PROBOT !!!

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posted on Feb, 10 2004 @ 06:40 AM
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I just downloaded the PROBOT album.

Probot is a new metal band formed my Dave Grohl (Ex-Nirvana, Foo Fighters) and several well known figures in the heavy metal world. For example Max Cavalera (Ex-Sepultura, Soulfly), Lemmy Kilmister (Ex-Hawkwind, Motorhead).

It's an amazing album, and I'm deffinately gonna buy it (as soon as I get me paycheck
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Probot features some sick metal gods:
CRONOS (VENOM)
MAX CAVALREA (SOULFLY, SEPULTURA)
LEMMY (MOTORHEAD)
MIKE DEAN (CORROSION OF CONFORMITY)
KURT BRECHT (D.R.I.)
LEE DORRIAN ( CATHEDRAL / NAPALM DEATH)
WINO (PLACE OF SKULLS / THE OBSESSED, ST. VITUS)
TOM G. WARRIOR( CELTIC FROST)
SNAKE (VOÏVOD)
ERIC WAGNER (TROUBLE)
KING DIAMOND (MERCYFUL FATE)


Tracklist:


01 Centuries of sin (feat. Cronos/Venom)

02 Red war (feat. Max Cavalera/Soulfly)

03 Shake your blood (feat. Lemmy/Motörhead)

04 Access Babylon (feat. Mike Dean(C.O.C.)

05 Silent spring (feat. Kurt Brecht/D.R.I.)

06 Ice cold man (feat. Lee Dorrian/Cathedral)

07 The emerald law (feat. Wino/Obsessed)

08 Big sky (feat. Tom G. Warrior/Celtic Frost)

09 Dictatosaurus (feat. Snake/Voivod)

10 My tortured soul (feat. Eric Wagner/Trouble)

11 Sweet dreams (feat. King Diamond)



GET THIS ALBUM!!




posted on Feb, 10 2004 @ 07:13 AM
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Does it have a punk sound or more speed?

Basically, is there any rythym at all? I'm into bass and drums.



posted on Feb, 10 2004 @ 07:55 AM
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Yeah, you can say it has a punk sound to it, but it basically is modern heavy metal.
You can clearly hear the influences from the bands that worked on the album, and the bands Dave Grohl worked with.

It's a #ing amazing album!!!

Red War with Max is an AWESOME track



posted on Feb, 10 2004 @ 09:21 PM
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I keep hearing it as Motorhead.

But yes, there is a touch of Killing Joke about a certain track I heard. I haven't heard any QOTSA likenesses yet.

Hawkwind were still a fun band after Lemmy. I saw them three or so years ago. There was a balding 80 year old headbanger in the moshpit, but the moshing was very cruisy.



posted on Feb, 12 2004 @ 06:52 AM
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Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
I haven't heard any QOTSA likenesses yet.

*To my opinion* "The Emerald Law" is quite like QOTSA



posted on Feb, 12 2004 @ 10:44 AM
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damit i have to wait till monday to buy it they sold out of imports from the us dam



posted on Feb, 13 2004 @ 07:00 PM
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Two things.

1. Zion, I just reread your first post and noticed you "downloaded" the Probot album. Is that cheaper than buying it these days? Good result? How much did you pay?

2. QOTSA. I met Oliveri and Homme early last year. Their relationship sure wasn't strained then. What gives...?


Members Exit Queens of the Stone Age

14/02/2004 06:00 AM
Jonathan Cohen

NEW YORK (Billboard) - In an unexpected turn of events, Queens Of The Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri and vocalist Mark Lanegan have exited the California-based rock act.

Oliveri and Queens frontman Josh Homme have been friends since high school and played together in revered underground rock combo Kyuss before joining forces in Queens, but their relationship has apparently become irretrievably strained in recent months.

The band's status was not immediately cleaqr. Representatives did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

As recently as Jan. 30, Oliveri posted on the Web site (www.mondogenerator.com...) of his side project, Mondo Generator, that he was writing songs for the next Queens album and planned to hit the studio with the band in May or June. The group had been taking a break after a grueling, nearly two-year tour in support of its breakthrough Interscope album, Songs for the Deaf.

Ex-Screaming Trees frontman Lanegan has been a fixture in Queens since the tour in support of 2000's "Rated R." A message on his official Web site (www.marklanegan.com...) reads, "Mark is officially no longer playing with Queens Of The Stone Age as to devote more time to his own band. His new album, Bubblegum, is finished and will be out in late spring 2004. Cheers to the worlds greatest rock band Queens Of The Stone Age and many thanks to their fans."

Homme is in the midst of a European tour with his side band the Eagles Of Death Metal, which will release its debut album, Peace, Love and Death Metal, March 23 via Ipecac. His ongoing project Desert Sessions will perform live in early May at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., with a lineup that has yet to be announced.





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