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Meshuggah/God Forbid/The Haunted/Mnemic Live In Vancouver: October 24, 2005

November 10th, 2005

Meshuggah/God Forbid/The Haunted/Mnemic
Monday, October 24, 2005
Croatian Cultural Centre
Vancouver, BC  Canada


**Live Review & All Photos By Lord of The Wasteland

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Testament and The Haunted Live at Jaxx August 14th, 1999

September 7th, 2005

Testament and The Haunted Live at the Jaxx August 14th, 1999

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The Haunted – Per and Anders

August 28th, 2005

Per And Anders Of

Interviewed in Ovtober 2000 by EvilG


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Witchery / The Haunted – Jensen

August 23rd, 2005

Witchery / The Haunted – Jensen
Interviewed April 24, 1999 by Noel


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The Haunted – Come a Little Bit Closer?

June 16th, 2005

?Come a Little Bit Closer??
The Haunted on tour with
Damageplan and Shadows Fall

11/3/04-Worcester Palladium, Massachusetts
12/3/04-Irving Plaza, New York City
12/4/04-Starland Ballroom, Sayreville, New Jersey.
Report by MetalGeorge

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The Haunted Vocalist Peter Dolving

November 21st, 2004

Interview with Peter Dolving

by Lord of The Wasteland


Pics courtesy of, Century Media, Earache Records and Union Musik and of course some taken by staff.


Call them thrash, call them melodic death?whatever.  The Haunted is pure metal and their brilliant new CD, rEVOLVEr, was just released October 19th to glowing reviews.  As emphasized by the unique spelling of the title, rEVOLVEr is a progression for the band in more ways than one.  Not only did they leave long-time label, Earache Records, last October but they also lost vocalist Marco Aro.  Aro?s replacement was none other than the band?s original vocalist, Peter Dolving, whose superior range gave the band?s 1998 self-titled debut album as unique a sound as it has with rEVOLVEr.  New label, Century Media, is pushing rEVOLVEr very hard and this should be the album that gets The Haunted into the big time on North American shores.

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EvilG spoke with the band the day after it was announced that Dolving had rejoined the fold ( so I was eager to speak with the singer a year later now that the album was complete and he had time to settle into familiar shoes once again.  During our forty-five minute interview, I found Dolving to be full of laughs but also very well-spoken and forthright in his opinions.  Besides the new CD, new label and big < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />U.S. tour with Shadows Fall and Damageplan, Dolving openly discusses his horrific youth, his side projects, media labels and the differences between The Haunted?s two screamers.

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