February 2011 - Blabbermouth Archive

SLEEPY HOLLOW/Ex-ATTACKER Singer BOB MITCHELL Interviewed On 'The Mental Metal' Radio Show

Hard rock/heavy metal singer Bob Mitchell (SLEEPY HOLLOW, SCEPTOR, MIND ASSASSIN, ATTACKER, VYNDYCATOR) was interviewed on yesterday's (Thursday, February 24) edition of "The Mental Metal" radio show. In addition to discussing his long-running music career, which is entering its 33rd year, Mitchell touched upon a variety of topics, including his views on "American Idol", Charlie ...

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COFFINS Signs With RELAPSE RECORDS

Relapse Records has announced the signing of Japan's COFFINS. The band is currently writing material for its fourth full-length album, to be recorded later in the year. COFFINS is a three-piece death/doom band from Tokyo that formed in 1996 and has previously issued three full-length albums and numerous split releases. COFFINS will hit the road ...

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IRON MAIDEN: Sydney Photos Available

Quality photos of IRON MAIDEN's February 24, 2011 concert at the Sydney Entertainment Centre in Sydney, Australia can be found on the web site of Australia's long-running rock station Triple M. The band's setlist was as follows: 01. Satellite 15... The Final Frontier 02. El Dorado 03. 2 Minutes to Midnight 04. The ...

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GORGUTS Mainman On New Album: 'The Wait Is Almost Over For Us To Unleash This New Beast'

Reactivated Quebec, Canada-based technical death metal band GORGUTS recently entered the studio to begin pre-production on their new album for a tentative late 2011 release via an as-yet-undetermined record label. The group's current lineup features genre heavyweights John Longstreth (drums; DIM MAK, ORIGIN, THE RED CHORD, SKINLESS, POSSESSION, ANGELCORPSE), Colin Marston (bass; DYSRHYTHMIA, BEHOLD... THE ...

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STEVE PERRY Prepping 50 Songs For Upcoming Album

According to The Pulse Of Radio, former JOURNEY frontman Steve Perry says he's written about 50 songs which are in the running for his upcoming solo album. The still-unnamed project will mark his first new album since 1994's "For The Love Of A Strange Medicine" collection. Perry talked to Classic Rock magazine about the new ...

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