July 2008 - Blabbermouth Archive

KATAKLYSM: 'Summer Slaughter' Tour Video Report Part 2 Available

Guitarist Jean-Francois Dagenais of the Canadian extreme metal band KATAKLYSM has posted the second video report from the Summer Slaughter tour, also featuring THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, VADER, CRYPTOPSY, THE FACELESS, DESPISED ICON, ABORTED, BORN OF OSIRIS, PSYCROPTIC and WHITECHAPEL. Watch the 10-minute clip below. KATAKLYSM will embark on its first headlining tour in four ...

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STAIND: 'Believe' Video Posted Online

"Believe", the new video from Springfield, Massachusetts natives STAIND, can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's new album, "The Illusion of Progress", which is due on August 19 via Atlantic Records. Guitarist Mike Mushok told Billboard.com that it's "a very different record for us, but better different." Vocalist Aaron Lewis added that ...

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MOTÖRHEAD's LEMMY Interviewed For JASMIN ST. CLAIRE Autobiography

MOTÖRHEAD mainman Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister was interviewed for former adult film star Jasmin St. Claire's forthcoming autobiography, entitled "What the Hell Was I Thinking?!! Confessions of the World's Most Controversial Sex Symbol - An Authorized Autobiography", which is tentatively due next year. The book, which also features interviews from Ron Jeremy, Kendra Jade Rossi, and ...

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AGRACEFUL: New Song Posted Online

A new AGRACEFUL track entitled "Stygiophobia" has been posted on the band's MySpace page. The song comes off the melodic hardcore/screamo outfit's new album, "The Great I Am", due on August 19 via Sumerian Records. Guitarist Kasey commented on the song selection: "We chose 'Stygiophobia' because the other songs that were posted, 'A ...

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LUNA MORTIS Comments On CENTURY MEDIA Deal

As BLABBERMOUTH.NET first reported as a rumor back on July 11, Century Media Records has now officially announced the signing of the Madison, Wisconsin-based, female-fronted five-piece metal band LUNA MORTIS. Formerly known as THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, the group prides itself on blurring genre lines to arrive at something both beautiful and aggressive. The ...

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