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Smashing Pumpkins
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Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 17 December 2006
The reactivated SMASHING PUMPKINS likely will return to the stage for the first time since their final December 2000 concert "at some European festivals this summer," according to a post on the band's MySpace page. Meanwhile, the PUMPKINS continue plugging away at their reunion album. "We are four songs deep and about a hundred guitars in," writes drummer Jimmy Chamberlin.

The PUMPKINS' forthcoming LP, which is being produced by Roy Thomas Baker (QUEEN, THE CARS), is slated for release next year.

Mainman Billy Corgan announced the reactivation of the SMASHING PUMPKINS last year. Aside from himself and Chamberlin, it is unknown whether original guitarist James Iha, original bassist D'Arcy Wretzky or latter-day bass player Melissa Auf der Maur will be involved in the project.

No title has been revealed for the new PUMPKINS album, the first since 2000's "MACHINA/The Machines of God".

Corgan debuted several new songs at a low-key show with WHO guitarist Pete Townshend on November 7 in Los Angeles.
 
Subtacto Progfest 2007 - Pendragon
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Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 17 December 2006
We are happy to confirm that the english band Pendragon has been confirmed for the Subtacto Progfest 2007.

Pendragon really doesn't need any introduction for progressive rock fans, and it's for sure that they will be a exciting and valuable addition to our festivals line-up.

We are also proud over the fact that this will be the bands first performance in Norway, about time! We hope that it will not take 23 years until next time the band visits Norway!

Pendragon released they first album back in 1985, "The Jewel" (some tracks already released the year before as the EP "Fly High Fall Far"), and their last album so far is "Believe" in 2005.

They also have a live DVD out, named ""And Now Everybody To The Stage".

Pendragon joins the already confirmed line-up of A.C.T (Sweden) and the three norwegian bands Magic Pie, White Willow and Wobbler. Three more bands is expected to join the final line-up.

The Subtacto Progfest will be held at the world famous venue Holmenkollen in Oslo, Norway saturday 4th of august 2007.
 
Porcupine Tree dates UK 2007
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Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 17 December 2006
The first PORCUPINE TREE 2007 tour dates to coincide with the release of the band's new album in April 2007 (through Roadrunner in Europe and Atlantic in the US) have been announced. The tour will commence with the longest string of UK dates the band have undertaken for several years:

18th April : GLASGOW, ABC
19th April : NEWCASTLE, Academy
20th April : PRESTON, 53 Degrees
22nd April : NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
23rd April : WOLVERHAMPTON, Wulfren
24th April : BRISTOL, Academy
25th April : CAMBRIDGE, Junction
29th April : LONDON, Forum
Details of booking websites and telephone hotlines can be found on the tour dates page, but please note that in most cases tickets for these shows will not be on sale until late December. As many of the band's recent shows have been selling out, booking tickets in advance is definitely advisable (especially for London).

Many more tour dates announcements to follow.

 
Caamora
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Written by RogorMortis   
Friday, 15 December 2006
CAAMORA

After playing a series of European dates, Caamora (Clive Nolan and Agneiszka Swita) continued their 'Closer' tour with a series of  South America shows where the reaction was reported as warm and enthusiastic.  Caamora would like to thank everyone who helped make all these dates  possible, and who looked after them so well.

The duo will pick up again early in January, initially with a series of shows in Poland, but with more in the pipeline including a return to South America (see our tour dates page).

Following on from their 'Closer' EP, Caamora have also agreed to release two singles in the lead up to their eagerly anticipated debut album "She".  These will feature new material specially written for the singles as well as songs from the forthcoming album.


 
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