News for January 2015
BENIGHTED has revealed that its previously announced live album in celebration of the band's fifteenth anniversary will be entitled Brutalive The Sick and will be released on the 23rd of February, 2015.
ARAPACIS, the Montreal, Canada female-fronted hard rock/metal band, with guitarist Jerry Fielden and singer Shelle Macpherson at the helm, has just released its fourth full-length CD.
SEPTICFLESH has recruited Kerim "Krimh" Lechner (DECAPITATED, BEHEMOTH, etc.) as its drummer following the departure of Fotis Benardo (a.k.a. Fotis Gianakopoulos) from the band.
Drummer Stefan Schwarzman and guitarist Herman Frank have left ACCEPT. The duo will continue with PANZER. In a separate interview Frank has lamented his not being permitted to write songs for ACCEPT.
Drummer Francesco Jovino has left U.D.O. for personal reasons. The group is seeking a replacement. A tour is planned for March. U.D.O.'s latest album, Decadent, will be released on January 26th through AFM.
The band that split up years ago: SCORPIONS will release a new album, Return To Forever, on February 23rd.