaurgelmthul 10. By The Western Wall 11. Open To All The World UNLEASHED is: Johnny Hedlund: Bass, Vocals Tomas Måsgard: Guitar Fredrik Folkare: Guitar Anders Schultz: Drums Photo credit: Jens Rydén
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Replacing images : - ON "Stand Your Ground", a new song from Swedish death metal veterans UNLEASHED, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's 13th full-length album, "The Hunt For White Christ", which will be released on October 26 via Napalm Records. When it comes to Swedish death metal, the traditional Stockholm way and death metal per se, there is one band you have to mention: UNLEASHED! Formed in 1989 by vocalist/bass player Johnny Hedlund, UNLEASHED has been delivering supreme death metal from day one. Dealing with Viking traditions and values, and honing their craft, they have become extreme metal pioneers, musically and lyrically, inspiring legions of other bands with their sound. "The Hunt For White Christ" is the fourth album in the continued story line of the World of Odalheim and their Midgard warriors — a story authored by Johnny Hedlund himself, comprising of the past, present, and what Hedlund’s deems as the future of the Viking traditions and values. The album was recorded in the spring of 2018 at Chrome Studios, and does not simply mark the Swedes' 13th full-length album, it also solidifies the band's impact on history, paving the way to their 30th anniversary in 2019. Three decades of metal onslaught, and they have neither lost their bite, nor their love for pure death metal mayhem. "The Hunt For White Christ" track listing: 01. Lead Us Into War 02. You Will Fall 03. Stand Your Ground 04. Gram 05. Terror Christ 06. They Rape The Land 07. The City Of Jorsala Shall Fall 08. The Hunt For White Christ 09. Vidaurgelmthul 10. By The Western Wall 11. Open To All The World UNLEASHED is: Johnny Hedlund: Bass, Vocals Tomas Måsgard: Guitar Fredrik Folkare: Guitar Anders Schultz: Drums Photo credit: Jens Rydén

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Array ( [post_title] => Listen To New UNLEASHED Song 'Stand Your Ground' [post_content] => "Stand Your Ground", a new song from Swedish death metal veterans UNLEASHED, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's 13th full-length album, "The Hunt For White Christ", which will be released on October 26 via Napalm Records. When it comes to Swedish death metal, the traditional Stockholm way and death metal per se, there is one band you have to mention: UNLEASHED! Formed in 1989 by vocalist/bass player Johnny Hedlund, UNLEASHED has been delivering supreme death metal from day one. Dealing with Viking traditions and values, and honing their craft, they have become extreme metal pioneers, musically and lyrically, inspiring legions of other bands with their sound. "The Hunt For White Christ" is the fourth album in the continued story line of the World of Odalheim and their Midgard warriors — a story authored by Johnny Hedlund himself, comprising of the past, present, and what Hedlund’s deems as the future of the Viking traditions and values. The album was recorded in the spring of 2018 at Chrome Studios, and does not simply mark the Swedes' 13th full-length album, it also solidifies the band's impact on history, paving the way to their 30th anniversary in 2019. Three decades of metal onslaught, and they have neither lost their bite, nor their love for pure death metal mayhem. "The Hunt For White Christ" track listing: 01. Lead Us Into War 02. You Will Fall 03. Stand Your Ground 04. Gram 05. Terror Christ 06. They Rape The Land 07. The City Of Jorsala Shall Fall 08. The Hunt For White Christ 09. Vidaurgelmthul 10. By The Western Wall 11. Open To All The World UNLEASHED is: Johnny Hedlund: Bass, Vocals Tomas Måsgard: Guitar Fredrik Folkare: Guitar Anders Schultz: Drums Photo credit: Jens Rydén

[post_excerpt] => "Stand Your Ground", a new song from Swedish death metal veterans UNLEASHED, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's 13th full-length album, "The Hunt For White Christ", which will be released on October 26 via Napalm Records. When it comes to Swedish death metal, the traditional Stockholm way and death metal per se, there is one band you have to mention: UNLEASHED! Formed in 1989 by vocalist/bass player Johnny Hedlund, UNLEASHED has been delivering supreme death metal from day one. Dealing with Viking traditions and values, and honing their craft, they have become extreme metal pioneers, musically and lyrically, inspiring legions of other bands with their sound. "The Hunt For White Christ" is the fourth album in the continued story line of the World of Odalheim and their Midgard warriors — a story authored by Johnny Hedlund himself, comprising of the past, present, and what Hedlund’s deems as the future of the Viking traditions and values. The album was recorded in the spring of 2018 at Chrome Studios, and does not simply mark the Swedes' 13th full-length album, it also solidifies the band's impact on history, paving the way to their 30th anniversary in 2019. Three decades of metal onslaught, and they have neither lost their bite, nor their love for pure death metal mayhem. "The Hunt For White Christ" track listing: 01. Lead Us Into War 02. You Will Fall 03. Stand Your Ground 04. Gram 05. Terror Christ 06. They Rape The Land 07. The City Of Jorsala Shall Fall 08. The Hunt For White Christ 09. Vidaurgelmthul 10. By The Western Wall 11. Open To All The World UNLEASHED is: Johnny Hedlund: Bass, Vocals Tomas Måsgard: Guitar Fredrik Folkare: Guitar Anders Schultz: Drums Photo credit: Jens Rydén
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WARREL DANE's Final Days Captured In Documentary About Making Of 'Shadow Work'

Array ( [post_title] => WARREL DANE's Final Days Captured In Documentary About Making Of 'Shadow Work' [post_content] => On December 13, 2017, the worldwide metal community mourned the passing of a truly unique voice, an extremely gifted songwriter, and above all a wonderful human being, that will be dearly missed: Warrel Dane, who died of a heart attack during the recordings of his second solo album in São Paulo, Brazil. Renowned for his work in SANCTUARY and NEVERMORE as well as a solo artist, in 2014 Warrel had teamed up with Brazilian musicians Johnny Moraes (guitar), Thiago Oliveira (guitar), Fabio Carito (bass) and Marcus Dotta (drums) as his touring band and ultimately this successful collaboration led to plans for a new studio album. Recordings for "Shadow Work", the follow-up to 2008's "Praises To The War Machine", started in fall 2017 at Orra Meu Studio, São Paulo, and Travis Smith commenced to create the artwork following a concept and ideas previously discussed with Warrel. Then he passed away, left his fellow musicians, fans, friends and family as well as his label in shock putting the status of "Shadow Work" in limbo for a while. After reviewing the material that could actually be completed using vocals from various studio and pre-production sessions with Warrel, the decision was made to release his final recordings as "Shadow Work" on October 26. Essentially a tribute release, "Shadow Work" contains over 40 minutes of music with Warrel's voice tracked during pre-production, demo and recording sessions. The album's booklet was completed, with Smith providing artwork based upon concepts he had previously discussed with Warrel, thorough reconstructions of all lyrics from Warrel's notebook, personal testimonies by his Brazilian band, and very moving photos. During the recording sessions for "Shadow Work", photographer Renan Facciolo visited Warrel's group in the studio to capture footage documenting the creation of the album. Dane's bandmates explain: "This documentary was shot mostly during Warrel's final days, in late 2017. Although he was frail and his body was showing signs that it would eventually fade, at that time he was still putting his heart and soul in every part of 'Shadow Work'. We hope this stays as a testament to his artistic commitment and good will, when it came to producing an album in the studio." Ultimately, his band members completed the documentary in 2018 to offer an insight into the promising beginning and tragic end of "Shadow Work". Century Media's Jens Prüter (head of A&R, Europe) and Stefan Franke (product manager) add: "It is nearly impossible to watch this documentary with probably the last footage recorded of Warrel without getting emotional since, at some point in our lives, we and his fans were witnesses to his grandeur and failure, his strength and his frailty. The latter is obviously present in this moving video and we are grateful Warrel's family agreed on its public release. There is no glamour, no stardom in this video — it just depicts the shadow of a man passionately and endearingly being busy with 'Shadow Work', and a band being torn apart between ambition and tragedy. So, while we are glad to share it with you all, it is almost a relief to not have to watch it again." "Shadow Work" will be released as a special-edition CD mediabook offering a 44-page booklet, as a gatefold LP plus CD and 12-page LP booklet and on all digital platforms. Each song is illustrated by Travis Smith's art, created as his personal tribute to Warrel and further explained in his personal liner notes. Furthermore, photos, lyrics and moving statements from the musicians are included as well. Smith said: "[Warrel] told me he wanted the cover for this one to be a personification of one of its songs, affectionately titled 'Sweet Madame Satan, And Why.' I dug up the skeleton of an old idea we'd talked about once before, and with a few details and alterations of his own, it was exactly what he had envisioned. He 'loved it,' approved it, and then gave me an outline for what he wanted to do for the back cover to complement it as a sort of prologue. "I finished the additional artwork taking inspiration from old conversations, titles, absorbing passages from his notebooks, and some lyrics that he'd passed along earlier... "Thank you for everything these past 20 years... It was an honor. It will be missed. You are missed. I know we did you proud." Added Thiago, Johnny, Fabio and Marcus: "To give birth to a work like this, is for us a tribute to someone that was like family and honor his memory by sharing some of the savage poetry that he created and was ultimately so proud of. "Warrel came into our lives like a storm, took us into a very intense ride, we roamed endless roads into the unknown, into places that we never dreamed of both inside and outside our minds, and left. He was someone who lived with us, dreamed with us and enjoyed our hospitality, and in return gave us so much back. Some of us acted like his mother, some of us saw him as a father figure, some of us took care of him in some of his darkest moments. Yet he was a friend, and somehow, will be always there. "To record such an album, and to work alongside an artist as gifted as Warrel, is somehow like being enthralled by his brightest light, and, at the same time being engulfed by his darkest shadow. There is so much to say, and yet nothing to say. In the meantime, we are proud to share this portrait of the storm we went through in form of art. Light, peace and love." "Shadow Work" track listing: 01. Ethereal Blessing 02. Madame Satan 03. Disconnection System 04. As Fast As The Others 05. Shadow Work 06. The Hanging Garden (THE CURE cover) 07. Rain 08. Mother Is The Word For God

[post_excerpt] => On December 13, 2017, the worldwide metal community mourned the passing of a truly unique voice, an extremely gifted songwriter, and above all a wonderful human being, that will be dearly missed: Warrel Dane, who died of a heart attack during the recordings of his second solo album in São Paulo, Brazil. Renowned for his work in SANCTUARY and NEVERMORE as well as a solo artist, in 2014 Warrel had teamed up with Brazilian musicians Johnny Moraes (guitar), Thiago Oliveira (guitar), Fabio Carito (bass) and Marcus Dotta (drums) as his touring band and ultimately this successful collaboration led to plans for a new studio album. Recordings for "Shadow Work", the follow-up to 2008's "Praises To The War Machine", started in fall 2017 at Orra Meu Studio, São Paulo, and Travis Smith commenced to create the artwork following a concept and ideas previously discussed with Warrel. Then he passed away, left his fellow musicians, fans, friends and family as well as his label in shock putting the status of "Shadow Work" in limbo for a while. After reviewing the material that could actually be completed using vocals from various studio and pre-production sessions with Warrel, the decision was made to release his final recordings as "Shadow Work" on October 26. Essentially a tribute release, "Shadow Work" contains over 40 minutes of music with Warrel's voice tracked during pre-production, demo and recording sessions. The album's booklet was completed, with Smith providing artwork based upon concepts he had previously discussed with Warrel, thorough reconstructions of all lyrics from Warrel's notebook, personal testimonies by his Brazilian band, and very moving photos. During the recording sessions for "Shadow Work", photographer Renan Facciolo visited Warrel's group in the studio to capture footage documenting the creation of the album. Dane's bandmates explain: "This documentary was shot mostly during Warrel's final days, in late 2017. Although he was frail and his body was showing signs that it would eventually fade, at that time he was still putting his heart and soul in every part of 'Shadow Work'. We hope this stays as a testament to his artistic commitment and good will, when it came to producing an album in the studio." Ultimately, his band members completed the documentary in 2018 to offer an insight into the promising beginning and tragic end of "Shadow Work". Century Media's Jens Prüter (head of A&R, Europe) and Stefan Franke (product manager) add: "It is nearly impossible to watch this documentary with probably the last footage recorded of Warrel without getting emotional since, at some point in our lives, we and his fans were witnesses to his grandeur and failure, his strength and his frailty. The latter is obviously present in this moving video and we are grateful Warrel's family agreed on its public release. There is no glamour, no stardom in this video — it just depicts the shadow of a man passionately and endearingly being busy with 'Shadow Work', and a band being torn apart between ambition and tragedy. So, while we are glad to share it with you all, it is almost a relief to not have to watch it again." "Shadow Work" will be released as a special-edition CD mediabook offering a 44-page booklet, as a gatefold LP plus CD and 12-page LP booklet and on all digital platforms. Each song is illustrated by Travis Smith's art, created as his personal tribute to Warrel and further explained in his personal liner notes. Furthermore, photos, lyrics and moving statements from the musicians are included as well. Smith said: "[Warrel] told me he wanted the cover for this one to be a personification of one of its songs, affectionately titled 'Sweet Madame Satan, And Why.' I dug up the skeleton of an old idea we'd talked about once before, and with a few details and alterations of his own, it was exactly what he had envisioned. He 'loved it,' approved it, and then gave me an outline for what he wanted to do for the back cover to complement it as a sort of prologue. "I finished the additional artwork taking inspiration from old conversations, titles, absorbing passages from his notebooks, and some lyrics that he'd passed along earlier... "Thank you for everything these past 20 years... It was an honor. It will be missed. You are missed. I know we did you proud." Added Thiago, Johnny, Fabio and Marcus: "To give birth to a work like this, is for us a tribute to someone that was like family and honor his memory by sharing some of the savage poetry that he created and was ultimately so proud of. "Warrel came into our lives like a storm, took us into a very intense ride, we roamed endless roads into the unknown, into places that we never dreamed of both inside and outside our minds, and left. He was someone who lived with us, dreamed with us and enjoyed our hospitality, and in return gave us so much back. Some of us acted like his mother, some of us saw him as a father figure, some of us took care of him in some of his darkest moments. Yet he was a friend, and somehow, will be always there. "To record such an album, and to work alongside an artist as gifted as Warrel, is somehow like being enthralled by his brightest light, and, at the same time being engulfed by his darkest shadow. There is so much to say, and yet nothing to say. In the meantime, we are proud to share this portrait of the storm we went through in form of art. Light, peace and love." "Shadow Work" track listing: 01. Ethereal Blessing 02. Madame Satan 03. Disconnection System 04. As Fast As The Others 05. Shadow Work 06. The Hanging Garden (THE CURE cover) 07. Rain 08. Mother Is The Word For God
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Replacing images : - ON On December 13, 2017, the worldwide metal community mourned the passing of a truly unique voice, an extremely gifted songwriter, and above all a wonderful human being, that will be dearly missed: Warrel Dane, who died of a heart attack during the recordings of his second solo album in São Paulo, Brazil. Renowned for his work in SANCTUARY and NEVERMORE as well as a solo artist, in 2014 Warrel had teamed up with Brazilian musicians Johnny Moraes (guitar), Thiago Oliveira (guitar), Fabio Carito (bass) and Marcus Dotta (drums) as his touring band and ultimately this successful collaboration led to plans for a new studio album. Recordings for "Shadow Work", the follow-up to 2008's "Praises To The War Machine", started in fall 2017 at Orra Meu Studio, São Paulo, and Travis Smith commenced to create the artwork following a concept and ideas previously discussed with Warrel. Then he passed away, left his fellow musicians, fans, friends and family as well as his label in shock putting the status of "Shadow Work" in limbo for a while. After reviewing the material that could actually be completed using vocals from various studio and pre-production sessions with Warrel, the decision was made to release his final recordings as "Shadow Work" on October 26. Essentially a tribute release, "Shadow Work" contains over 40 minutes of music with Warrel's voice tracked during pre-production, demo and recording sessions. The album's booklet was completed, with Smith providing artwork based upon concepts he had previously discussed with Warrel, thorough reconstructions of all lyrics from Warrel's notebook, personal testimonies by his Brazilian band, and very moving photos. During the recording sessions for "Shadow Work", photographer Renan Facciolo visited Warrel's group in the studio to capture footage documenting the creation of the album. Dane's bandmates explain: "This documentary was shot mostly during Warrel's final days, in late 2017. Although he was frail and his body was showing signs that it would eventually fade, at that time he was still putting his heart and soul in every part of 'Shadow Work'. We hope this stays as a testament to his artistic commitment and good will, when it came to producing an album in the studio." Ultimately, his band members completed the documentary in 2018 to offer an insight into the promising beginning and tragic end of "Shadow Work". Century Media's Jens Prüter (head of A&R, Europe) and Stefan Franke (product manager) add: "It is nearly impossible to watch this documentary with probably the last footage recorded of Warrel without getting emotional since, at some point in our lives, we and his fans were witnesses to his grandeur and failure, his strength and his frailty. The latter is obviously present in this moving video and we are grateful Warrel's family agreed on its public release. There is no glamour, no stardom in this video — it just depicts the shadow of a man passionately and endearingly being busy with 'Shadow Work', and a band being torn apart between ambition and tragedy. So, while we are glad to share it with you all, it is almost a relief to not have to watch it again." "Shadow Work" will be released as a special-edition CD mediabook offering a 44-page booklet, as a gatefold LP plus CD and 12-page LP booklet and on all digital platforms. Each song is illustrated by Travis Smith's art, created as his personal tribute to Warrel and further explained in his personal liner notes. Furthermore, photos, lyrics and moving statements from the musicians are included as well. Smith said: "[Warrel] told me he wanted the cover for this one to be a personification of one of its songs, affectionately titled 'Sweet Madame Satan, And Why.' I dug up the skeleton of an old idea we'd talked about once before, and with a few details and alterations of his own, it was exactly what he had envisioned. He 'loved it,' approved it, and then gave me an outline for what he wanted to do for the back cover to complement it as a sort of prologue. "I finished the additional artwork taking inspiration from old conversations, titles, absorbing passages from his notebooks, and some lyrics that he'd passed along earlier... "Thank you for everything these past 20 years... It was an honor. It will be missed. You are missed. I know we did you proud." Added Thiago, Johnny, Fabio and Marcus: "To give birth to a work like this, is for us a tribute to someone that was like family and honor his memory by sharing some of the savage poetry that he created and was ultimately so proud of. "Warrel came into our lives like a storm, took us into a very intense ride, we roamed endless roads into the unknown, into places that we never dreamed of both inside and outside our minds, and left. He was someone who lived with us, dreamed with us and enjoyed our hospitality, and in return gave us so much back. Some of us acted like his mother, some of us saw him as a father figure, some of us took care of him in some of his darkest moments. Yet he was a friend, and somehow, will be always there. "To record such an album, and to work alongside an artist as gifted as Warrel, is somehow like being enthralled by his brightest light, and, at the same time being engulfed by his darkest shadow. There is so much to say, and yet nothing to say. In the meantime, we are proud to share this portrait of the storm we went through in form of art. Light, peace and love." "Shadow Work" track listing: 01. Ethereal Blessing 02. Madame Satan 03. Disconnection System 04. As Fast As The Others 05. 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Then he passed away, left his fellow musicians, fans, friends and family as well as his label in shock putting the status of "Shadow Work" in limbo for a while. After reviewing the material that could actually be completed using vocals from various studio and pre-production sessions with Warrel, the decision was made to release his final recordings as "Shadow Work" on October 26. Essentially a tribute release, "Shadow Work" contains over 40 minutes of music with Warrel's voice tracked during pre-production, demo and recording sessions. The album's booklet was completed, with Smith providing artwork based upon concepts he had previously discussed with Warrel, thorough reconstructions of all lyrics from Warrel's notebook, personal testimonies by his Brazilian band, and very moving photos. During the recording sessions for "Shadow Work", photographer Renan Facciolo visited Warrel's group in the studio to capture footage documenting the creation of the album. Dane's bandmates explain: "This documentary was shot mostly during Warrel's final days, in late 2017. Although he was frail and his body was showing signs that it would eventually fade, at that time he was still putting his heart and soul in every part of 'Shadow Work'. We hope this stays as a testament to his artistic commitment and good will, when it came to producing an album in the studio." Ultimately, his band members completed the documentary in 2018 to offer an insight into the promising beginning and tragic end of "Shadow Work". Century Media's Jens Prüter (head of A&R, Europe) and Stefan Franke (product manager) add: "It is nearly impossible to watch this documentary with probably the last footage recorded of Warrel without getting emotional since, at some point in our lives, we and his fans were witnesses to his grandeur and failure, his strength and his frailty. The latter is obviously present in this moving video and we are grateful Warrel's family agreed on its public release. There is no glamour, no stardom in this video — it just depicts the shadow of a man passionately and endearingly being busy with 'Shadow Work', and a band being torn apart between ambition and tragedy. So, while we are glad to share it with you all, it is almost a relief to not have to watch it again." "Shadow Work" will be released as a special-edition CD mediabook offering a 44-page booklet, as a gatefold LP plus CD and 12-page LP booklet and on all digital platforms. Each song is illustrated by Travis Smith's art, created as his personal tribute to Warrel and further explained in his personal liner notes. Furthermore, photos, lyrics and moving statements from the musicians are included as well. Smith said: "[Warrel] told me he wanted the cover for this one to be a personification of one of its songs, affectionately titled 'Sweet Madame Satan, And Why.' I dug up the skeleton of an old idea we'd talked about once before, and with a few details and alterations of his own, it was exactly what he had envisioned. He 'loved it,' approved it, and then gave me an outline for what he wanted to do for the back cover to complement it as a sort of prologue. "I finished the additional artwork taking inspiration from old conversations, titles, absorbing passages from his notebooks, and some lyrics that he'd passed along earlier... "Thank you for everything these past 20 years... It was an honor. It will be missed. You are missed. I know we did you proud." Added Thiago, Johnny, Fabio and Marcus: "To give birth to a work like this, is for us a tribute to someone that was like family and honor his memory by sharing some of the savage poetry that he created and was ultimately so proud of. "Warrel came into our lives like a storm, took us into a very intense ride, we roamed endless roads into the unknown, into places that we never dreamed of both inside and outside our minds, and left. He was someone who lived with us, dreamed with us and enjoyed our hospitality, and in return gave us so much back. Some of us acted like his mother, some of us saw him as a father figure, some of us took care of him in some of his darkest moments. Yet he was a friend, and somehow, will be always there. "To record such an album, and to work alongside an artist as gifted as Warrel, is somehow like being enthralled by his brightest light, and, at the same time being engulfed by his darkest shadow. There is so much to say, and yet nothing to say. In the meantime, we are proud to share this portrait of the storm we went through in form of art. Light, peace and love." "Shadow Work" track listing: 01. Ethereal Blessing 02. Madame Satan 03. Disconnection System 04. As Fast As The Others 05. 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WARREL DANE's Final Days Captured In Documentary About Making Of 'Shadow Work'

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Array ( [post_title] => WARREL DANE's Final Days Captured In Documentary About Making Of 'Shadow Work' [post_content] => On December 13, 2017, the worldwide metal community mourned the passing of a truly unique voice, an extremely gifted songwriter, and above all a wonderful human being, that will be dearly missed: Warrel Dane, who died of a heart attack during the recordings of his second solo album in São Paulo, Brazil. Renowned for his work in SANCTUARY and NEVERMORE as well as a solo artist, in 2014 Warrel had teamed up with Brazilian musicians Johnny Moraes (guitar), Thiago Oliveira (guitar), Fabio Carito (bass) and Marcus Dotta (drums) as his touring band and ultimately this successful collaboration led to plans for a new studio album. Recordings for "Shadow Work", the follow-up to 2008's "Praises To The War Machine", started in fall 2017 at Orra Meu Studio, São Paulo, and Travis Smith commenced to create the artwork following a concept and ideas previously discussed with Warrel. Then he passed away, left his fellow musicians, fans, friends and family as well as his label in shock putting the status of "Shadow Work" in limbo for a while. After reviewing the material that could actually be completed using vocals from various studio and pre-production sessions with Warrel, the decision was made to release his final recordings as "Shadow Work" on October 26. Essentially a tribute release, "Shadow Work" contains over 40 minutes of music with Warrel's voice tracked during pre-production, demo and recording sessions. The album's booklet was completed, with Smith providing artwork based upon concepts he had previously discussed with Warrel, thorough reconstructions of all lyrics from Warrel's notebook, personal testimonies by his Brazilian band, and very moving photos. During the recording sessions for "Shadow Work", photographer Renan Facciolo visited Warrel's group in the studio to capture footage documenting the creation of the album. Dane's bandmates explain: "This documentary was shot mostly during Warrel's final days, in late 2017. Although he was frail and his body was showing signs that it would eventually fade, at that time he was still putting his heart and soul in every part of 'Shadow Work'. We hope this stays as a testament to his artistic commitment and good will, when it came to producing an album in the studio." Ultimately, his band members completed the documentary in 2018 to offer an insight into the promising beginning and tragic end of "Shadow Work". Century Media's Jens Prüter (head of A&R, Europe) and Stefan Franke (product manager) add: "It is nearly impossible to watch this documentary with probably the last footage recorded of Warrel without getting emotional since, at some point in our lives, we and his fans were witnesses to his grandeur and failure, his strength and his frailty. The latter is obviously present in this moving video and we are grateful Warrel's family agreed on its public release. There is no glamour, no stardom in this video — it just depicts the shadow of a man passionately and endearingly being busy with 'Shadow Work', and a band being torn apart between ambition and tragedy. So, while we are glad to share it with you all, it is almost a relief to not have to watch it again." "Shadow Work" will be released as a special-edition CD mediabook offering a 44-page booklet, as a gatefold LP plus CD and 12-page LP booklet and on all digital platforms. Each song is illustrated by Travis Smith's art, created as his personal tribute to Warrel and further explained in his personal liner notes. Furthermore, photos, lyrics and moving statements from the musicians are included as well. Smith said: "[Warrel] told me he wanted the cover for this one to be a personification of one of its songs, affectionately titled 'Sweet Madame Satan, And Why.' I dug up the skeleton of an old idea we'd talked about once before, and with a few details and alterations of his own, it was exactly what he had envisioned. He 'loved it,' approved it, and then gave me an outline for what he wanted to do for the back cover to complement it as a sort of prologue. "I finished the additional artwork taking inspiration from old conversations, titles, absorbing passages from his notebooks, and some lyrics that he'd passed along earlier... "Thank you for everything these past 20 years... It was an honor. It will be missed. You are missed. I know we did you proud." Added Thiago, Johnny, Fabio and Marcus: "To give birth to a work like this, is for us a tribute to someone that was like family and honor his memory by sharing some of the savage poetry that he created and was ultimately so proud of. "Warrel came into our lives like a storm, took us into a very intense ride, we roamed endless roads into the unknown, into places that we never dreamed of both inside and outside our minds, and left. He was someone who lived with us, dreamed with us and enjoyed our hospitality, and in return gave us so much back. Some of us acted like his mother, some of us saw him as a father figure, some of us took care of him in some of his darkest moments. Yet he was a friend, and somehow, will be always there. "To record such an album, and to work alongside an artist as gifted as Warrel, is somehow like being enthralled by his brightest light, and, at the same time being engulfed by his darkest shadow. There is so much to say, and yet nothing to say. In the meantime, we are proud to share this portrait of the storm we went through in form of art. Light, peace and love." "Shadow Work" track listing: 01. Ethereal Blessing 02. Madame Satan 03. Disconnection System 04. As Fast As The Others 05. Shadow Work 06. The Hanging Garden (THE CURE cover) 07. Rain 08. Mother Is The Word For God

WARREL DANE's Final Days Captured In Documentary About Making Of 'Shadow Work' [post_excerpt] => On December 13, 2017, the worldwide metal community mourned the passing of a truly unique voice, an extremely gifted songwriter, and above all a wonderful human being, that will be dearly missed: Warrel Dane, who died of a heart attack during the recordings of his second solo album in São Paulo, Brazil. Renowned for his work in SANCTUARY and NEVERMORE as well as a solo artist, in 2014 Warrel had teamed up with Brazilian musicians Johnny Moraes (guitar), Thiago Oliveira (guitar), Fabio Carito (bass) and Marcus Dotta (drums) as his touring band and ultimately this successful collaboration led to plans for a new studio album. Recordings for "Shadow Work", the follow-up to 2008's "Praises To The War Machine", started in fall 2017 at Orra Meu Studio, São Paulo, and Travis Smith commenced to create the artwork following a concept and ideas previously discussed with Warrel. Then he passed away, left his fellow musicians, fans, friends and family as well as his label in shock putting the status of "Shadow Work" in limbo for a while. After reviewing the material that could actually be completed using vocals from various studio and pre-production sessions with Warrel, the decision was made to release his final recordings as "Shadow Work" on October 26. Essentially a tribute release, "Shadow Work" contains over 40 minutes of music with Warrel's voice tracked during pre-production, demo and recording sessions. The album's booklet was completed, with Smith providing artwork based upon concepts he had previously discussed with Warrel, thorough reconstructions of all lyrics from Warrel's notebook, personal testimonies by his Brazilian band, and very moving photos. During the recording sessions for "Shadow Work", photographer Renan Facciolo visited Warrel's group in the studio to capture footage documenting the creation of the album. Dane's bandmates explain: "This documentary was shot mostly during Warrel's final days, in late 2017. Although he was frail and his body was showing signs that it would eventually fade, at that time he was still putting his heart and soul in every part of 'Shadow Work'. We hope this stays as a testament to his artistic commitment and good will, when it came to producing an album in the studio." Ultimately, his band members completed the documentary in 2018 to offer an insight into the promising beginning and tragic end of "Shadow Work". Century Media's Jens Prüter (head of A&R, Europe) and Stefan Franke (product manager) add: "It is nearly impossible to watch this documentary with probably the last footage recorded of Warrel without getting emotional since, at some point in our lives, we and his fans were witnesses to his grandeur and failure, his strength and his frailty. The latter is obviously present in this moving video and we are grateful Warrel's family agreed on its public release. There is no glamour, no stardom in this video — it just depicts the shadow of a man passionately and endearingly being busy with 'Shadow Work', and a band being torn apart between ambition and tragedy. So, while we are glad to share it with you all, it is almost a relief to not have to watch it again." "Shadow Work" will be released as a special-edition CD mediabook offering a 44-page booklet, as a gatefold LP plus CD and 12-page LP booklet and on all digital platforms. Each song is illustrated by Travis Smith's art, created as his personal tribute to Warrel and further explained in his personal liner notes. Furthermore, photos, lyrics and moving statements from the musicians are included as well. Smith said: "[Warrel] told me he wanted the cover for this one to be a personification of one of its songs, affectionately titled 'Sweet Madame Satan, And Why.' I dug up the skeleton of an old idea we'd talked about once before, and with a few details and alterations of his own, it was exactly what he had envisioned. He 'loved it,' approved it, and then gave me an outline for what he wanted to do for the back cover to complement it as a sort of prologue. "I finished the additional artwork taking inspiration from old conversations, titles, absorbing passages from his notebooks, and some lyrics that he'd passed along earlier... "Thank you for everything these past 20 years... It was an honor. It will be missed. You are missed. I know we did you proud." Added Thiago, Johnny, Fabio and Marcus: "To give birth to a work like this, is for us a tribute to someone that was like family and honor his memory by sharing some of the savage poetry that he created and was ultimately so proud of. "Warrel came into our lives like a storm, took us into a very intense ride, we roamed endless roads into the unknown, into places that we never dreamed of both inside and outside our minds, and left. He was someone who lived with us, dreamed with us and enjoyed our hospitality, and in return gave us so much back. Some of us acted like his mother, some of us saw him as a father figure, some of us took care of him in some of his darkest moments. Yet he was a friend, and somehow, will be always there. "To record such an album, and to work alongside an artist as gifted as Warrel, is somehow like being enthralled by his brightest light, and, at the same time being engulfed by his darkest shadow. There is so much to say, and yet nothing to say. In the meantime, we are proud to share this portrait of the storm we went through in form of art. Light, peace and love." "Shadow Work" track listing: 01. Ethereal Blessing 02. Madame Satan 03. Disconnection System 04. As Fast As The Others 05. Shadow Work 06. The Hanging Garden (THE CURE cover) 07. Rain 08. Mother Is The Word For God
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Array ( [post_title] => Ultimate JORN Box Set, '50 Years On Earth - The Anniversary Box Set', Due In December [post_content] => Frontiers Music Srl will celebrate Norwegian singer Jorn Lande's 50th birthday with the release of the ultimate JORN box set, "50 Years On Earth - The Anniversary Box Set", on December 14. Lande was born on May 31, 1968 in the heart of Norway, between massive mountains in a little town called Rjukan. The little blond Viking grew up roaming the forests and mountains and rocking out to Elvis Presley and bands like SWEET, SLADE, JETHRO TULL, DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW, FREE and BLACK SABBATH. Eventually, he would become one of the world's most renowned voices in rock and metal. Fifty years later, a celebratory box set — a limited-edition release — celebrating the artistic production of the fine Norwegian singer is prepared with the intent of closing a major chapter of Jorn's artistic career and opening up the "second phase" of his musical journey. A definitive overview, "50 Years On Earth" is comprised of 12 CDs, including all JORN albums from "Worldchanger" (2001) to "Life On Death Road" (2017). The CD artwork has been recreated in a stunningly visual vinyl replica format. In addition to the studio albums, an exclusive collection of JORN's best live tracks taken from his albums "Live In The USA" and "Live In Black" and of his best cover songs are included. Finally, there is a disc which includes 16 rare and bonus tracks, which are going to whet the appetites of the JORN completists. This attractive package also includes a beautiful booklet with handwritten notes from Jorn Lande. In Lande's words: "I'm proud to have made it this far and to still be around and relevant. This is first of all a thanks to all the music lovers around the world who keep believing. Thanks for all your support! I am blessed to have been given the opportunity to work with so many great and talented people. This rollercoaster of a rock and roll journey still has it's wheels on the tracks and I'm truly excited about the future and what's to come... bring it on!" [post_excerpt] => Frontiers Music Srl will celebrate Norwegian singer Jorn Lande's 50th birthday with the release of the ultimate JORN box set, "50 Years On Earth - The Anniversary Box Set", on December 14. Lande was born on May 31, 1968 in the heart of Norway, between massive mountains in a little town called Rjukan. The little blond Viking grew up roaming the forests and mountains and rocking out to Elvis Presley and bands like SWEET, SLADE, JETHRO TULL, DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW, FREE and BLACK SABBATH. Eventually, he would become one of the world's most renowned voices in rock and metal. Fifty years later, a celebratory box set — a limited-edition release — celebrating the artistic production of the fine Norwegian singer is prepared with the intent of closing a major chapter of Jorn's artistic career and opening up the "second phase" of his musical journey. A definitive overview, "50 Years On Earth" is comprised of 12 CDs, including all JORN albums from "Worldchanger" (2001) to "Life On Death Road" (2017). The CD artwork has been recreated in a stunningly visual vinyl replica format. In addition to the studio albums, an exclusive collection of JORN's best live tracks taken from his albums "Live In The USA" and "Live In Black" and of his best cover songs are included. Finally, there is a disc which includes 16 rare and bonus tracks, which are going to whet the appetites of the JORN completists. This attractive package also includes a beautiful booklet with handwritten notes from Jorn Lande. In Lande's words: "I'm proud to have made it this far and to still be around and relevant. This is first of all a thanks to all the music lovers around the world who keep believing. Thanks for all your support! I am blessed to have been given the opportunity to work with so many great and talented people. This rollercoaster of a rock and roll journey still has it's wheels on the tracks and I'm truly excited about the future and what's to come... bring it on!" 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Array ( [post_title] => Ultimate JORN Box Set, '50 Years On Earth - The Anniversary Box Set', Due In December [post_content] => Frontiers Music Srl will celebrate Norwegian singer Jorn Lande's 50th birthday with the release of the ultimate JORN box set, "50 Years On Earth - The Anniversary Box Set", on December 14. Lande was born on May 31, 1968 in the heart of Norway, between massive mountains in a little town called Rjukan. The little blond Viking grew up roaming the forests and mountains and rocking out to Elvis Presley and bands like SWEET, SLADE, JETHRO TULL, DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW, FREE and BLACK SABBATH. Eventually, he would become one of the world's most renowned voices in rock and metal. Fifty years later, a celebratory box set — a limited-edition release — celebrating the artistic production of the fine Norwegian singer is prepared with the intent of closing a major chapter of Jorn's artistic career and opening up the "second phase" of his musical journey. A definitive overview, "50 Years On Earth" is comprised of 12 CDs, including all JORN albums from "Worldchanger" (2001) to "Life On Death Road" (2017). The CD artwork has been recreated in a stunningly visual vinyl replica format. In addition to the studio albums, an exclusive collection of JORN's best live tracks taken from his albums "Live In The USA" and "Live In Black" and of his best cover songs are included. Finally, there is a disc which includes 16 rare and bonus tracks, which are going to whet the appetites of the JORN completists. This attractive package also includes a beautiful booklet with handwritten notes from Jorn Lande. In Lande's words: "I'm proud to have made it this far and to still be around and relevant. This is first of all a thanks to all the music lovers around the world who keep believing. Thanks for all your support! I am blessed to have been given the opportunity to work with so many great and talented people. This rollercoaster of a rock and roll journey still has it's wheels on the tracks and I'm truly excited about the future and what's to come... bring it on!" Ultimate JORN Box Set, '50 Years On Earth - The Anniversary Box Set', Due In December Ultimate JORN Box Set, '50 Years On Earth - The Anniversary Box Set', Due In December [post_excerpt] => Frontiers Music Srl will celebrate Norwegian singer Jorn Lande's 50th birthday with the release of the ultimate JORN box set, "50 Years On Earth - The Anniversary Box Set", on December 14. Lande was born on May 31, 1968 in the heart of Norway, between massive mountains in a little town called Rjukan. The little blond Viking grew up roaming the forests and mountains and rocking out to Elvis Presley and bands like SWEET, SLADE, JETHRO TULL, DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW, FREE and BLACK SABBATH. Eventually, he would become one of the world's most renowned voices in rock and metal. Fifty years later, a celebratory box set — a limited-edition release — celebrating the artistic production of the fine Norwegian singer is prepared with the intent of closing a major chapter of Jorn's artistic career and opening up the "second phase" of his musical journey. A definitive overview, "50 Years On Earth" is comprised of 12 CDs, including all JORN albums from "Worldchanger" (2001) to "Life On Death Road" (2017). The CD artwork has been recreated in a stunningly visual vinyl replica format. In addition to the studio albums, an exclusive collection of JORN's best live tracks taken from his albums "Live In The USA" and "Live In Black" and of his best cover songs are included. Finally, there is a disc which includes 16 rare and bonus tracks, which are going to whet the appetites of the JORN completists. This attractive package also includes a beautiful booklet with handwritten notes from Jorn Lande. In Lande's words: "I'm proud to have made it this far and to still be around and relevant. This is first of all a thanks to all the music lovers around the world who keep believing. Thanks for all your support! I am blessed to have been given the opportunity to work with so many great and talented people. This rollercoaster of a rock and roll journey still has it's wheels on the tracks and I'm truly excited about the future and what's to come... bring it on!" 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Watch WITHIN TEMPTATION's Entire Moscow Concert

Array ( [post_title] => Watch WITHIN TEMPTATION's Entire Moscow Concert [post_content] => Fan-filmed video footage of WITHIN TEMPTATION's entire October 18 concert at Stadium Live Club in Moscow, Russia can be seen below. Featured songs: 0:23 Intro + Raise Your Banner 6:15 The Reckoning 10:50 Endless War 15:13 In The Middle Of The Night 20:30 Stand My Ground 26:16 All I Need 31:15 Supernova 37:00 Shot In The Dark 42:12 The Promise 50:22 Faster 55:09 Mercy Mirror 59:06 Paradise (What About Us?) 1:04:31 The Heart Of Everything 1:10:35 Forgiven 1:15:50 Mother Earth 1:23:44 What Have You Done 1:30:00 Stairway To The Skies Last month, WITHIN TEMPTATION released the official video for "The Reckoning", the first single from its forthcoming studio album, "Resist". The track features a guest appearance by PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix. "Resist" will be released on December 14. It is the band's first release through Spinefarm Records, the specialist hard rock label of Universal Music Group. "Resist" will also feature IN FLAMES' Anders Fridén and ARID's Jasper Steverlinck on guest vocals. "Resist" marks a departure from the WITHIN TEMPTATION's past. The record is armed with 10 anthemic tracks, driven by grand melodies and dark hooks. It brings a futuristic take on metal to the table — both instrumentally and thematically. "'Resist' is a true milestone for us. If it wasn't for 'Resist', WITHIN TEMPTATION wouldn't be here anymore," the band stated. "With this record, we've taken inspiration from modern music and gave it a face — a very dark one," WITHIN TEMPTATION vocalist Sharon Den Adel said. "Sometimes, it feels that today's pop music lacks a rebellious edge. Our main goal was to collect pieces from sounds we did like and roughen it up as much as we could, resulting in a surprisingly new musical world that is heavier, dirtier and more futuristic than we've ever created before. 'Resist' is our take on metal in a new way: to give modern music its rebellious edge."

[post_excerpt] => Fan-filmed video footage of WITHIN TEMPTATION's entire October 18 concert at Stadium Live Club in Moscow, Russia can be seen below. Featured songs: 0:23 Intro + Raise Your Banner 6:15 The Reckoning 10:50 Endless War 15:13 In The Middle Of The Night 20:30 Stand My Ground 26:16 All I Need 31:15 Supernova 37:00 Shot In The Dark 42:12 The Promise 50:22 Faster 55:09 Mercy Mirror 59:06 Paradise (What About Us?) 1:04:31 The Heart Of Everything 1:10:35 Forgiven 1:15:50 Mother Earth 1:23:44 What Have You Done 1:30:00 Stairway To The Skies Last month, WITHIN TEMPTATION released the official video for "The Reckoning", the first single from its forthcoming studio album, "Resist". The track features a guest appearance by PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix. "Resist" will be released on December 14. It is the band's first release through Spinefarm Records, the specialist hard rock label of Universal Music Group. "Resist" will also feature IN FLAMES' Anders Fridén and ARID's Jasper Steverlinck on guest vocals. "Resist" marks a departure from the WITHIN TEMPTATION's past. The record is armed with 10 anthemic tracks, driven by grand melodies and dark hooks. It brings a futuristic take on metal to the table — both instrumentally and thematically. "'Resist' is a true milestone for us. If it wasn't for 'Resist', WITHIN TEMPTATION wouldn't be here anymore," the band stated. "With this record, we've taken inspiration from modern music and gave it a face — a very dark one," WITHIN TEMPTATION vocalist Sharon Den Adel said. "Sometimes, it feels that today's pop music lacks a rebellious edge. Our main goal was to collect pieces from sounds we did like and roughen it up as much as we could, resulting in a surprisingly new musical world that is heavier, dirtier and more futuristic than we've ever created before. 'Resist' is our take on metal in a new way: to give modern music its rebellious edge."
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Replacing images : - ON Fan-filmed video footage of WITHIN TEMPTATION's entire October 18 concert at Stadium Live Club in Moscow, Russia can be seen below. Featured songs: 0:23 Intro + Raise Your Banner 6:15 The Reckoning 10:50 Endless War 15:13 In The Middle Of The Night 20:30 Stand My Ground 26:16 All I Need 31:15 Supernova 37:00 Shot In The Dark 42:12 The Promise 50:22 Faster 55:09 Mercy Mirror 59:06 Paradise (What About Us?) 1:04:31 The Heart Of Everything 1:10:35 Forgiven 1:15:50 Mother Earth 1:23:44 What Have You Done 1:30:00 Stairway To The Skies Last month, WITHIN TEMPTATION released the official video for "The Reckoning", the first single from its forthcoming studio album, "Resist". The track features a guest appearance by PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix. "Resist" will be released on December 14. It is the band's first release through Spinefarm Records, the specialist hard rock label of Universal Music Group. "Resist" will also feature IN FLAMES' Anders Fridén and ARID's Jasper Steverlinck on guest vocals. "Resist" marks a departure from the WITHIN TEMPTATION's past. The record is armed with 10 anthemic tracks, driven by grand melodies and dark hooks. It brings a futuristic take on metal to the table — both instrumentally and thematically. "'Resist' is a true milestone for us. If it wasn't for 'Resist', WITHIN TEMPTATION wouldn't be here anymore," the band stated. "With this record, we've taken inspiration from modern music and gave it a face — a very dark one," WITHIN TEMPTATION vocalist Sharon Den Adel said. "Sometimes, it feels that today's pop music lacks a rebellious edge. Our main goal was to collect pieces from sounds we did like and roughen it up as much as we could, resulting in a surprisingly new musical world that is heavier, dirtier and more futuristic than we've ever created before. 'Resist' is our take on metal in a new way: to give modern music its rebellious edge."

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Array ( [post_title] => Watch WITHIN TEMPTATION's Entire Moscow Concert [post_content] => Fan-filmed video footage of WITHIN TEMPTATION's entire October 18 concert at Stadium Live Club in Moscow, Russia can be seen below. Featured songs: 0:23 Intro + Raise Your Banner 6:15 The Reckoning 10:50 Endless War 15:13 In The Middle Of The Night 20:30 Stand My Ground 26:16 All I Need 31:15 Supernova 37:00 Shot In The Dark 42:12 The Promise 50:22 Faster 55:09 Mercy Mirror 59:06 Paradise (What About Us?) 1:04:31 The Heart Of Everything 1:10:35 Forgiven 1:15:50 Mother Earth 1:23:44 What Have You Done 1:30:00 Stairway To The Skies Last month, WITHIN TEMPTATION released the official video for "The Reckoning", the first single from its forthcoming studio album, "Resist". The track features a guest appearance by PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix. "Resist" will be released on December 14. It is the band's first release through Spinefarm Records, the specialist hard rock label of Universal Music Group. "Resist" will also feature IN FLAMES' Anders Fridén and ARID's Jasper Steverlinck on guest vocals. "Resist" marks a departure from the WITHIN TEMPTATION's past. The record is armed with 10 anthemic tracks, driven by grand melodies and dark hooks. It brings a futuristic take on metal to the table — both instrumentally and thematically. "'Resist' is a true milestone for us. If it wasn't for 'Resist', WITHIN TEMPTATION wouldn't be here anymore," the band stated. "With this record, we've taken inspiration from modern music and gave it a face — a very dark one," WITHIN TEMPTATION vocalist Sharon Den Adel said. "Sometimes, it feels that today's pop music lacks a rebellious edge. Our main goal was to collect pieces from sounds we did like and roughen it up as much as we could, resulting in a surprisingly new musical world that is heavier, dirtier and more futuristic than we've ever created before. 'Resist' is our take on metal in a new way: to give modern music its rebellious edge."

[post_excerpt] => Fan-filmed video footage of WITHIN TEMPTATION's entire October 18 concert at Stadium Live Club in Moscow, Russia can be seen below. Featured songs: 0:23 Intro + Raise Your Banner 6:15 The Reckoning 10:50 Endless War 15:13 In The Middle Of The Night 20:30 Stand My Ground 26:16 All I Need 31:15 Supernova 37:00 Shot In The Dark 42:12 The Promise 50:22 Faster 55:09 Mercy Mirror 59:06 Paradise (What About Us?) 1:04:31 The Heart Of Everything 1:10:35 Forgiven 1:15:50 Mother Earth 1:23:44 What Have You Done 1:30:00 Stairway To The Skies Last month, WITHIN TEMPTATION released the official video for "The Reckoning", the first single from its forthcoming studio album, "Resist". The track features a guest appearance by PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix. "Resist" will be released on December 14. It is the band's first release through Spinefarm Records, the specialist hard rock label of Universal Music Group. "Resist" will also feature IN FLAMES' Anders Fridén and ARID's Jasper Steverlinck on guest vocals. "Resist" marks a departure from the WITHIN TEMPTATION's past. The record is armed with 10 anthemic tracks, driven by grand melodies and dark hooks. It brings a futuristic take on metal to the table — both instrumentally and thematically. "'Resist' is a true milestone for us. If it wasn't for 'Resist', WITHIN TEMPTATION wouldn't be here anymore," the band stated. "With this record, we've taken inspiration from modern music and gave it a face — a very dark one," WITHIN TEMPTATION vocalist Sharon Den Adel said. "Sometimes, it feels that today's pop music lacks a rebellious edge. Our main goal was to collect pieces from sounds we did like and roughen it up as much as we could, resulting in a surprisingly new musical world that is heavier, dirtier and more futuristic than we've ever created before. 'Resist' is our take on metal in a new way: to give modern music its rebellious edge."
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[post_excerpt] => EMIGRATE, the side project of RAMMSTEIN guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, will release its third album, "A Million Degrees", on November 30 via Vertigo/Universal Music. If there's a description that, personally and professionally, fits Kruspe like a Savile Row suit, "fired up" would be it… As a member of RAMMSTEIN, the music world's most explosive live act, he has been part of a groundbreaking global success story that continues to build and to ignite; along the way, he's turned his attention to a number of parallel projects, such as constructing a new studio (and a new home) in his native Berlin, but it's his decision to launch the EMIGRATE setup that has given him the greatest chance to satisfy creative instincts outside of the parent group. The first EMIGRATE album appeared in 2007 (a self-titled record that went Top 10 in Germany, with single/video "My World" appearing on the soundtrack to the third "Resident Evil" movie); "Silent So Long" followed in 2014, featuring guest vocals from such high-profile artists as Marilyn Manson, Jonathan Davis, Peaches and the legend that will always be Lemmy. Featuring 11 tracks, a fresh production team plus vocal contributions from RAMMSTEIN's Till Lindemann, BILLY TALENT's Benjamin Kowalewicz, GHOST's Cardinal Copia and Margaux Bossieux (DIRTY MARY), "A Million Degrees" is less a follow-up to "Silent So Long" and more a re-booted take on the overall concept, continuing Kruspe's desire to craft something personal. He writes the material, including new single/video "1234" (spotlighting Kowalewicz), sings the bulk of the songs (in English) and works hard — sometimes in the face of adversity — to keep everything rubber-stamped as "special," fashioning a body of work that will appeal to both existing supporters and those who appreciate the power of a great song delivered from heart above head… The recordings for "A Million Degrees" started between March and May 2015. Due to a water damage in Kruspe's studio, however, the album had to be recorded again and was created in collaboration with Sky Van Hoff and Svante Vorsbäck. The video for "1234" was shot in Los Angeles and was directed by Bill Yukich along with Kowalewicz and Ian D'Sa (BILLY TALENT), Bossieux, Joe Letz (COMBICHRIST) and Kruspe. "A Million Degrees" track listing: 01. War 02. 1234 (feat. Ben Kowalewicz) 03. A Million Degrees 04. Lead On You (feat. Margaux Bossieux) 05. You Are So Beautiful 06. Hide And Seek 07. We Are Together 08. Let's Go (feat. Till Lindemann) 09. I'm Not Afraid (feat. Cardinal Copia) 10. Spitfire 11. Eyes Fade Away
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Replacing images : - ON EMIGRATE, the side project of RAMMSTEIN guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, will release its third album, "A Million Degrees", on November 30 via Vertigo/Universal Music. If there's a description that, personally and professionally, fits Kruspe like a Savile Row suit, "fired up" would be it… As a member of RAMMSTEIN, the music world's most explosive live act, he has been part of a groundbreaking global success story that continues to build and to ignite; along the way, he's turned his attention to a number of parallel projects, such as constructing a new studio (and a new home) in his native Berlin, but it's his decision to launch the EMIGRATE setup that has given him the greatest chance to satisfy creative instincts outside of the parent group. The first EMIGRATE album appeared in 2007 (a self-titled record that went Top 10 in Germany, with single/video "My World" appearing on the soundtrack to the third "Resident Evil" movie); "Silent So Long" followed in 2014, featuring guest vocals from such high-profile artists as Marilyn Manson, Jonathan Davis, Peaches and the legend that will always be Lemmy. Featuring 11 tracks, a fresh production team plus vocal contributions from RAMMSTEIN's Till Lindemann, BILLY TALENT's Benjamin Kowalewicz, GHOST's Cardinal Copia and Margaux Bossieux (DIRTY MARY), "A Million Degrees" is less a follow-up to "Silent So Long" and more a re-booted take on the overall concept, continuing Kruspe's desire to craft something personal. He writes the material, including new single/video "1234" (spotlighting Kowalewicz), sings the bulk of the songs (in English) and works hard — sometimes in the face of adversity — to keep everything rubber-stamped as "special," fashioning a body of work that will appeal to both existing supporters and those who appreciate the power of a great song delivered from heart above head… The recordings for "A Million Degrees" started between March and May 2015. Due to a water damage in Kruspe's studio, however, the album had to be recorded again and was created in collaboration with Sky Van Hoff and Svante Vorsbäck. The video for "1234" was shot in Los Angeles and was directed by Bill Yukich along with Kowalewicz and Ian D'Sa (BILLY TALENT), Bossieux, Joe Letz (COMBICHRIST) and Kruspe. "A Million Degrees" track listing: 01. War 02. 1234 (feat. Ben Kowalewicz) 03. A Million Degrees 04. Lead On You (feat. Margaux Bossieux) 05. You Are So Beautiful 06. Hide And Seek 07. We Are Together 08. Let's Go (feat. Till Lindemann) 09. I'm Not Afraid (feat. Cardinal Copia) 10. Spitfire 11. Eyes Fade Away

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Array ( [post_title] => RAMMSTEIN Guitarist's EMIGRATE Project To Release 'A Million Degrees' Album Feat. TILL LINDEMANN, CARDINAL COPIA [post_content] => EMIGRATE, the side project of RAMMSTEIN guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, will release its third album, "A Million Degrees", on November 30 via Vertigo/Universal Music. If there's a description that, personally and professionally, fits Kruspe like a Savile Row suit, "fired up" would be it… As a member of RAMMSTEIN, the music world's most explosive live act, he has been part of a groundbreaking global success story that continues to build and to ignite; along the way, he's turned his attention to a number of parallel projects, such as constructing a new studio (and a new home) in his native Berlin, but it's his decision to launch the EMIGRATE setup that has given him the greatest chance to satisfy creative instincts outside of the parent group. The first EMIGRATE album appeared in 2007 (a self-titled record that went Top 10 in Germany, with single/video "My World" appearing on the soundtrack to the third "Resident Evil" movie); "Silent So Long" followed in 2014, featuring guest vocals from such high-profile artists as Marilyn Manson, Jonathan Davis, Peaches and the legend that will always be Lemmy. Featuring 11 tracks, a fresh production team plus vocal contributions from RAMMSTEIN's Till Lindemann, BILLY TALENT's Benjamin Kowalewicz, GHOST's Cardinal Copia and Margaux Bossieux (DIRTY MARY), "A Million Degrees" is less a follow-up to "Silent So Long" and more a re-booted take on the overall concept, continuing Kruspe's desire to craft something personal. He writes the material, including new single/video "1234" (spotlighting Kowalewicz), sings the bulk of the songs (in English) and works hard — sometimes in the face of adversity — to keep everything rubber-stamped as "special," fashioning a body of work that will appeal to both existing supporters and those who appreciate the power of a great song delivered from heart above head… The recordings for "A Million Degrees" started between March and May 2015. Due to a water damage in Kruspe's studio, however, the album had to be recorded again and was created in collaboration with Sky Van Hoff and Svante Vorsbäck. The video for "1234" was shot in Los Angeles and was directed by Bill Yukich along with Kowalewicz and Ian D'Sa (BILLY TALENT), Bossieux, Joe Letz (COMBICHRIST) and Kruspe. "A Million Degrees" track listing: 01. War 02. 1234 (feat. Ben Kowalewicz) 03. A Million Degrees 04. Lead On You (feat. Margaux Bossieux) 05. You Are So Beautiful 06. Hide And Seek 07. We Are Together 08. Let's Go (feat. Till Lindemann) 09. I'm Not Afraid (feat. Cardinal Copia) 10. Spitfire 11. Eyes Fade Away

[post_excerpt] => EMIGRATE, the side project of RAMMSTEIN guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, will release its third album, "A Million Degrees", on November 30 via Vertigo/Universal Music. If there's a description that, personally and professionally, fits Kruspe like a Savile Row suit, "fired up" would be it… As a member of RAMMSTEIN, the music world's most explosive live act, he has been part of a groundbreaking global success story that continues to build and to ignite; along the way, he's turned his attention to a number of parallel projects, such as constructing a new studio (and a new home) in his native Berlin, but it's his decision to launch the EMIGRATE setup that has given him the greatest chance to satisfy creative instincts outside of the parent group. The first EMIGRATE album appeared in 2007 (a self-titled record that went Top 10 in Germany, with single/video "My World" appearing on the soundtrack to the third "Resident Evil" movie); "Silent So Long" followed in 2014, featuring guest vocals from such high-profile artists as Marilyn Manson, Jonathan Davis, Peaches and the legend that will always be Lemmy. Featuring 11 tracks, a fresh production team plus vocal contributions from RAMMSTEIN's Till Lindemann, BILLY TALENT's Benjamin Kowalewicz, GHOST's Cardinal Copia and Margaux Bossieux (DIRTY MARY), "A Million Degrees" is less a follow-up to "Silent So Long" and more a re-booted take on the overall concept, continuing Kruspe's desire to craft something personal. He writes the material, including new single/video "1234" (spotlighting Kowalewicz), sings the bulk of the songs (in English) and works hard — sometimes in the face of adversity — to keep everything rubber-stamped as "special," fashioning a body of work that will appeal to both existing supporters and those who appreciate the power of a great song delivered from heart above head… The recordings for "A Million Degrees" started between March and May 2015. Due to a water damage in Kruspe's studio, however, the album had to be recorded again and was created in collaboration with Sky Van Hoff and Svante Vorsbäck. The video for "1234" was shot in Los Angeles and was directed by Bill Yukich along with Kowalewicz and Ian D'Sa (BILLY TALENT), Bossieux, Joe Letz (COMBICHRIST) and Kruspe. "A Million Degrees" track listing: 01. War 02. 1234 (feat. Ben Kowalewicz) 03. A Million Degrees 04. Lead On You (feat. Margaux Bossieux) 05. You Are So Beautiful 06. Hide And Seek 07. We Are Together 08. Let's Go (feat. Till Lindemann) 09. I'm Not Afraid (feat. Cardinal Copia) 10. Spitfire 11. Eyes Fade Away
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OZZY OSBOURNE Says He Contracted Three Individual Staph Infections In His Thumb

Array ( [post_title] => OZZY OSBOURNE Says He Contracted Three Individual Staph Infections In His Thumb [post_content] => Ozzy Osbourne has told Rolling Stone in a new interview that he initially postponed four shows on his current tour after he learned he had contracted a potentially deadly staph infection. "I didn't feel sick, so I was cracking jokes," Ozzy recalled about his trip to the emergency room. "The doctor said, 'I don't know if you realize, Mr. Osbourne, this is a very serious problem you have.' Sharon said, 'Would you stop fucking making jokes?'" He laughed. "So I said, 'Well, it's my hand.' The thing was, nobody was laughing. They're all extremely, deadly serious about it," he said. "I judge it based on the expression and the body language of the doctor. If he comes in with a really solemn face, I go, 'Oh, okay. My time to go is up.'" After examining Ozzy, the doctors realized he didn't have just one staph infection but three individual ones in his thumb — and one had spread to his middle finger. At one point, Ozzy asked how he could have gotten it. "The doctor said to me, 'Can you remember talking to someone and shaking hands?'" Osbourne recalled. "Well, I do that meet-and greet at the gig and I must shake fucking 200 hands a day. He said, 'That explains it.'" As a result of his surgery, Ozzy hasn't "been able to do anything" since he got home. "I'm right-handed," he explained. "You can't wipe your own ass. And I didn't have many fucking volunteers who would do it for me." Osbourne, who is visiting with his specialist once a week, is excited about returning to the stage. "I was really looking forward to doing the Hollywood Bowl," he said. "I'm going to make those shows up next year. It could have been a lot worse. I could have been dead." The four scrapped shows were originally scheduled as follows: Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California (October 6), Mattress Firm Amphitheatre in Chula Vista (October 9), the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles (October 11) and MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas (October 13). The three California shows had previously been rescheduled following his initial prognosis from doctors. All four shows have now been rescheduled for July 2019. Ticketholders for the four shows should hold on to their tickets, as they will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Refunds are also available at point of purchase. [post_excerpt] => Ozzy Osbourne has told Rolling Stone in a new interview that he initially postponed four shows on his current tour after he learned he had contracted a potentially deadly staph infection. "I didn't feel sick, so I was cracking jokes," Ozzy recalled about his trip to the emergency room. "The doctor said, 'I don't know if you realize, Mr. Osbourne, this is a very serious problem you have.' Sharon said, 'Would you stop fucking making jokes?'" He laughed. "So I said, 'Well, it's my hand.' The thing was, nobody was laughing. They're all extremely, deadly serious about it," he said. "I judge it based on the expression and the body language of the doctor. If he comes in with a really solemn face, I go, 'Oh, okay. My time to go is up.'" After examining Ozzy, the doctors realized he didn't have just one staph infection but three individual ones in his thumb — and one had spread to his middle finger. At one point, Ozzy asked how he could have gotten it. "The doctor said to me, 'Can you remember talking to someone and shaking hands?'" Osbourne recalled. "Well, I do that meet-and greet at the gig and I must shake fucking 200 hands a day. He said, 'That explains it.'" As a result of his surgery, Ozzy hasn't "been able to do anything" since he got home. "I'm right-handed," he explained. "You can't wipe your own ass. And I didn't have many fucking volunteers who would do it for me." Osbourne, who is visiting with his specialist once a week, is excited about returning to the stage. "I was really looking forward to doing the Hollywood Bowl," he said. "I'm going to make those shows up next year. It could have been a lot worse. I could have been dead." The four scrapped shows were originally scheduled as follows: Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California (October 6), Mattress Firm Amphitheatre in Chula Vista (October 9), the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles (October 11) and MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas (October 13). The three California shows had previously been rescheduled following his initial prognosis from doctors. All four shows have now been rescheduled for July 2019. Ticketholders for the four shows should hold on to their tickets, as they will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Refunds are also available at point of purchase. 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Array ( [post_title] => OZZY OSBOURNE Says He Contracted Three Individual Staph Infections In His Thumb [post_content] => Ozzy Osbourne has told Rolling Stone in a new interview that he initially postponed four shows on his current tour after he learned he had contracted a potentially deadly staph infection. "I didn't feel sick, so I was cracking jokes," Ozzy recalled about his trip to the emergency room. "The doctor said, 'I don't know if you realize, Mr. Osbourne, this is a very serious problem you have.' Sharon said, 'Would you stop fucking making jokes?'" He laughed. "So I said, 'Well, it's my hand.' The thing was, nobody was laughing. They're all extremely, deadly serious about it," he said. "I judge it based on the expression and the body language of the doctor. If he comes in with a really solemn face, I go, 'Oh, okay. My time to go is up.'" After examining Ozzy, the doctors realized he didn't have just one staph infection but three individual ones in his thumb — and one had spread to his middle finger. At one point, Ozzy asked how he could have gotten it. "The doctor said to me, 'Can you remember talking to someone and shaking hands?'" Osbourne recalled. "Well, I do that meet-and greet at the gig and I must shake fucking 200 hands a day. He said, 'That explains it.'" As a result of his surgery, Ozzy hasn't "been able to do anything" since he got home. "I'm right-handed," he explained. "You can't wipe your own ass. And I didn't have many fucking volunteers who would do it for me." Osbourne, who is visiting with his specialist once a week, is excited about returning to the stage. "I was really looking forward to doing the Hollywood Bowl," he said. "I'm going to make those shows up next year. It could have been a lot worse. I could have been dead." The four scrapped shows were originally scheduled as follows: Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California (October 6), Mattress Firm Amphitheatre in Chula Vista (October 9), the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles (October 11) and MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas (October 13). The three California shows had previously been rescheduled following his initial prognosis from doctors. All four shows have now been rescheduled for July 2019. Ticketholders for the four shows should hold on to their tickets, as they will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Refunds are also available at point of purchase. [post_excerpt] => Ozzy Osbourne has told Rolling Stone in a new interview that he initially postponed four shows on his current tour after he learned he had contracted a potentially deadly staph infection. "I didn't feel sick, so I was cracking jokes," Ozzy recalled about his trip to the emergency room. "The doctor said, 'I don't know if you realize, Mr. Osbourne, this is a very serious problem you have.' Sharon said, 'Would you stop fucking making jokes?'" He laughed. "So I said, 'Well, it's my hand.' The thing was, nobody was laughing. They're all extremely, deadly serious about it," he said. "I judge it based on the expression and the body language of the doctor. If he comes in with a really solemn face, I go, 'Oh, okay. My time to go is up.'" After examining Ozzy, the doctors realized he didn't have just one staph infection but three individual ones in his thumb — and one had spread to his middle finger. At one point, Ozzy asked how he could have gotten it. "The doctor said to me, 'Can you remember talking to someone and shaking hands?'" Osbourne recalled. "Well, I do that meet-and greet at the gig and I must shake fucking 200 hands a day. He said, 'That explains it.'" As a result of his surgery, Ozzy hasn't "been able to do anything" since he got home. "I'm right-handed," he explained. "You can't wipe your own ass. And I didn't have many fucking volunteers who would do it for me." Osbourne, who is visiting with his specialist once a week, is excited about returning to the stage. "I was really looking forward to doing the Hollywood Bowl," he said. "I'm going to make those shows up next year. It could have been a lot worse. I could have been dead." The four scrapped shows were originally scheduled as follows: Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California (October 6), Mattress Firm Amphitheatre in Chula Vista (October 9), the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles (October 11) and MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas (October 13). The three California shows had previously been rescheduled following his initial prognosis from doctors. All four shows have now been rescheduled for July 2019. Ticketholders for the four shows should hold on to their tickets, as they will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Refunds are also available at point of purchase. 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