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WARRANT Members To Guest On 'Speed Freaks' Tomorrow

WARRANT's Joey Allen and Jerry Dixon will guest on the nationally syndicated radio program "Speed Freaks" tomorrow night (Sunday, March 2). The show can be heard between 10:00 p.m. and midnight EST on Sirius Satellite Radio Channel 122, live on the net and over 90 stations nationwide. The reunited WARRANT — featuring lead singer Jani ...

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L.A. GUNS: Another Video Interview Available

Austria's Mulatschag.TV recently conducted an interview with the L.A. GUNS version featuring Tracii Guns on guitar, Jeremy Guns on bass, Chad Stewart on drums and Paul Black on vocals. Also included is performance footage from the band's Vienna concert. Watch the four-minute clip below. The L.A. GUNS version featuring Tracii Guns has been confirmed for ...

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L.A. GUNS Featuring TRACII GUNS: New Video Interview Available

Rockinbones.net conducted an interview with L.A. GUNS members Paul Black, Jeremy Guns, and Chad Stewart on February 20, 2008 in Austin, Texas. Topics covered include the roots of the band, the present, and future as well as their take on the "other" L.A. GUNS featuring vocalist Phil Lewis and drummer Steve Riley. Watch the two-part ...

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ROCKLAHOMA Press Conference To Be Broadcast On XM RADIO

XM 41 The Boneyard, the official satellite radio channel of Rocklahoma, will broadcast the Rocklahoma press conference live on Tuesday, March 4, 2008 at 4:00 p.m. ET. Radio/TV personality Eddie Trunk and Kevin Kash will be on site with full coverage of the event. The press conference will announce this year's lineup for Rocklahoma, which ...

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TORA TORA To Reunite For ROCKLAHOMA Festival

Late '80s/early '90s Memphis, Tennesse-based rockers TORA TORA will reunite for an appearance at this year's Rocklahoma festival, which will be held July 10-13, 2008 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma. Also expected to perform at the event are POISON singer Bret Michaels, KROKUS, VIXEN, L.A. GUNS (featuring ...

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DEBAUCHERY To Release 'Continue To Kill' In April

German death metallers DEBAUCHERY will release their new album, "Continue To Kill", on April 4 via AFM Records. According to a press relase, "Continue To Kill" is "the fifth album from DEBAUCHERY and the fantastic follow-up to their successful blood-spattered platter 'Back In Blood': more evil, more brutal, much faster. With the dynamic and powerful ...

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Y&T, KROKUS, SKID ROW, L.A. GUNS To Take Part In JAVELINA HARLEY-DAVIDSON Festival

According to Meniketti.com, Y&T, KROKUS, SKID ROW and L.A. GUNS are among the confirmed bands for the Javelina Harley-Davidson Festival, set to take place July 11 in Boerne, Texas. No further details are currently available. TheRighttoRock.com recently issued a podcast featuring an interview with vocalist/guitarist Dave Meniketti of Y&T. Dave discusses the band's latest release, ...

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KROKUS To Take 'Artistic Break'

Veteran Swiss rockers KROKUS have "decided to take an artistic break," according to a message released today by the group's official fan club. No further detaisl are currently available. As previously reported, founding members of KROKUS reunited with vocalist Marc Storace for an appearance on November 18, 2007 on a TV show honoring the greatest ...

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L.A. GUNS Featuring TRACII GUNS Confirmed For ROCKLAHOMA

The L.A. GUNS version featuring Tracii Guns on guitar, Jeremy Guns on bass, Chad Stewart on drums and Paul Black on vocals has been confirmed for this year's Rocklahoma festival, which will be held July 10-13, 2008 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma. L.A. GUNS will perform on ...

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ROCKLAHOMA Lineup To Be Announced In March

The lineup for this year's Rocklahoma festival — which will be held July 11-13, 2008 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma — will not be officially announced until March 4. So far two acts have been confirmed for the second annual event: Switzerland's KROKUS and the veteran all-female ...

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DORO Talks 'Metal' Christmas

While in Europe on tour, Doro Pesch spoke with Metal Asylum about her latest EP, "All We Are: The Fight", and plans for another run of U.S. tour dates for 2008. Metal Asylum: Now I know you have homes in both the States and Germany so where are you spending the holidays? Doro: ...

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Vintage Glam/Melodic Rock Collection Surfaces on eBay

A large collection of 1970s-80s glam and melodic rock memorabilia has surfaced on eBay. Included among the nearly 100 lots are signed, vintage promotional/concert posters, and CDs from mainstream artists like VAN HALEN, POISON, and TESLA, as well as fan favorite bands such as WARLOCK/Doro Pesch, SHOTGUN MESSIAH, SMASHED GLADYS, DIRTY LOOKS, among others. Auction ...

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KROKUS: 'Bedside Radio' Back On Swiss Chart

The official web site of the veteran Swiss hard rock band KROKUS has been updated with the following message: "As previously reported, the 'classic' [KROKUS] line-up minus Tommy Kiefer performed a playback medley for the incredibly popular six-part Swiss TV series 'Greatest Swiss Hits Of All Time' ['Die grössten Schweizer Hits']. The medley consisted of ...

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VIXEN To Play Next Year's ROCKLAHOMA Festival

According to Pollstar, veteran all-female hard rockers VIXEN have been confirmed for next year's Rocklahoma festival, which will be held July 11-13, 2008 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma. Also scheduled to appear is Switzerland's KROKUS, whose participation in the event was announced on Monday (November 19) by ...

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KROKUS Confirmed For ROCKLAHOMA 2008 Festival

Swiss hard rockers KROKUS are the first confirmed band for next year's Rocklahoma festival, which will be held July 11-13, 2008 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma. KROKUS' participation in the event was announced on Monday (November 19) by the festival's organizers, Catch the Fever Music Festival, via ...

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KROKUS Drummer Relocates To Switzerland

Drummer Stefan Schwarzmann (KROKUS, ACCEPT, ex-HELLOWEEN) has moved from his native Germany to Switzerland in order to be more closely involved in KROKUS' current songwriting/recording activities. Last month Stefan traveled to Hannover and took part in studio recordings by two different projects: MOON'DOC (also featuring Herman Frank of ACCEPT/VICTORY fame) and Rene Thomson's RUTHLESS, which ...

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KROKUS, LEAVES' EYES: Video Interviews, Live Footage Posted Online

KROKUS frontman Marc Storace and LEAVES' EYES singer Liv Kristine were interviewed for the third episode of "The Hard Way", a web-based metal show started by Weathertop Productions and Sounds2Move.de that caters to the German-speaking countries. Also featured is an interview with the British doom metal outfit MY SILENT WAKE plus video clips from KROKUS ...

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'Heavy Metal Box' Animated Product Shot Available

An animated product shot for the upcoming "Heavy Metal Box" (due on October 2 via Rhino Records) can be viewed below. The four-disc, 70-song set boasts classic tracks from IRON MAIDEN, JUDAS PRIEST, MOTÖRHEAD and SLAYER, among dozens of others. Arranged chronologically from 1968 to 1991, the compilation also boasts hits from bands like DEEP ...

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KROKUS Guitarist Auctioning 'Piece Of Rock History'

Peter Waelti of The KROKUS Globe Club For Clan & Fan has issued the following update: "Since the year 2000 [KROKUS] rhythm guitarist Dominique Favez has owned his professional series Gretsch Duo Jet G6128. He played this guitar in the studio for the 'Rock The Block' and 'Hellraiser' recording sessions as well as on the ...

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