March 2014 - Blabbermouth Archive

GWAR's Annual GWAR-B-Q To Go On As Scheduled

Jack Flanagan, manager of GWAR, has issued this official statement: "On behalf of [late GWAR frontman] Dave Brockie's family, Slave Pit Inc. and GWAR, we would like to thank all the loyal fans worldwide for the outpouring of love and support shown to us over the past few days. Knowing that we have such amazing ...

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METALLICA: Official Footage Of Quito Concert

METALLICA's official YouTube channel MetallicaTV has uploaded "fly-on-the-wall" footage shot by the MetOnTour reporter on March 18 in Quito, Ecuador. The clip, which can be seen below, includes "Ride The Lightning" and "For Whom The Bell Tolls" from the show. As promised, the band played a nearly all-request set in Quito, with 17 songs chosen ...

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AUTOPSY: New Song 'The Howling Dead' Available For Streaming

U.S. death metal legends AUTOPSY have completed work on their seventh studio album, "Tourniquets, Hacksaws And Graves", for an April 29 release via Peaceville Records (April 21 in Europe). The CD was recorded at Fantasy Studios with producer Adam Munoz, and sees a continuation of AUTOPSY's pursuit of the ultimate in metallic horror and extremity, ...

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ELUVEITIE Checks In From The Studio

On March 7, Swiss folk metallers ELUVEITIE were awarded one of Switzerland's most prestigious recognitions in music: a Swiss Music Award in the category "Best Live Act National." ELUVEITIE was chosen to receive the honor after a highly competitive fan voting, marking the very first time ever for a metal band to receive this award. ...

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THE PRETTY RECKLESS' 'Going To Hell' Cracks U.S. Top 5

"Going To Hell", the second album from THE PRETTY RECKLESS, the band led by actress-turned-singer Taylor Momsen, sold 35,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 5 on The Billboard 200 chart. The record arrived in stores on March 18 via Razor & Tie. "Going To ...

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GWAR Frontman DAVE BROCKIE's Death Investigated As Drug-Related

According to WWBT, the NBC-affiliated television station for Richmond, Virginia, investigators looking into whether the death of GWAR lead singer Dave Brockie may have been drug-related. Law enforcement sources told the station the investigation is leading them to believe Brockie's death Sunday is drug-related, but the Medical Examiner will determine the exact cause. ...

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