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New STILLIFE tracks!!!

McAllen (17-6-2008)


Former ACCEPT and current U.D.O. frontman Udo Dirkschneider will join Finnish monster hard rockers LORDI for at least one song during their appearance at this year's Wacken Open Air festival, which is scheduled to take place July 31 - August 2, 2008 in Wacken, Germany.

Dirkschneider makes an appearance on the song "They Only Come Out At Night" (listen to the audio below) on LORDI's latest album, "The Arockalypse", which came out in March 2006.



Veteran San Francisco Bay Area metallers TESTAMENT were honored with the "Album of the Year" Metal Hammer Golden Gods Award for their latest album, "The Formation of Damnation". TESTAMENT beat out the other worthy contenders in this category: ATREYU, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, CHILDREN OF BODOM and DOWN.

The Metal Hammer Golden Gods 2008 awards ceremony was held earlier tonight (Monday, June 16) at the IndigO2 (O2 Arena) in London, UK


Norways ULVER Covers PRINCE; Audio Available

Norway's ULVER has posted a cover version of PRINCE's "Thieves in the Temple" on its official MySpace page' . "Thieves in the Temple" was originally released on PRINCE's 1990 "Graffiti Bridge" album, with the song hitting No. 6 on the U.S. single chart.

For the cover, ULVER collaborated with female soul singer and WYCLEF JEAN protégée Siri Stranger. The boys downplay their own participation and relation to Prince with the following statement: "Prince is not our familiar, but we appreciate his spirituality and sensibility, manifest in this song. We are thieves in his temple."

Their song is part of a massive 81-track, five-CD tribute titled "Shockadelica: 50th Anniversary Tribute To The Artist Known As Prince" (C+C Records).


CHRIS CAFFERY Checks In From The Studio

Guitarist Chris Caffery (SAVATAGE, TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA) entered the studio at the end of April to begin recording his new solo album for an October release. According to Chris, "[We] entered Ultimate Music Studios in Cortland, NY today to begin the recording of drum tracks.

"Mr. John Macaluso [drums] unveiled his brand new kit and we made some serious progress. We spent some time getting sounds together and two of the songs are finished 100%. Tomorrow we will hope to make it through another five or six and Wednesday we should finish the 13.

"It is so cool to watch John work in the studio. There is a new life and serious groove to everything he plays.

"I can't wait for you all to hear this music. I will finish the drums and hope to have bass and all lead guitars done by the end of next week. I should be able to start mixing some stuff by next weekend!

"I know everyone always feels their newest CD is the best stuff they have done...so, I will refrain from the usual comments...but I believe you will be quite pleasantly surprised when you hear this CD."

Caffery recently revealed that this next solo album will include "a really cool metal cover of 'Get Up, Stand Up' by BOB MARLEY." He added, "It is actually a cool metal anthem!" Other working songtitles set to appear on the CD include "House of Insanity", "Shame", "Fight The Fleas", "Sorry", "Schizophrenia", "Seasons Change", "Back's To The Wall", "Solitaire", "Winter in Hamburg" and "No Matter What". The instrumental track "Schizophrenia" will contain "many guest solos," including those from Glen Drover (ex-MEGADETH), Jeff Loomis (NEVERMORE) and Alex Skolnick (TESTAMENT, TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA).

Chris Caffery's latest solo album, "Pins and Needles", was released in Europe in March 2007 via Metal Heaven Records. The CD arrived in North America on June 5 via Locomotive.


Metal House - new metal magazine

We announce a start of project allukrainian metal magazine and about looking responsible authors in team.

Metal House - edition is devoted heavy music. Among the directions a magazine reviews you will find interesting information, beginning from hard & glam metal and concluding heavy brutal death & black.
Our basic principle is to carry the most newest and claimed information to the reader.

In a magazine you will find: last news in the world of heavy music, reviews on the novelties (and not only) of CD and DVD of releases, intrevews with the known musicians, playbills of forthcoming concerts and music measures, reviews
of music instruments, reports from concerts and also a posters


ALICE COOPER: "Along Came A Spider" Artwork Revealed

Rock legend ALICE COOPER will release his new album, "Along Came A Spider", through SPV/Steamhammer on the following dates:

Germany, Austria, Switzerland: July 25
Rest of Europe: July 28
North America: July 29

Check out the CD artwork below.

"Along Came A Spider" was co-produced by Greg Hampton and Danny Saber in Los Angeles. It reportedly features guest appearances by Ozzy Osbourne, who plays harmonica on a track he co-wrote with Cooper, and Slash, who plays guitar on the record as well.

Alice recently told Billboard.biz that his forthcoming LP is "a real 'Alice' album. Conceptually, it's going to be pretty interesting."

Cooper wouldn't reveal too many details, but said the album is based on a fictional serial killer named Spider, who wraps his victims in a silk web. "Every song is sort of a letter to the police," he explains. "They think they're investigating it from the outside, but he's actually woven them into the whole thing."

"Along Came A Spider" track listing (in alphabetical order):
01. Catch Me
02. Hungry
03. I Am The Spider
04. I Know Where You Live
05. (In Touch With) Your Feminine Side
06. Killed By Love
07. Salvation
08. The One That Got Away
09. Vengeance Is Mine
10. Wake The Dead
11. Wrapped In Silk


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