Bill Hudson – U.D.O / I Am Morbid / Trans-Siberian Orchestra ” I wrote two songs with David. Actually, me and David together have written many, many songs before this. This is like back where he left Morbid Angel. We wrote a lot of music that he wanted to be a new band, and it’s not Country. It’s not industrial. Its very death metal.”

August 25th, 2017
by Arto Lehtinen

BILL HUDSON

Bill Hudson may not ring the bells for most of readers out there. However he has carved his talents and skills in several bands and gained the ultimate respect amongst the metal/rock musicians. The Brazilian guitarist wizard joined the U.D.O/Dirskscheinder and has been an guitarist for I Am Morbid led by the former Morbid Angel vocalist. Besides those bands he also belongs to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Therefore Metal-Rules.Com had to sit down with Bill Hudson to talk about his roles in different bands and how he feels about playing different types of metal. 

INTERVIEW AND PHOTOS BY ARTO LEHTINEN AND MARKO SYRJALA


 

 

JOINING U.D.O.  / DIRSKSCHNEIDER

Let’s start with the obvious question, how did you end up playing with Dirkschneider or should we says U.D.O because it’s basically the same band?

As far as I know so far, it’s the same band. We’re just going by name Dirkschneider, while we do this whole Accept thing. They started obviously with Kasperi before, but that’s what I understand so far. It is the same band. The same lineup and everyone.

Did they contact you or did you do a motion about it?

It was a mixture of both. When Kasperi left, I heard from a lot of people that I know that I should contact them. I’m really good friends with Bas Maas from Doro and I know that they’re close with Doro. So I asked Bas if he knew anybody, because everybody was telling me to talk to them. The funny thing is Bas gave me Sven’s cellphone number and I just texted Sven, “Hey, Are you guys looking for a guitarist?” And we didn’t talk very much. That didn’t go very far. Then there is a person that I worked with sometimes. Her name is Kendra. She worked with U.D.O. previously. She’s also really good friend with Kasperi and she made the actual contact. She put me in touch with their management. We discussed a little bit and I don’t know. After three days talking, I was in Germany. They had concerns for the fact that I live in America and I did too. It’s working out so far. It was a mix of things. A lot of people were telling them about me. A lot of people were tell me about them.

How is your Accept history, I mean, how familiar you are with the bands past and music?

I grew up with the bands that copied Accept. Of course I knew the classics. I’ve always known the classics and I have METAL HEART, BALLS TO THE WALL and RESTLESS AND WILD. I own those albums. But I was more of like Helloween fan or the Gamma Ray, maybe because of my age. I was born in ’83. So I heard the bands that wanted be like them. It’s funny, because learning these songs. I got a lot of, oh. This is where Helloween got that from. Oh! This is where that band got this from. So with this set-list. With these songs that we were playing on this tour. I was familiar with most of them, but not all of them. They were songs that were new to me.

Did you ever see the band live with Udo on vocals?

No, no. But I saw U.D.O. in Brazil, back in like 2003. Because I’m born and raised in Brazil and I didn’t move to America until 2005. They were together already. Accept never went to Brazil with Udo. They only went with Mark Tornillo recently.U.D.O. did back in 2003. I don’t know if it’s 2003 or four, but I saw them there

Have you seen Accept with Mark Tornillo?

Yes. I saw Accept. Where did I see Accept? I saw them in Europe somewhere though. It was in… Was it Wacken? Maybe it was in Wacken even. I don’t remember?

As for the set list – it’s only Accept songs as we know, but did you have anything to say about it, I mena, were you able to pick up any/certain songs to be included on the set? 

Yeah, yeah. Basically my job was to step in where Kasperi left. So, we are doing the same songs and I’m even playing the same parts what Kasperi did before. Like for this tour, I don’t get very many solos, because he didn’t either. So everything he played, I’m playing now. Basically stepping in and finishing this part of the tour, as if Kasperi never left.

How familiar are you with the U.D.O. songs then?

I have STEELHAMMER. But no, I can’t say – now I am. Now being in the band, previously I wasn’t that familiar with those sonngs. Honestly, I used to see him because of Accept.

After these Dirkschneider tours are over and done, are there any plans to continue the band as U.D.O and put out some new material as well?

We’ve already written an album. Basically my audition to the band wasn’t really an audition. But my audition was to come to Germany and write an album there basically. We stayed in the studio a week and writing songs together as a band, which by the way I had never done that before. Like sitting with the band, okay. “Here is this riff, you try that. Let’s try.” I’ve never done that kind of thing before. It was awesome. Yeah. There is an album, where the album is almost done. Just Udo has to finish the vocals. I don’t know about the release date or anything like that. But yeah. I’ve already done some music.

And then you will have your own lead parts “Laughs”

Yeah. There we’re 50-50. Hopefully the next tour too. I don’t know how this ended up like this.

Dirkscheider will play three gigs in Finland later this year. U.D.O. usually sells approx 300 tickets per show in Finland whereas Dirkschneider shows sells much better. There’s a big difference and I think that Udo has noticed that as well. 

That’s cool. That’s what I keep hearing too. But I came in here. So as far as I know he’s all big like that.

However, you cannot continue doing that “nostalgia” tour forever. People come to see that once or maybe twice and then they want to hear something else.

Of course, but on the next tour, we’re going have a different – It  is still Accept, but completely different set-list from this. Because he’s been doing the same one for a while from what I understand. Then we have a whole different set for the next tour. We’ll see how that goes.

When the next tour will start?

September, October maybe.  It starts in Europe.

As you’re playing with several bands, how do you coordinate your schedule?

No, I don’t. It’s terrible. That thing with David Vincent and Dirkschneider was a problem, because I got both offers at the same time. And David Vincent and me had been friends since, I don’t know, for like 10 years. We’re really close and that whole I Am Morbid thing really started with a Brazilian tour that was offered to David and I’m from Brazil. So I was going to go with him and from that we ended up starting a band. But he started with that tour idea. We never said;  “Hey. Let’s do a band”. It was just an offer and then we were like, “Why don’t we do that?” I talked to Udo and David Vincent about the tour probably the same week or maybe in a span of two weeks. Then I was like, I don’t know what to do. Actually because of that, it took me a week or so to say yes to Dirkschneider. Which a lot of my friends were like; “You’re crazy. You got to go. You got to say yes”. I’m like, yeah. But I don’t want to be the guy double booking. I don’t want to be unprofessional and I already committed to these other tour. It was cool, because David Vincent was cool enough to let me out of that tour, to do this show. So I’ve done… basically I would finish I Am Morbid show – Then fly to Germany, rehearse with these guys, do Rock Hard and come back to the tour. It was pretty grueling. It was pretty grueling like six weeks. I don’t plan on doing it again either. If I’m booked, I’m booked. I’m never going to do this again.

Dirkschneider on stage

 

WORKING WITH “I AM MORBID”

As you’re the official member of Dirkschneider and U.D.O but you’re also the member of I Am Morbid. Is I Am Morbid actual band or more like a project?

I Am Morbid, it doesn’t have anything booked that I know of right now. But I think I Am Morbid, I can say that I’m an official member. But if the band wants to book the show and I’m not available. I’m not going to stop them from playing and I told David that too. Because coming up here, I have a pretty busy schedule with Dirkschneider. I told David if you want to do shows; “Do them.” Like there is a few guitar players that I recommended for him that was a fill in. But there is no dates right now. So I really don’t know what’s going on with that.

I Am Morbid is kind of relief for many fans, because they are afraid of – “What the hell David is doing now?”-  when he is doing that country and other non metal stuff.

It’s funny. Because personally I really like his country stuff. Because it’s not country, commercial country. It’s soft rock country. It’s like Johnny Cash. It’s cool. It’s not like Carrie Underwood or anything, it’s Johnny Cash. So I really like that to begin with. But a lot of fans in Russia were telling me that, my friend didn’t want to come because he thought he was going to play country. So I was like, “When did he say he was going to play country?” I love that people ended up thinking that. I know that a lot of Morbid Angel fans are also happy with the fact that we’re playing those songs, because Morbid Angel is not doing those songs anymore. They stopped playing the David Vincent material and David was like;” That’s perfect. Because these are my songs.”  It ended up working out. A lot of fans came up to us and said ; “I’m also going to see Morbid Angel, because they’re playing the other songs, Steve Tucker songs”. So I think it was good for everyone.

I remember having read somewhere there would be a chance that I Am Morbid would start working on the new music?

That’s true. I wrote two songs with David. Actually, me and David together have written many, many songs before this. This is like back where he left Morbid Angel. We wrote a lot of music that he wanted to be a new band, and it’s not Country. It’s not industrial. Its very death metal. So we’re thinking about using those songs as an album. But I mean, there is nothing official. It’s just like, he said that in an interview and people pick up on it. But we haven’t done any official work, other than these songs. But Ira and Tim, they haven’t done any work in that yet. If we’re going to do an album, we definitely want to do with everyone.

One more thing about Am I Morbid. You said that you’re a fan of the classic metal bands like Helloween. How do you adjust yourself to this kind of extreme metal thing like Morbid Angel?

I didn’t grow up with Death Metal. That’s for sure. That’s not something I grew up. That’s not something that I was familiar with. But I figured out a way, to me it is all music like my formation, my school formation is classical music. Everything is music. It’s just notes. It’s just like how many hits on the drum you have per bar? So like Helloween has been picking at a certain speed. Morbid Angel does the same thing, but faster. At the end of the day there is this musical differences and aesthetic differences. But it’s just notes and rhythms, like everything else. Now, with Morbid Angel also, I had 10 days rehearsal with the band and David Vincent was showing us every part. That guy knows every single part of his music, on bass, guitar, drums, everything. He knows every part of every instrument. So he would come out;”Okay. That part is kind of right, but not really. Try like this.” It was a lot of work, but he was unimposible. Now, I feel that any death metal song that I hear. I’m always like okay, that’s simple compared to Morbid Angel. It was different. Now, this was a lot easier. U.D.O. like… like all the U.D.O. materials that is what I had been playing. So this was much more natural for me.

Am I Morbid: Billy, David Vincent, Ira Black and Tim Yeung

 

WESTFIELD MASSACRE AND WORKING WITH IRA BLACK

Another interesting band in your career is Westfield Massacre. 

That is a band which I started with the singer. We started that band and wrote all the music on the first album. Then me and this drummer Tim Yeung left and the singer was by himself.That whole thing happened like this, the band Westfield Massacre was myself, Tim Yeung and Tommy Vext, the singer. Just the three of us and we did the album. We played a couple of shows. We found like a line-up. We played a couple of shows, but it didn’t work out for us. So me and Tim left and Tommy ended up hiring new people and Ira… and actually when Tommy asked me who I thought who should be. I’m like, in Los Angeles, Ira is the only guy that could do it. So he got Ira and another drummer, another bass player and everything. Then we left. But now Tommy left also. So Ira has the band name and an album that he didn’t play on. But they’re a new band now. It’s a complicated story. Being a musician happens like that.

How is your relationsip with Ira nowadays?

It’s cool. Ira is a great man. I love that guy. He’s one of my good friends and Ira and I live in Los Angeles. Any time there is a job for me to do that I can’t do, I get Ira in it. It’s funny. Because right now he’s in a band. Right now he owns a band I guess, called Westfield Massacre

Tommy is now helping out Five Finger Death Punch, replacing Ian Moody, every then and now.

Yeah, yeah. He’s not in the band anymore. Tommy is out. So it’s just Ira right now.

You used Ira as a replacement member, but he also sometimes needs replacement members to fill his spot in Lizzy Borden. Did Lizzy ever ask you to fill in for Ira?

I talked to Lizzy Borden a few years ago. It never worked out. Ira just staid in. But I did talk to them a few days ago.

I think he’s kind of back in the band now.

For what I understand Lizzy Borden is doing…

A new album now.

Yeah. But I don’t know if Ira is involved in that. I don’t think he’s in there. But I don’t know. I don’t want to speak for him.

Westfield Massacre in 2014

 

SAVATAGE AND TRANSSIBERIAN ORCHESTRA

What about Trans-Siberian, what is your state with that band at the moment?

Right. That thing, I know nothing about man. They don’t tell me anything. They call me when they need me. That’s the truth. It’s not just me, like everyone. Now with Paul’s death, I don’t even know what they’re thinking. I know they’re going to do a tour again. But last year I didn’t go. I did the 2015 tour. But last year they brought Joel Hoekstra back. So this year, I stayed kind of as what they call a backup musician. So I rehearsed with the band. I knew the songs and I was ready to go if they needed me. But they didn’t, last year. For this year, it’s kind of looking the same. But I don’t know. Honestly, I don’t know. If they call me I’ll go. I love working with those guys. If they call me, I’ll go. But I don’t know,  I really don’t know what their plans are.

Two years ago you were a part of Trans Siberian Orchestra when they did the amaning Wacken spectacle. Tell something about that unique show?

I was a cray amount of rehearsing. I remember when we moved to the Tampa Fairgrounds to do like stage rehearsal and there was sheet between us. So, we couldn’t see the other band. By the time we hit the state, we were good. I think we all kicked ass everyone. From every singer, every instrument. It was perfect. The funny thing is I don’t remember a lot of the show. I remember the preparation. I remember rehearsals. I remember being there, hanging out or whatever. But I don’t remember playing the show. There is one thing I remember, which is like when the pyro came off the first time. One of the things did alight and I got drenched in the fluid. I was like, fuck. I hope I don’t… this doesn’t set me on fire now man. That’s literary the only thing I remember. But it was great. I got a lot of opportunities in my career after that. I got calls from a bunch of bands after that. It was good. It was really good. It was crazy. That’s a show that I wish I saw from the audience. Because it must have been really cool. For us, it was just a regular show. For the people in the stage, it was like its just one stage. We did “Turns To Me” by Savatage with Russell Allen from Symphony X. But I couldn’t see him. I’m just hearing him in my ears. We had Jeff Scott Soto. We had Russell Allen. We had Zak Stevens. We had Nathan James. I think that’s it for the guy singers. It was pretty crazy. It’s crazy when your choir has Jeff Scott Soto and Russell Allen and Nathan James. Yeah. Those were like the backing singers “Laughs”

You also had that army of great looking ladies at the stage as well “Laughs”

I don’t get into that man. But it gets pretty hard to rehearse sometimes. It’s like, fuck. They’re totally co-workers. Like you can’t even look at it.

Bill and Jon Oliva on stage in Wacken

Apparently it seems that Trans-Siberian Orchesta are going to tour in the fall. That tour would be some kind of tribute to the late Paul O’Neill.        

Yeah. Maybe they are. But the last I heard is that they’re doing a tour and the tour is sort of a tribute to him. What I heard. But I haven’t been called about the tour. So I don’t know. Last year was the 20th anniversary of the first album. So that was a special year too. So we’ll see. They normally start calling around September and then they’ll…

Maybe announcing the annual Christmas tour dates.

Yeah, exactly.

Joel Hoekstra is probably going to really busy with Whitesnake because they’re doing a new Whitesnake album, so, maybe the phone will ring again?

Yeah. That’s what I would hope. It’s fucked up, because me and Joel have been friends since before TSO. When I got the job, he actually helped me. They asked him for his opinion and he said that I would be the guy. So I’m thankful to him. But last year rehearsals, it was awkward. He was like, dude. I’m your friend and I’m sorry that this happened. Like we’re fighting for the same job. But it happens. It happens in the industry and TSO is also like a character. They didn’t say, fuck you. We don’t need you anymore. Not at all. I was part of our communication and everything. So like I was still in the band, but I was not. I was basically getting paid to sit at home.

Only the time will tell how things evolve but wouldn’t it be cool to have the Trans-Siberian playing someday in Brazil?

Oh man! That would be awesome. It would be amazing and there was a promoter that was actually trying to bring it for the anniversary of my home town. But it never worked. I don’t know why. But I don’t know how you possibly do that, because they wouldn’t settle for any less of the production than what they have.

Trans Siberian is mostly touring in the North America areas only. Do you see what might be the reason for that?

For what I understand, people care more about Savatage than Trans Siberian in Europe.So always wondered why not do Savatage in Europe in the summer, TSO in winter in America. I don’t know, maybe one day they’ll do something like that.

I heard a rumour that something like that might happen in the next summer?

I keep hearing that too. I heard that too. But I didn’t hear from anybody in the band. Everything I heard so far was here in Europe from people. But nobody has told me shit. Maybe?

One more thing about TSO, does Al Pitrelli run the Trans-Siberian nowadays when Paul is gone?

I hope so.I hope that’s the guy that takes over, but I don’t know. Obviously I don’t know. I haven’t talked to him about it. But he was the musical director of the band. Him and Oliva together, they run the whole thing. Like I will go to each musician and be like, you’re playing is wrong, your playing is wrong. Then at the end everybody rehearses just for Oliva. So yeah. I hope he takes over.

It’s funny how Pitrelli kind grow into that role. Because I remember him from Alice Cooper band, back in ’89 and then he had a band Widowmaker with Dee Snider and then was shortly in Megadeth. He was just a regular player, or a hired gun, but he’s done a great and succesfull career later on.

Yeah. That’s how I am now.

So, you see that you will have a great career in business as well. It’s not easy thing to do nowadays.

Yeah. But oddly enough man. Because a lot of people do ask me, “Why don’t you stick to one band?” Why don’t you do…? Because I know Al. Because All is like my mentor, so to speak. Like he took me under his wing and he started talking about me in interviews, before I was either in the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. I learned from him. The guy went from Megadeth to Michael Bolton, to Celine Deon. That’s a guy that plays anything. I was like, fuck. That’s what I wanted to do and always busy. If Al wasn’t so good, financially speaking with TSO, I’m sure he would be doing other things too.

Do you have plans to expand your musical career outside of metal ?

I have plans. I don’t know if they will happen. Back in Brazil I did… this is before I moved to America. I’ve done some pop albums with like Mainstream pop artist in Brazil. Then in America I’ve done some writing with a pop singer, in America. But I’ve never done anything outside of Rock and metal, that’s been like Mainstream or big or anything like that. I feel that my strengths are kind of in this genre. That’s why I get called for jobs. I would love to do all this stuff.

Gracias. If I can say in Portuguese.

Obrigado in Portuguese. Kiitos, kiitos you guys. Finland is one of my favourite countries.

Another photo of Jon and Bill on stage in Wacken 2015

 

 

BILL HUDSON ON FACEBOOK 

 

DIRKSCHNEIDER PHOSTOS FROM TUSKA FESTIVAL

 

 

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MADAM X feat. Roxy and Maxine Petrucci Sign To EMP Label Group, New Album ‘Monstrocity’ Out In October

August 25th, 2017
by Celtic Bob

Legendary Detroit Hard Rockers MADAM X have signed a deal with EMP LABEL GROUP, who will release their long-awaited sophomore release MONSTROCITY on October 31st, (October 27th in EUROPE) on CD and Digital, with a limited edition vinyl release planned for November. Produced by Madam X at Metro 37 Studios in Rochester Hills, MI, and Mixed by Michael Wagener (MEGADETH, METALLICA, SKID ROW, OZZY OSBOURNE), with additional mixing by Mark Slaughter, Monstrocity is a hard-hitting classic Metal/Rock record sure to serve as a proper return to form for Madam X, and a kick in the ass for fans old and new.

Formed in 1981 by sisters Roxy and Maxine Petrucci, Madam X recruited bassist Chris “Godzilla” Doliber and vocalist Bret Kaiser, who released their classic, Rick Derringer produced, Jet Records debut WE RESERVE THE RIGHT in 1984, spawning the hit Rock single “High in High School”. 4 years later, after Roxy departed to join future Arena Rock superstars VIXEN, and original vocalist Kaiser was briefly replaced by an unknown Canadian vocalist named Sebastian Bach, Madam X disbanded, and would remain mostly inactive until 2014, when the original lineup reunited at the Sweden Rock Festival.

Fast forward to 2017, when the Petrucci sisters collaborated with vocalist Mark Slaughter on a Lemmy Kilmister tribute track for their VIP AFTERSHOW project, Slaughter who introduced Roxy to EMP LABEL GROUP head of A&R Thom Hazaert, who released a 12” “KILMISTER” single for AFTERSHOW, and the conversation soon shifted to the upcoming MADAM X release.

Says Hazaert, “When I connected with Roxy and we were working on The Aftershow stuff, and she told me they were working on a new MADAM X record, I was extremely excited at the prospect of releasing it. After a brief courtship, we made the decision to put it out together, and I can honestly say I’m still excited. Madam X is such a kickass Rock band, I was always a huge fan of their first record, and to be able to release its follow up over 30 years later is just insane.”

Adds drummer Roxy Petrucci, “Hell may not be pretty but good things will find their way out ! It takes a huge pair of metal balls to sign a band like Madam X, David Ellefson and Thom Hazaert at EMP put their love of metal first, and crushed it by signing Madam X ! Raw and flawed, Monstrocity will be unleashed onto the world in fall 2017 ! Long live Rock n Roll but immortalized in Metal!”.

The album features 12 hard-hitting slabs of Rock, including the pummeling title track “Monstrocity”, “Resurrection”, “Nitrous”, and an updated version of their 1984 hit “High In High School.”

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OPERUS TO UNLEASH SYMPHONIC METAL MASTERPIECE DEBUT RECORDING

August 25th, 2017
by Celtic Bob


It takes an incredible amount of instrumental skill and songwriting talent to be able to truly leave a mark within the realm of symphonic metal. And Toronto’s Operus will undoubtedly be garnering a lot of attention once their debut album is released on October 13th. The sound of the band is a cross breed of a metal band and a travelling theatre troupe that come together to produce a unique sound and thrilling live show.
The album can be pre-ordered via this link: https://www.operusmusic.com/links

“Cenotaph is a commemoration of writers & poets who never gained the recognition and or lived to see the impact of their work,” explains the band. “The concept and inspiration for the title of the album is taken from a statue in Budapest located opposite of Vajdahunyad Castle, Anonymous, the unknown chronicler at the court of King Béla III. The lyrical concepts are not that of any one specific idea but rather a mosaic of different stories and legends which are meant to paint images in the minds of the listener, much like the tales laid by the quills of writers long ago.”

​Formed by six professional musicians – David Michael Moote (Vocals), Rob Holden (Guitar), Oscar Rangel (Guitar/Backing vocals), Robin Howe (Cello/backing vocals), Wojciech Sokolowski (Bass/Backing vocals) and J.J. Tartaglia (Drums) – Operus’ depth comes from the vast musical experience each member brings with them. From extensive studio time, to worldwide performances in metal bands, symphonic/chamber orchestras and the stages of musical theatre.

​The combined musical knowledge in Operus comes from decades of intense dedication to music with University and Masters Degrees, Royal Conservatory of Music certifications and the first hand knowledge from performing in North and South America, Europe, and Asia. Samples of the band’s all-encompassing sound can be sampled via the following links:

Album trailer:

New chapter:

​Other experiences from the band members include well known bands such as Trans-Siberian Orchestra (Robin Howe), Annihilator (Oscar Rangel), Skull Fist (J.J. Tartaglia), Eclipse Eternal (Wojtek Sokolowski) and leading roles in professional productions such as Jesus Christ Superstar (David Michael Moote).

“Musically, the concept of Cenotaph has a very cinematic sound to it that emphasises the classical elements of the band, such as the cello and the classical guitar. Vocally, Cenotaph moves between intimate textures such as the ones heard in ‘Wretched Play’ and big ensemble arrangements form choirs to accents with screams such as the ones in the title track. The album is packed with counterpoint sections in each song, rather than using the most common approach to music as is harmony.”

​Operus has come for all metal heads and music lovers around the globe.

Operus is:

David Michael Moote (Vocals)
Rob Holden (Guitar)
Oscar Rangel (Guitar/Backing vocals)
Robin Howe (Cello/backing vocals)
Wojciech Sokolowski (Bass/Backing vocals)
JJ Tartaglia (Drums)

“Cenotaph” full length tracklisting:

1. Silver Spell
2. Steel Against Steel
3. Colosseum
4. Sands of Time
5. Fate’s Pantomime
6. Wretched Play
7. Cenotaph
8. Maya & the Wolf
9. La Catedral
10. The Return

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT:

Website – www.operusofficial.com

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OZZY OSBOURNE Performs “Bark At The Moon” During Solar Eclipse

August 24th, 2017
by Celtic Bob

While he’s been performing live shows for nearly five decades, this week marked a first for OZZY OSBOURNE. The rock icon performed one of his signature tracks “Bark At The Moon” as the historic eclipse of 2017 plunged the entire field in southern Illinois into darkness; watch here. OSBOURNE, joined for the set by his longtime collaborator Zakk Wylde, is on the road for a series of shows that will lead up to his triumphant return as the Saturday OZZFEST headliner of this year’s OZZFEST MEETS KNOTFEST Saturday, November 4 and Sunday, November 5 at Glen Helen Amphitheater and Festival Groundsin San Bernardino, CA.

Known as one of rock’s most lethal singer and guitarist pairings, OZZY and Zakk have performed together over the years and these shows are the first collaboration for the duo for a full tour since 2006. In addition to reuniting with Zakk Wylde on guitar, OZZY’s band will include longtime collaborators Blasko (Bass), Tommy Clufetos (Drums) and Adam Wakeman (Keyboards).

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GWAR Announces Full Details Of New Album “The Blood of Gods”

August 23rd, 2017
by Celtic Bob

 

The time has come, your Lords and Masters GWAR have unveiled the details of their latest masterpiece “The Blood of Gods”. Today the first single “Fuck This Place” is available for audio and video streaming. Watch the video, check out the song and pre-order your copy of “The Blood of Gods” at metalblade.com/gwar! Your Intergalactic Overlords demand it! Digital pre-orders include an instant gratification download of “Fuck This Place”. Limited edition special bundle packs are available for pre-order as well.

“The Blood of Gods”, produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Ronan Chris “Lord God” Murphy, will be released October 20th via Metal Blade Records. The album will be available in Standard CD, 2LP Colored Vinyl and Digital formats.

“The Blood of Gods Track Listing:
1. War on GWAR
2. Viking Death Machine
3. El Presidente
4. I’ll Be Your Monster
5. Auroch
6. Swarm
7. The Sordid Soliloquy Of Sawborg Destructo
8. Death to Dickie Duncan
9. Crushed By The Cross
10. Fuck This Place
11. Phantom Limb
12. If You Want Blood (You Got It) – AC/DC Cover

The Berserker Blothar says:
“Fuck This Place,” the name says it all. Look around you. Your life sucks. Your planet is dying. You want to kill yourself and everyone you meet. So do it. You’ve drenched yourselves in gasoline, and now GWAR offers you a light. The finish line of the human race is at last within reach. Scream it now at the top of your lungs…”Fuck This Place!”

“The Blood of Gods” is nothing less than a sacred text chronicling the rise of humanity against their makers, and the massive battle between GWAR and the forces of all that is uptight and wrong with the world. Along the way, the band challenges the sins of their great mistake, from politics, pollution, and organized religion, to fast food, and factory farming. Humans are shown as what they are; a parasitic disease that must be eradicated before they suck the planet dry.

Sleazy P. Martini comments on “The Blood of Gods”:
“Sorry scoffers, you thought GWAR was finished? You’re the one who’s finished when GWAR starts their fall tour after dropping their heaviest album yet. “The Blood of the Gods” will be the soundtrack that covers up your pathetic cries for mercy. So go ahead and scream all you want. Just make sure your in key or your death will be excruciating beyond comprehension.”

In support of “The Blood of Gods” release GWAR will be on the road throughout the rest of 2017 including three shows in September with a stop at Chicago’s Riot Fest. GWAR will then return to the road On October 20th, the release date of “The Blood of Gods.” The first show on “The Blood of Gods Tour” is in their adopted home base of Richmond, Virginia and will run through December 10th in Detroit, MI. A complete list of “The Blood of Gods Tour” dates including an NYC appearance on Halloween can be found below. Support on the tour will come be provided by Ghoul, Doyle(10/20-11/5), He Is Legend (11/7-12/10) and U.S. Bastards.

GWAR On Tour:
9/15: Knoxville, TN @ The International
9/16: Middletown, OH @ Land of Illusion
9/17: Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest

GWAR W/Ghoul, Doyle and U.S. Bastards:
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10/20: Richmond, VA @ The National
10/21: Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
10/22: Toronto, ON @ Opera House* (No Doyle)
10/23: Millvale, PA @ Mr. Smalls
10/25: Greensboro, NC @ Arizona Petes
10/26: Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
10/27: New Haven, CT @ Toad’s Place
10/28: Worcester, MA @ Palladium
10/29: Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero
10/31: New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
11/1: Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
11/2: Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom* (Stonecutters Open)
11/3: St. Louis, MO @ Pop’s
11/4: Sioux City, IA @ Hard Rock
11/5: Lawrence, KS @ Granada

GWAR W/Ghoul, He Is Legend and U.S. Bastards

11/7: Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
11/8: Winnipeg, MB @ Pyramid
11/9: Saskatoon, SK @ Saskatoon Events Center
11/10: Edmonton, AB @ Union Hall
11/11: Calgary, AB @ The Palaces
11/13: Vancouver, BC @ Commodore
11/14: Portland, OR @ Roseland
11/15: Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo
11/17: Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
11/18: Las Vegas, NV @ Fremont Country Club
11/19: Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
11/21: San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
11/22: Los Angeles, CA @ Fonda Theater
11/23: Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theater
11/24: Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater
11/25: Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
11/26: Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre
11/28: Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom
11/29: Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live
11/30: Houston, TX @ House of Blues
12/1: San Antonio, TX @ Aztec Theater
12/2: Baton Rouge, LA @ Varsity Theater
12/3: Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
12/5: Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
12/6: Tampa, FL @ The Ritz
12/8: Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue
12/9: Peoria, IL @ Limelight
12/10: Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall

For More Info Visit:
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HAMMERFALL Announces 2018 North American Tour

August 23rd, 2017
by Celtic Bob

HAMMERFALL have been masters of groundbreaking metal anthems since the start of their remarkable career back in 1993. Earlier this year, the band returned to North America on an extensive tour with label-mates Delain. With demand for HAMMERFALL live shows at an all time high, the mighty metallers are now set to return to North America in 2018. The tour features special guests Flotsam & Jetsam and kicks off May 17, 2018 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Criss-Crossing North America, the final show will be June 19, 2018 in San Antonio, TX. A complete list of dates can be found below.

The band cannot wait to return to the states:

“We’re so fucking excited about returning to North America with a full headline show, and having the legendary Flotsam & Jetsam as special guests really helps put this over the top! The incredibly passionate fans made the tour we did with Delain earlier this year into such an amazing experience for us, and we can’t wait to do it again! We’ll do everything in our power to make this tour even better than last time, but we need your help to do it. Together, we can prove once and for all that heavy metal really is stronger than all!”

HAMMERFALL are touring on the heels of their latest release and Napalm Records debut Built To Last. The album boasts a programmatic title and brilliantly displays the strengths of the band. Highly melodic anthems with aggressive lead guitars turn this oeuvre into one of the most consistent, exciting and passionate HAMMERFALL ever recorded! Purchase the album HERE and stream the album on Spotify.

HAMMERFALL W/ Flotsam & Jetsam:
5/17/18: Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Kelsey Theater
5/18/18: Orlando, FL @ The Haven
5/19/18: Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
5/20/18: Raleigh, NC @ Motorco
5/22/18: Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
5/23/18: Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero
5/24/18: New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
5/25/18: Worcester, MA @ Palladium
5/26/18: Albany, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
5/27/18: Quebec City, QC @ Le Cercle
5/28/18: Montreal, QC @ Les FouFounes Electrique
5/29/18: Toronto, ON @ TBA
5/31/18: Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
6/1/18: Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theater
6/2/18: Louisville, KY @ Diamonds
6/3/18: Detroit, MI @ Harpos
6/4/18: Joliet, IL @ The Forge
6/5/18: Minneapolis, MN @ The Cabooze
6/7/18: Calgary, AB @ Dickens
6/8/18: Edmonton, AB @ Starlite Room
6/9/18: Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw
6/10/18: Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
6/11/18: Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
6/13/18: San Francisco, CA @ The Chapel
6/14/18: Los Angeles, CA @ The Whiskey
6/15/18: Anaheim, CA @ The Grove
6/16/18: Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theater
6/18/18: Dallas, TX @ Trees
6/19/18: San Antonio, TX @ Scout Bar

For More Info Visit:
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www.hammerfall.net

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New Book on Legendary Proto-Metal Power Trio BANG “The BANG Story: From the Basement to the Bright Lights”

August 23rd, 2017
by Celtic Bob

Often called America’s answer to Black Sabbath, one of the most unsung bands in the history of US hard rock music, BANG, is back with a new biography “The BANG Story: From the Basement to the Bright Lights”! With the heaviness of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin, coupled with the groove of Grand Funk Railroad, BANG released three critically acclaimed albums on Capitol Records in the early 1970s before disappearing for a number of years. 2017 marks the 45th anniversary of BANG’s critically acclaimed debut album and the band is celebrating with the release of their new book! “The BANG Story: From the Basement to the Bright Lights” was written by Lawrence Knorr, Frank Ferrara, Tony Diorio, and Frank Gilcken.

In the summer of 1971, BANG, a trio from the Philadelphia area, decided to take a road trip to Florida to try their fortune. While buying some rolling papers in the Sunshine State, they learned about a Small Faces and Deep Purple concert nearby in Orlando. They showed up at the venue and brazenly declared they were ready to go on stage. The concert organizer asked them to set up and play for him. After a couple songs, he told them they were opening for Rod Stewart and Small Faces. Before they knew it, BANG was playing with Bachman Turner Overdrive, Deep Purple, Three Dog Night, Fleetwood Mac, Ike and Tina Turner, The Doobie Brothers, and even Black Sabbath. Capitol Records signed them, and three LPs were released. Join Frank Ferrara, Tony Diorio, and Frankie Gilcken, as they recall their rapid rise to fame, playing with numerous Rock and Roll Hall of Famers.

The 1971 self-titled debut album “BANG” is considered an important forerunner to the early Doom Metal genre. Undoubtedly one of America’s heaviest ‘proto-metal’ bands from the period, BANG also had a strong sense of melodic power. The band’s versatility and songwriting skills are second to none. Highly regarded as a cult act by many for years, it’s now time for this truly amazing rock band to be enjoyed by a new audience worldwide!

Excerpts from the book:

“Those were the days when everything was experimental,” said Karl Richardson, the engineer. “We were looking for something more reverberant. We didn’t want BANG to sound like everybody else. In those days, records were more like paintings, than photographs. The studio was a palette, and we were always thinking about art—not just taking a picture.”

OZZY Cheesesteak anecdote … ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1972, BANG was back in Fayetteville, North Carolina, to play with Black Sabbath, who was in the midst of their Master of Reality Tour. Wild Turkey was to open this evening, followed by the boys from Philly. That afternoon, the band was hanging out with Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler from Black Sabbath. They offered to introduce them to cheesesteaks, having discovered a sandwich shop in town that was attempting to replicate their favorite Philadelphia cuisine. “I’ve never had a bloody cheesesteak,” admitted Ozzy. And so BANG introduced the Prince of Darkness to the delicacy. After chomping on a few bites, he asked, “I have another question for you. What do the fans mean when they are making the “V” signs with their fingers? For our Churchill, it meant victory.” “To them it means one of two things,” answered Frankie. “It either means peace or boogie.” After that, Ozzy would often be seen on stage flashing dual V-signs to all of his audiences, as captured on the cover of their next album Vol. 4.

Available in Paperback:
Publisher: Sunbury Press, Inc. – Release date August 15, 2017
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/The-BANG-Story-9781620065822.htm

To purchase:
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Bang-Story-Basement-Bright-Lights/dp/1620065827
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-bang-story-lawrence-knorr/1126989375
Sunbury Press: http://www.sunburypressstore.com/The-BANG-Story-9781620065822.htm

Finnish label Svart Records is released BANG’s 4 classic records: “Death of a Country,” “BANG,” “Mother/Bow to the King,” “BANG Music.” They were re-pressed on both vinyl and CD: http://www.svartrecords.com/

BANG has made available free ringtones! Free Frank Gilcken guitar solos for iPhones and Androids! http://www.bangmusic.com/ringtones/ Also, all BANG songs are now available for 99 cents mp3 downloads http://www.bangmusic.com/shop/mp3s/ BANG’s complete recorded catalog is available as well through their website, which includes the band’s latest CD releases “Return To Zero” and “The Maze.”

To purchase BANG CD’s, Vinyl and Digital Album Downloads: http://www.bangmusic.com/shop/cds-and-vinyl/

Also the website contains never seen videos of BANG! http://www.bangmusic.com/videos/ including the “BANGstory” video a must see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXRHtnBpSBQ

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TYKETTO’s Premiere “Wings” From Upcoming Release “LIVE FROM MILAN 2017”

August 23rd, 2017
by Celtic Bob

Frontiers Music Srl, will release Tyketto, LIVE FROM MILAN 2017! The CD/ DVD, Blu-Ray, Vinyl, and MP3 (audio only) on October 13, 2017! Check out the song “Wings” from the excellent show filmed at the Frontiers Rock Festival here: https://youtu.be/37JuGBElk4o
You can pre-order the release here: http://radi.al/LiveFromMilan

• Frontiers: http://www.frontiers.shop (CD/DVD, Blu-Ray, Vinyl)
• Amazon: http://radi.al/LiveFromMilanAmazon
• iTunes: http://radi.al/LiveFromMilaniTunes
• Google Play: http://radi.al/LiveFromMilanGoogle

The line-up comprised of founding members vocalist Danny Vaughn and drummer Michael Clayton Arbeeny along with guitar wizard Chris Green, bassist Chris Childs (THUNDER) and ex-TEN keyboardist Ged Rylands, TYKETTO co-headlined “Day 1” of FRF IV and blew the roof off with their performance of the classic “Don’t Come Easy” album from back to front (yes, back to front, not front to back)! Cameras were there to capture every riveting moment and now, with great pleasure, Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to release this special performance on CD/DVD and Blu-Ray! Michael Arbeeny says: “If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a thousand pictures. Tyketto- Live in Milan 2017 not only brings the songs of DON’T COME EASY to life, but also shows the passion and excitement the band takes onstage at every performance. LIVE IN MILAN is simply five brothers enjoying the hell out of what they do…. with a few thousand friends stopping by to join the party.

Tyketto’s debut album, “Don’t Come Easy” is considered a landmark release amongst melodic hard rock albums of the late ‘80s/early ‘90s. While the band has continuously put out quality recordings over the years, fans and critics alike hold the debut album in especially high regard. So, it was with great pleasure that after releasing the band’s most recent studio album, “Reach”, Frontiers invited the band to play Frontiers Rock Festival IV in Milan, IT to not only play tracks from more recent releases, but to play “Don’t Come Easy” in it’s entirety to an adoring audience!

TRACKLISTING:
CD

Introduction
Sail Away
Strip Me Down
Nothing But Love
Walk On Fire
Lay Your Body Down
Standing Alone
Seasons
Burning Down Inside
Wings
Forever Young
Rescue Me
Reach

DVD/BLU RAY:

Introduction
Sail Away
Strip Me Down
Nothing But Love
Walk On Fire
Lay Your Body Down
Standing Alone
Seasons
Burning Down Inside
Wings
Forever Young
Rescue Me
Dig In Deep
Reach

TYKETTO LINKS:
https://www.tyketto.com/
https://www.facebook.com/TykettoTheOfficial/

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Tuska Open Air Metal Festival 2017 – 20th Anniversary – Suvilahti – Helsinki – Finland

August 23rd, 2017
by Arto Lehtinen

The Tuska Open Air Festival is definitely a real metal institution among metal festivals in Europe. The mighty Tuska festival has reached one hell of a milestone in the long, yet metallic mayhem history. Tuska celebrated its 20th anniversary this year which is pretty damn good for a festival like this. The line-up was huge, covering a wide range of different types of metal. It was obvious the Finnish Love metal messengers HIM was one of those names pulling a lot of people from other countries. Besides, HIM announced that they will call its quits after this year. Anyhow, Sabaton, Suicidal Tendencies, Amorphis, Tryptikon etc. and a plenty of other bands made Tuska definitely great.  All in all 37,000 people made a visit to Tuska during these three days.

By : Marko Syrjala; Arto Lehtinen; Petri Da Costa

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EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE Back With New album ‘Grind’ In October

August 23rd, 2017
by Celtic Bob

Studio tracks on Grind were produced by Justin Rimer at Cross Trax Studios. Live tracks were produced by David Cowell at Cleaved Owl Productions with mastering by Brad Blackwood at Euphonic Masters. The project also features appearances by Jim Dandy (The Jim Dandy) guest vocals on “Stand Up”, Wayne Swinny (Saliva) guitar on “Snake”, and Zach Myers (Shinedown) guitar on “Crazy”.

Tracklisting:https://soundcloud.com/highvolmusic/swing-again

1. Loco Crazy
2. Snake
3. Upper Hand
4. Blown Away
5. Sacred Circle
6. Days Are Through
7. Stand Up
8. Swing
9. Closet (Live)
10. Walls (Live)
11. Push (Live)

EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE is:

Rick Ruhl (lead vocals)
Lonnie Hammer (drums)
Travis “Gunner” Butler (guitar)
Troy Fleming (bass)
John Guttery (guitar)

Formed in the early 90’s, EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE is no stranger to the music scene. After quickly arriving on the Memphis rock scene, word spread about their energy-packed live performances gaining them the attention of Clive Davis (Arista Records). After signing with Arista, EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE became staples on MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball with their music videos for “Walls Come Down”, “Love Can Make You Blind”, and “House of Pain”.

EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE received a great deal of national press and toured, promoting the first two albums, allowing them the chance to open for bands such as Cheap Trick and Dream Theater. They performed many headlining shows, drawing in large crowds and selling out venues. EVERY MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE has been featured in hundreds of hard rock magazines both nationally and internationally like Metal Edge as well as appearing on shows like the Joan Rivers’ talk show.

www.facebook.com/EMNBand
www.emnrocks.com

 

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Warbringer – Interview With John Kevill

August 22nd, 2017
by Metal-Rules.com UK Team

Warbringer – Interview With John Kevill

@ The Audio, Glasgow

Date: Wednesday, 9th of August 2017

Interview By: Pete Mutant

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Death Angel + Warbringer @ The Audio, Glasgow

August 22nd, 2017
by Metal-Rules.com UK Team

Death Angel + Warbringer

@ The Audio, Glasgow

Wednesday, 9th of August 2017

Review By: Pete Mutant

Photography By: Gavin Lowrey

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Sacrosanct the remasters plus new album coming up on vicrecords

August 22nd, 2017
by EvilG

SACROSANCT, the German-Dutch progressive thrash metal outfit founded by former Pestilence guitarist Randy Meinhard, have reformed and are currently remastering their back catalogue. They are also working on a new album, their fourth, to be entitled ‘Necropolis’. The new album will feature a brand-new studio line-up, and is slated for a 2018 release.

Sacrosanct reissues

Sacrosanct

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DESECRATOR Join AIRBOURNE on “Breakin Outta Hell Tour” in Europe!

August 21st, 2017
by Celtic Bob

Australian thrash maniacs DESECRATOR are confirmed, as Special Guests, on the AIRBOURNE “Breakin Outta Hell Tour” in Europe, kicking off on October 3rd in Valencia (Spain). See below the full list of shows.

DESECRATOR stated:
“You European RIVOTHEADS didn’t think we had forgotten you this year did you!? We are extremely pleased to announce a run of all KILLER, no filler tour dates with our great mates Airbourne!! Check the countries and ticket link, share the poster around, come see the TWIN AUSSIE ATTACK and we’ll see you on the road!!”

October 03 Republicca – Valencia, Spain
October 04 Gamma – Murcia, Spain
October 06 PARIS 15 – Málaga, Spain
October 07 Custom – Seville, Spain
October 10 Olympia – Paris, France
October 12 Depot – Leuven, Belgium
October 13 Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
October 15 Amager Bio – Copenhagen, Denmark
October 16 Rockefeller – Oslo, Norway
October 17 Fryshuset Arenan – Stockholm, Sweden
October 19 THE CIRCUS – Helsinki, Finland
October 20 LOGOMO – Turku, Finland
October 23 Tradgarn – Gothenburg, Sweden
October 24 KB – Malmö, Sweden
October 25 Grosse Freiheit – Hamburg, Germany
October 27 Huxleys – Berlin, Germany
October 28 A2 – Wroclaw, Poland
October 29 Barba Negra Music Club – Budapest, Hungary
October 31 Werk 2 – Leipzig, Germany
November 02 TonHalle – Munchen, Germany
November 03 Simm City Festsaal Zentrum Simmering – Vienna, Austria
November 04 Rathaussaal – Telfs, Austria
November 06 Longhorn – Stuttgart, Germany
November 07 Samsung Hall – Zurich, Switzerland
November 08 Batschkapp – Frankfurt Am Main, Germany

Tickets: www.airbournerock.com

 

Just recently DESECRATOR released their first official video “Thrash is a Verb” from the debut album “To The Gallows” (out on March 24th). Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xT2rlCbjRok

Also check out the song “BrainScan”, which was unleashed for streaming, together with the album release: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m448uDx36iY

Buy “To The Gallows” here: http://www.nervegas.com.au/desecrator
The outstanding hand painted cover art was created by Melbourne ink wizard Jason Spud Sposito!

DESECRATOR are a 4-piece Thrash Metal band based in Melbourne, Australia. With a sound that has been compared to early Testament, Death Angel and Sacred Reich, DESECRATOR’s twin guitar attack, punishing rhythm section and blood soaked vocals have won over the old guard of staunch metal fans as well as recruiting the new wave of young thrashers. The lyric video for the title track “To The Gallows” is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQtNO16MfNc

Also watch Desecrator’s Official Videos for
“Red Steel Nation” (2015): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLrC-41LpkY
“Balancing on a Blade” (2013): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OS_xmtVCpcI

More information at:
DESECRATOR: http://www.desecrator.nethttps://www.facebook.com/DESECRATORAUS
MANAGEMENT: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialAlphaOmegaManagement
AIRBOURNE: https://www.facebook.com/airbournerock

 

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CORROSION OF CONFORMITY To Kick Off US Mini Tour With Danzig Next Month

August 20th, 2017
by EvilG
Corrosion of Conformity

Corrosion of Conformity

CORROSION OF CONFORMITY will join Danzig on a short run of live dates next month. The week-long trek will commence off on September 7th in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire and includes stops in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Montclair, New Jersey; Huntington, New York; Lewiston, Kentucky; Cleveland, Ohio and Detroit, Michigan.

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