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Grammy Award winning hard rock powerhouse Slipknot (read Corey Taylor's Fangoria Musick List Of Doom here) have announced a string of fall tour dates, including some special appearances. The band will embark on a three week run in October, hitting mostly west coast markets. Slipknot will headline the Cypress Hill Smokeout in San Bernardino, CA on 10/24. The tour will end with Slipknot headlining the first annual Trinity of Terrors at The Pearl Concert Theater in the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas on Halloween. This run of dates will also include two previously postponed shows from last month. Sacramento’s own Deftones will provide support beginning in Portland, Or through San Bernardino, CA.
Tour dates are as follows:
10/10/09 White River Amphitheater Auburn, Wa
10/11/09 Toyota Center Kennewick, Wa
10/13/09 Memorial Coliseum Portland (w/ Deftones)
10/15/09 Pacific Coliseum Vancouver, BC (w/ Deftones)
10/16/09 Save On Foods Center Victoria, BC (w/ Deftones)
10/18/09 Shaw Conference Centre Edmonton, »
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For nearly three decades, bassist/vocalist Tom Araya, guitarists Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman, and drummer Dave Lombardo have proven over and over, whether in the studio or on the concert stage, that there is Slayer and then there's everyone else. And they're about to do it again, first with the band's co-headline spot on this summer's Mayhem Festival, and then with the late summer release of their ninth studio album, World Painted Blood (American Recordings/Columbia Records).
Some dozen new songs comprise World Painted Blood which was recorded in Los Angeles over two time periods, during October 2008 and then between late January and March 2009. World Painted Blood was produced by Greg Fidelman, who's spent time in the studio with Metallica, the Gossip, the (International) Noise Conspiracy, Slipknot and others, and executive produced by long-time Slayer colleague, Rick Rubin, who suggested Fidelman for the project.
Recording World Painted Blood was »
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Three years ago, actors Dan Butler and Richard Waterhouse purchased a mostly wooded 55-acre tract in rural Vermont -- a former chicken farm, complete with a farmhouse built in 1832. They gradually cut their ties to Los Angeles and, about a year and a half ago, began living permanently in their new home. "We were both in the mood for change and adventure," says Butler. "And when this came up, it was so illogical to me that it drew me to it. We came here and sort of let go of the struggle of how it was all going to work. And it worked out."Had the couple moved to such a remote location with the intention of retiring from show business, it might have been idyllic. But neither planned to give up his career. Butler is best known for playing Bob "Bulldog" Briscoe on TV's Frasier, and Waterhouse is an accomplished actor, »
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