Tag: Decisions

ANTHRAX Confident that All Inquiries can Shred like Malmsteen but Not Holding Auditions

Anthrax has announced that it will not hold auditions for guitarist Rob Caggiano’s replacement. Apparently Anthrax have been inundated with people asking about auditions and Anthrax released the following statement on their Facebook page… Rob announced his leaving Anthrax so that he could focus on producing records.  The band made this statement following his announcement: “Rob has been …

Interview with RYAN McCOMBS of Soil

Anthony Morgan of Metal Forces recently conducted an interview with Soil vocalist Ryan McCombs and I’ve posted just a tad of the whole interview below. On rejoining Soil: Ryan: “Originally, the guys came to me and asked if I was interested in being a part of the tenth anniversary of the release of ‘Scars’, our first major release back in 2001. They …

CHILDREN OF BODOM Drop from Finland Tour Due to Big Tour in U.S.

Children of Bodom have announced that they are dropping off the Tuska Open Air festival in Helsinki, Finland due to a big US summer tour. Here’s their full explanation: “We’ve been waiting to play Tuska for some years now. It is our home festival after all. Unfortunately, this year we have to sacrifice a couple …

Murderdolls Winter Tour Canceled

MURDERDOLLS have unfortunately been forced to cancel their forthcoming December winter tour dates. “Due to an unforeseeable family emergency Murderdolls have been forced to cancel the upcoming Violent Night, Deadly Night tour.  These decisions are never easy to make and we did everything we could to keep from having to cancel, but this was unavoidable.  …

THE FUNERAL PYRE: Comment On Van Accident and the Band’s Future

Los Angeles’ THE FUNERAL PYRE have released a statement regarding the tragic van accident they were involved in at the beginning of August and the future of the band. EARLY GRAVES‘ vocalist Makh Daniels lost his life in the accident and other members of both bands received minor injuries. The statement from THE FUNERAL PYRE: …

Three Strikes Law Will Be Expensive For ISP’s

‘Three strikes’ laws will be expensive for ISPs According to new reports coming out of France, any ISP willing to join the RIAA in its “three strikes” your out laws against piracy will have to spend a lot of money to enforce the rules, as much as 16 million USD per year. Although the laws …

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