October 2006 - Blabbermouth Archive

HOLLYWOOD ALLSTARZ: Midwest dates Announced

HOLLYWOOD ALLSTARZ, the band featuring Jimmy Bain (ex-DIO, RAINBOW) on bass, Chas West (ex-BONHAM, LYNCH MOB) on vocals, Vinny Appice (ex-DIO, BLACK SABBATH) on drums, and Carlos Cavazo (ex-QUIET RIOT) on guitar, is slated to perform in the Midwest later this month. The quartet will play popular classic rock tunes from their previous bands during ...

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THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD To Headline U.S. Tour This Fall

South Carolina's THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD, fresh off its hugely successful run on UNEARTH's "Sanctity of Brothers" tour, has revealed plans for a headlining trek from November 16 to December 16. Sponsored by Draven and Decibel magazine, the tour will see THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD joining forces with FROM A SECOND ...

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FAIR TO MIDLAND To Release EP Through SYSTEM OF A DOWN Frontman's Label

Genre-bending Dallas progressive rock band FAIR TO MIDLAND will release its debut EP, "The Drawn and Quartered", on November 7 via SYSTEM OF A DOWN frontman Serj Tankian's label Serjical Strike. The EP's studio tracks — "Orphan Anthem '86" and "Kyla Cries Cologne" — showcase FTM's flair for combining progged-out virtuosity with lead-heavy riffs, impassioned ...

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ENDORPHINS: Debut Album Delayed

The release date of ENDORPHINS' first full-length album, "Where Evil Lies" (Urgent Music Records), has been pushed back to November 14 from the previously announced October 10. The delay was caused by "some unforeseen issues that needed to be resolved," according to the Toronto-based metal band. "Where Evil Lies" was recorded and mixed at Chemical ...

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MALICIOUS INTENT RECORDS Closes Its Doors

According to a press release, Mechanicsburg, PA-based Malicious Intent Records will be closing its doors due to financial problems that have plagued the label since the beginning of last year. There were negotiations regarding a buyout and merger with another distribution company which would have expanded both companies, but the deal has apparently fallen through, ...

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