Zombie, Slayer, Family Values 2001 and life after Rage for Zack
Slayer has announced the track listing and name for their upcoming release which will be in stores on July 3, 2001. The album is going to be called “God Hates Us All” and the track listing according to the band’s official website is as follows:
God Send Death
Here Comes The Pain
It also looks as if Slayer’s Kerry King may have been recruited to lend his talent to the next Rob Zombie album. The album is said to feature other guests as well. The project remains untiled but according to Zombieweb.com Rob has written 13 new songs and the album is expected to be released through Geffen Records in August.
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Family Values 2001? Rumors are flying and it looks as if Stone Temple Pilots and Staind will be two of the main artists on the tour later this year. More details as they become available.
Before that: Staind will embark
on the Open Your Eyes Tour that kicks off this week in Toronto. The three-month
tour is being sponsored by MTV and will also feature Cold and newcomers
& Fred Durst protégé’s Puddle Of Mud. Staind’s major
label sophomore release, “Break the Cycle”, will hit stores on May 22nd.
Is there life after Rage?
Zack de la Rocha is hard at work on his solo album. Roots drummer ?uestlove, who appears on six songs on the new album spoke with Sonicnet.com about the project recently and warned that the new offering is "dangerous," ?uestlove went on to tell Sonicnet. "I don't want to overhype it or underhype it, but it's scary. Crazy-fast beats per minute, a theremin, crazy synthesizer energy, Moogs, a lot of drum'n'bass sh--."
What about the Rage Against the Machine remaining members? They were reported to be in a Los Angeles studio last month working on new material with Chris Cornell the former vocalist of Soundgarden.