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Soundgarden are ready to go into the studio – and they’ve got a producer lined up. The reunited grunge heroes will start recording a new studio album next week, with producer Adam Kasper, who worked with them on their last record, 1996’s Down On The Upside.

The band intend to take their time, with no release schedule planned at the moment. So, it might come out in 2011, but there again it might not.

Pearl Jam are to start recording a new album next month.Talking toBillboard, bassist Jeff Ament said: “We did a whole bunch of demos and everybody’s got a disc of 25 (songs) right now. April will be the time where we get together and learn to play all these demos, and figure out which 12 to 15 of them float to the top. Hopefully we can get something done this year”.

source: classic rock




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Metal masters ARCH ENEMY are currently locked up in the Sweet Spot Studio facilities in the south of Sweden recording their newest studio album which is being engineered/mixed by Rickard Bengtsson (who already produced 2005’s “Doomsday Machine”). After releasing the “Tyrants Of The Rising Sun – Live In Japan” Live DVD/CD (2008) and the re-recordings album “The Root Of All Evil” (2009), the new studio effort marks the long awaited successor of 2007’s acclaimed “Rise Of The Tyrant” album.


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Death Angel Live In Kuala Lumpur

San Francisco, Bay Area thrash metal band, Death Angel will be playing in Kuala Lumpur. Stay tuned guys for more updates..

R.I.P Mr. Gary Moore

LONDON – Bandmates say rock guitarist Gary Moore, a former member of influential Irish band Thin Lizzy, has died. He was 58.

Manager Adam Parsons told the BBC that Moore was found dead Sunday at a hotel on Spain’s Costa del Sol, where he was on holiday. The cause of death was not immediately known.

Thin Lizzy drummer Brian Downey said Moore’s death was a “total shock,” and guitarist Scott Gorham said he was “a great player and a great guy.”

Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1952, Moore was a member of Dublin band Skid Row before joining Thin Lizzy in 1973, playing on tracks for the “Nightlife” album. He left after four months, but rejoined four years later and played on the band’s “Black Rose” album before going solo once again.

He had a successful solo career, and his accomplished, bluesy playing won plaudits from other musicians.

Thin Lizzy had global hits in the 1970s with songs like “The Boys are Back in Town” and “Whiskey in the Jar.” Frontman Phil Lynott died in 1986, but with a different lineup the band continues to tour today.

The Sun newspaper is reporting this morning that guitarist Gary Moore died after choking on his own vomit following a heavy drinking session.

Moore was holidaying in Spain’s Costa Del Sol. His body was discovered in his hotel room just before 4am on Sunday, February 6, by his girlfriend.

According to The Sun, medics found Moore lying lifeless on his back wearing just his underpants.

An ambulance source said: “We believe the deceased had been drinking heavily.”

Moore died hours after checking into the Kempinski Hotel at Estepona.

A hotel source said: “They [Moore and his girlfriend] were going to eat at the restaurant but it was closed so they had a sandwich at the bar with a bottle of champagne. They went for a stroll then back to the bar where Gary had brandies. He seemed fine when he left around 11pm.”

Morbid Angel in Singapore

World Management would like to announce Morbid Angel’s 2011 Spring and Summer Tour schedule. The band are headlining Scion Festival at the Fox Theater In Pomona California on March 5th, then heading to Japan, Singapore and Australia in May, as well as Sweden, Denmark, France, Germany, Portugal, Czech republic and England this summer.


25 MAY 2011, 8PM, D’MARQUEE,

Due to some problems with our ticket printing company, that is causing some delays, we would like to inform you that the tickets will only be on sale at the end of March 2011. We will announce the exact date once we are able to finalise everything. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. You are available to do any bookings with any of the shops and ticket agents listed below –

ADVANCE – $79, AT THE DOOR – $100




** For overseas friends who wish to come over to Singapore to watch this show can contact for travel packages**


DESTRUCTION’s new album, “Day Of Reckoning”, will be released on February 18, 2011 via Nuclear Blast Records. The first limited edition of the album will not feature the band’s logo on the booklet while the vinyl version and second pressing of the CD will show a red DESTRUCTION logo on it.

A brand new DESTRUCTION track entitled “The Price” has been posted on the band’s MySpace page. Schmier states, “This song expresses the spirit of ‘Day Of Reckoning’ at its best: faster, more raw, and tighter. One of my favorite tracks on the album because you can feel the fire and the joy of playing! The band feels the old-school aggression again and this song is like a rocket: UN-FUCKIN’-STOPPABLE!”

DESTRUCTION filmed a video for the song “Hate Is My Fuel” on Friday, December 31 at the Headbangersball Silvester Festival in Burgdorf, Switzerland. Berlin, Germany’s Roax Films is producing the clip, which will be released in early February.

“Day Of Reckoning” limited slipcase edition track listing:

01. The Price
02. Hate Is My Fuel
03. Armageddonizer
04. Devil’s Advocate
05. Day Of Reckoning
06. Sorcerer Of Black Magic
07. Misfit
08. The Demon Is God
09. Church Of Disgust
10. Destroyer Or Creator
11. Sheep Of The Regime
12. Stand Up And Shout (limited-edition bonus track)

Misery Index Asian Tour 2011

LIAN MIPRO in conjunction with DYS BOOKING AGENCY present

MISERY INDEX Live Kuala Lumpur

Date: March 27th, 2011 (Sunday)
Venue: Number One Cafe, Jln Tuanku Abd Rahman, KL
Time: 7:30 PM

RM 50 (limited to 100pcs)
RM 60 (presale)
RM 70 (door)

Tickets Outlet:
Nebiula Heavy Metal Shop, 2nd Floor Campbell Complex
Acoustic Music, 2nd floor Pertama Complex
Campbell Music (Kedai Auntie), Campbell Complex
Dolls Store, Bukit Bintang (Opposite of BB Plaza)


Supported by:
Dyslexia Records
Mayat Wear

Alternative rock band Stone Temple Pilots is set to perform in Singapore alongside guitar legend Slash. Both Slash and Stone Temple Pilots will be headlining the third annual Big Night Out organised by LAMC Productions on March 11 and 12 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Support acts include British heavy metal act Saxon and Twenty Two Hundred. Big Night Out 2011 will be the first time that the much anticipated annual concert series will be stretched to two nights. Previous concerts featured the likes of Muse, Rise Against, Saosin, The Prodigy and The Ting Tings. According to LAMC, more news will be announced over the coming weeks. Tickets $98-168 will go on sale from January 3 at Sistic.