November 2009 - Blabbermouth Archive

MNEMIC: 'Sons Of The System' Artwork Unveiled

Danish modern metallers MNEMIC have unveiled the cover artwork (see below) of their fourth studio album, "Sons Of The System", which is scheduled for a January 2010 release via Nuclear Blast Records. Commented guitarist Mircea Gabriel Eftemie: "Since late 2008, we started looking into artwork for the album, but it was not before we entered ...

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SOTAJUMALA To Enter Studio In January

Finnish metal band SOTAJUMALA has issued the following update: "On Monday, January 11, 2010, we'll enter Studio Audio in Jyväskylä to start recording our third album! In the following four weeks we'll be working long days at both Studio Audio and Basement Alliance with Tuomas Kokko to finish the album. Mastering will be handled by ...

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RECKLESS LOVE: 'Beautiful Bomb' Video Released

"Beautiful Bomb", the first full-scale music video from RECKLESS LOVE, the Finnish hard rock quartet fronted by former CRASHDIET singer H. Olliver Twisted (a.k.a. Olli), can be viewed below. The group says, "Featured in the video are a beauty, a bomb, a pink H.D. and us rocking our skinny asses off!!" RECKLESS LOVE recently inked ...

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EUMERIA Parts Ways With Bassist, Announces Replacement

EUMERIA, the brainchild of former OUTWORLD keyboardist Bobby Williamson, is recording its debut album at Origin Sound in Spring, Texas with producer Craig Douglas (HELSTAR, NECROFAITH, LYCOPHILE). Williamson says, "Due to an unfortunate injury to EUMERIA bassist Shawn Kascak's hand, the band has chosen Derek Blakley (HAJI'S KITCHEN, THOUGHT CHAMBER) to fill in on bass ...

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AC/DC Are Australia's Richest Entertainers

The Age reports that legendary rockers AC/DC have topped this year's list of Australia's richest entertainers, according to Australian business magazine BRW. The band dislodged the WIGGLES from the No. 1 spot in the 2009 BRW Top 50 Entertainers list, with revenue of AUD $105 million (approximately USD $95 million) — a nine-fold ...

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