May 2009 - Blabbermouth Archive

ROTTREVORE: Classic Album To Be Reissued

16 years after its original release, the only and ultra-mega-classic album by Pennsylvania's ROTTREVORE, "Iniquitous", will be reissued by Xtreem Music. Originally made available in late 1993 by Drowned Productions, only 1,000 copies of the LP were pressed before the label's demise and change of name to Repulse Records (pre-Xtreem Music). The album remained buried ...

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RATT: Nashville Footage Posted Online

Fan-filmed video footage of RATT performing the song "Nobody Rides For Free" on May 28, 2009 at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, Tennessee can be viewed below (courtesy of "Metalbabe86"). Photos of the concert are available at this location (courtesy of "Rockchick86"). Playing rhythm guitar for RATT during the show was John Corabi ...

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SONATA ARCTICA Guitarist's 'Fire-Hearted': More Details Revealed

Spinefarm Records has set a June 24 Finnish release date for the third solo album from SONATA ARCTICA guitarist Elias Viljanen, entitled "Fire-Hearted". According to the label "there will be 12 tracks on the album and 10 of the tracks will be instrumental." Guest musicians on the CD include vocalists Marco Hietala (NIGHTWISH, TAROT) and ...

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KAMELOT Drummer Schedules Dutch Clinics

Drummer Casey Grillo of American/Norwegian melodic metallers KAMELOT has scheduled the following drum clinics in the Netherlands: June 12 - Drumstation - Eindhoven, NL (8:00pm) June 13 - JJ Music House - Zoetermeer, NL (2:00pm) A promotional video for the clinics can be viewed below. Laestadea.com conducted an interview with Casey Grillo prior to KAMELOT's ...

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THREAT SIGNAL Frontman Comments On Upcoming Tour

Canadian metallers THREAT SIGNAL are gearing up for their headlining tour with THE AGONIST, FLATLINE and THY WILL BE DONE. Dubbed the "Road to Revision", the run will be followed by another headlining trek this July with THE AUTUMN OFFERING, THE AGONIST and SYBREED. During this tour, THREAT SIGNAL will be debuting material from its ...

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