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Lamb Of God: ‘Wrath’ Track Listing Revealed

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Richmond, Virginia metallers LAMB OF GOD have finalized the track listing for their fifth album, “Wrath”, due in North America via Epic on February 24. The CD will be issued in other territories through Roadrunner Records. “Wrath” was produced by Josh Wilbur and was recorded in studios in New York, Virginia, and New Hampshire.

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Rock Ethos 2009

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In 2008, Bangalore witnessed, for the first ever time, an all-day rock and metal show, called Rock Ethos. The objective of the show was to promote original music. A statement that our bands no longer rely on covers to sell popularity. Well, Rock Ethos is back this 2009 and this is what the Festival Art Director VT Srinivas had to say:

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Sneak preview of Maiden’s setlist

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For the purpose of all those who want to turn into Maiden fans on the eve of the concert, here are the songs they’ve been playing throughout their ‘Somewhere Back in Time’ tour. This has been the band’s rough playlist right from their first show at Mumbai. Go ahead, google and learn up the lyrics. Quick!

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Upcoming albums in 2009

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2009, at least as of now, promises to be a year of good releases. Actually, that depends on how well the bands live up to our expectations. Anyway, here’s a list of albums that are scheduled to be released in the next 2 months:

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ANTHRAX covers AC/DC and more, on upcoming album

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In a recent interview with Anthrax rhythm guitarist, Scott Ian, it was revealed that the band has recorded “We Die Young” by Alice in Chains, “New Noise” by Refused, “Brain of J.” by Pearl Jam and “Whole Lotta Rosie” by AC/DC in the studio. The band has also been very particular about how they’ve covered the songs.

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Opeth – The Prologue

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In a country where metal concerts are put under the same category as live bands in dance bars, one will understand the frequency and the freedom with which ‘real’ shows occur. Even during those occasional music festivals, justice is never done to a metal band because of sound problems. In competitions, judges always seem to have an aversion towards non-clean[…]

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