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Sunday, 08 October 2006
Presented orginally as a  side-project of Paul Craddick while hestill held the rods in Enchant, Xen is about to re-emerge. It is however not known if Doug Ott and Ted Leonard will be again of the part. In addition, the drummer Paul Craddick will also appear on the next album of The Wishing Tree, a side project of Steve Rothery

From Xen myspace:

After being grounded for some time, in order to undergo maintenance and various systems-upgrades, Xen-Air flight 84k is being wheeled out of the hangar.

There's a growing sense that the weather conditions may be auspicious to take this bird into flight once again.

If the gods smile on these first, tentative steps back into the public arena, newly recorded material and live performances are likely to follow. Future Xentriloquists may include Bay Area staples Bad Platt on Bass, and Sean "Puffy" Flunders on the skins.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 October 2006 )
Opeth cancel tour to S America
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Sunday, 08 October 2006
Sweden's OPETH has posted the following message on its official web site:
"Despite trying to come to South America numerous times, it is with regret that OPETH cannot get to South America this year. [Doing] a proper headline show involves OPETH bringing a lot of equipment with them. New airline excess baggage rules mean that this equipment now has to be freighted and the costs of doing this did not make the tour financially viable. We will do our utmost to try and get to South America on the next album tour cycle."

Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 October 2006 )
Dream Theater recording
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Sunday, 08 October 2006
DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy revealed during an appearance last night (Oct. 6) on the "Friday Night Rocks" radio show on New York's Q104.3 FM that the band has ended its longtime collaboration with and is currently in talks with several labels about a possible new record deal. In addition, the group has entered a New York City studio with engineer Paul Northfield (RUSH, QUEENSRŸCHE, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, MARILYN MANSON) to begin recording its follow-up to 2005's "Octavarium", tentatively due next April/May. A few excerpts from Portnoy's "Friday Night Rocks" interview follow below:
Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 October 2006 )
Troy Donockley with Midge Ure
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Friday, 06 October 2006

Live CD with Midge Ure

The Live CD 'Duet; by Midge Ure and Troy is now available in the shop for the bargain price of £10 in p&p (UK), £11 (overseas). Troy writes:

"Back in 98/99 myself and my dear pal Midge did an extensive tour of the UK. At one of the shows a recording was made, and this has been pressed up as a 'Live Official Bootleg'. There are no overdubs and it is exactly as we performed. For a limited time (I have 100 of them) I am making them available on the site for anyone curious as to what the song 'Vienna' sounds like with just Bouzouki and Acoustic Guitar!!"


Last Updated ( Friday, 06 October 2006 )
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