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Children of Bodom Guitarist, Alexi Laiho Injured While Bowling (KNAC.COM)
"One week ago Alexi had the worst luck. He tripped at a bowling alley and his shoulder was hurt. Something is broken but it's not serious like the accident two years ago. He has to be careful 'cos the shoulder will be sensitive for a while. Six weeks of no guitar playing - doctor's orders.
Get Into The Act (The Morning Call)
It's long been a dream of every teenage boy in America to play in a rock band, but for Northampton's Nu World Disorder, it's a reality. Though its members are 16 and younger, the band shows a maturity and songwriting talent beyond its years.
Digging out from the underground - Teen wants a place to showcase local young...
RAPID RIVER ? It seems kind of strange to a lot of people to think there are a lot of good, young bands in the Escanaba, Gladstone, and Rapid River area. A lot of people do not hear about these bands because the scene is all underground and word about the bands goes unsaid.
Sentenced Buried Alice CD/DVD (KNAC.COM)
There is a guy somewhere who was present during the recording of "Cheap Trick At Budokan" who is still talking about that show. Every now and then he'll throw on the cd and rock out. Some people who know him think he's a lucky guy; others think he's a totally self-obsessed asshole who can't let go.
Report for 02/07/06 (antiMUSIC)
TuneLab reports: Could Audioslave's time be coming to an end?
ARTS: Our Critics Picks (Nashville Scene)
Evan Dando?The Lemonheads? pouty, aggravatingly photogenic singer and only constant member?suffers a strange curse. Not a lack of attention or talent, certainly, nor the classic dilemma of wrong place, wrong time.
Five other heavy-metal bands worth a listen (The Columbus Dispatch)
Hard-rock fans have?t had much to excite them since the turn of the century ? especially older fans wary of younger bands? dark makeup and weak roar.
Saints 'n' Slayers (The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Tom Araya, lead singer and bassist of the legendary band Slayer, was seen sitting outside the LDS Institute of Religion, reading a copy of Ensign, drinking a Fresca and sporting his new CTR tattoo. The entire band will be performing tonight at the great Saltair.
Slayer still killing them 25 years later (El Paso Times)
Few names elicit more raised-fist worship than Slayer, a group synonymous with bruising music and dark imagery. "Reign in Blood," Slayer's 1986 speed metal classic, set the template for countless thrash musicians, virtually creating death metal in the process.
Slayer still killing them 25 years later (Denver Post)
Few names elicit more raised-fist worship than Slayer, a group synonymous with bruising music and dark imagery.
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