21:54 - Netzach Only good thing about Anette was that the papers started writing "Finnish/Swedish band" :p But yeah they are notorious for firing singers in very public ways, most of the time a simple message is enough
21:52 - Sunny Pagliaccio Nightwish: beautiful music with ugly stories. They parted both with Tarja and Anette in a very disgraceful manner. XD
21:50 - Netzach The live DVD "End of an Era" is difficult to watch knowing what was to happen straight after the show
21:49 - Sunny Pagliaccio Well it was an open letter to her and she was practically crying when talking about it on the interviews. They've been with her for 10 years, I don't think that whatever problem there was this was the right way to part. =/
21:47 - Netzach Sunny yeah I never trusted the official story on that incident :p Not into power/symphonic that much anymore but this was the band that got me into metal so kinda I owe them my attention..
The cover artwork for Motörheads new album Kiss Of Death, as well as tracklisting are revealed. Due on August 29 via Sanctuary Records, the follow-up to 2004's "Inferno" was produced by Cameron Webb, who also worked with the group on their last effort. A new Motörhead track, entitled "Kingdom of the Worm", received its world premiere on May 19 during Motörhead mainman Lemmy Kilmister's appearance on the "Jonesy's Jukebox" radio show on Indie 103.1 FM.
Lemmy is featured in the June 2006 issue of Maxim magazine as one of the top 10 "Living Legends of Sex." Also appearing in the issue are Jack Nicholson, Julio Iglesias, Gene Simmons, Charlie Sheen and Magic Johnson, among others.
"Kiss of Death" track listing:
02. One Night Stand
03. Devil I Know
05. Under The Gun
06. God Was Never On Your Side
07. Living In The Past
09. Sword of Glory
10. Be My Baby
11. Kingdom of the Worm
12. Going Down