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New Album Deets, Out now, Ain't gonna happen, Theft and Infomercial

The WQLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for 92.7 WQLZ, The Rock Station


New album deets


More is to be known about the new Korn album. Titled "The Paradigm Shift," there'll will be a sacrament to be had this October. It's the first album from the band featuring Brian "Head" Welch in over seven years. Details about the album are accompanied by word that Jonathan Davis had his own struggles treating depression with drugs and detoxing off those antidepressants in a quote “ghetto” rehab … so working on the album was magical and necessary experience. The album comes out October 1st.


Fake blood, strategically placed electrical tape and big smiles!
Butcher Babies: Fake blood, strategically placed electrical tape and big smiles!

Out now


Speaking of new albums, Butcher Babies new album Goliath is out now! If you haven’t yet, check out the hottest thing to hit the metal scene in years … Butcher Babies are seriously smoking hot!


Ain't gonna happen


Well, that's a nail in the coffin ... Vinnie Paul, the brother of Dimebag Darrell and drummer of Pantera says there's no way the band will get back together. So, whatever rumblings you're hearing ... drop it. It ain't gonna happen!




Well, that blows ... Corey Taylor from Slipknot and Stone Sour fame was robbed of $36,000 in Music Gear. The really bogus part is the culprit is a friend of his that was looking out for the singer's house. Stuff was jacked from both Taylor's home and storage unit. And, what even sucks more is that two basses originally owned by deceased bassist Paul Gray were also taken. It’s reported that several of Taylor’s real friends tipped the singer and police off to the thefts and that someone was attempting to sell some of the items at a music store in Iowa. If you can’t trust your friends, who can you trust? What a bummer of a story.




Queens of the Stone Age’s album … Like Clockwork already went No. 1 on it's debut and now the band decides to put out an infomercial. The glory of the whole deal is you don't have to watch crummy late night TV. The four-minute long spot is posted to the web promotes the USB thumb-drive version of the album. You can order it now for around $30.00. Cool thing, as with every G.D. infomercial, they'll thrown in an addition thumb-drive at NO ADDITIONAL COST!



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