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March 10, 2006

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Welcome Back Tool

March 10, 2006 05:08:30 GMT

After a five-years-hiatus, fans of music group Tool will happily welcome their idol's coming back to music scene as the rock act has prepared their new album titled "10,000 Days" for a May 2nd release date.

Details on the new set have yet been revealed, except that it is of Volcano Records project. And subsequent to the release of "10,000 Days", Tool will headline the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival on April 30 in Indio, Calif, which will mark its first U.S. show since late 2002.
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The Lineup for the Annual Ozzfest

March 10, 2006 04:51:49 GMT

The annual Ozzfest hard-rock tour is coming and names included in the lineup slated to perform at the event have also been announced. Ozzy Osbourne is one among many who has been tapped to perform for 10 shows. The singer will be teamed up with such musicians as System of a Down, Disturbed, Hatebreed, Lacuna Coil and another major act to be announced on May 23.

The tour, begins July 1 in San Francisco, will play at least 20 cities. Some other musicians slated to perform include Black Label Society, Atreyu, Unearth, Bleeding Through, Norma Jean, A Life Once Lost, Strapping Young Lad, The Red Chord, Full Blown Chaos, All That Remains and Between The Buried And Me.
News > Movie News

Jon Avnet Entering the "Second World"

March 10, 2006 04:34:11 GMT

Jon Avnet is going to do his best for the upcoming movie "Second World", for which he's been attached to direct. Besides directing, he also will take the producer seat alongside Randall Emmett and George Furla.

From a script written by Scott King, "Second World" is an action thriller which story revolves around a top assassin -- and mother -- who must stop a deadly virus from spreading. But in order to halt the potential pandemic, she must team up with the virus' creator, who also is her target.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Beckhams Reached Settlement With Newspaper

March 10, 2006 04:03:41 GMT

U.K. sensational couple, David Beckham and wife Victoria Adams, has reportedly reached an out of court settlement regarding their libel case against News of the World, a British tabloid that claimed the couple's marriage was a sham. Just for everybody to know, the husband-and-wife have previously seeking libel damages against the newspaper over an article within that carried the headline: "Posh and Becks on the Rocks."

"The defamation proceedings brought by David and Victoria Beckham against the News of the World have been resolved on a confidential basis," the couple's spokeswoman, Jo Milloy, said in a statement Thursday. And so, the superstar duo received undisclosed damages from the tabloid over the September 2004 article which claimed the spouses were pretending to be happily married for the purpose of financial gain.
News > Celebrity Gossip

The King of Pop Ordered to Shut Down Neverland

March 10, 2006 03:21:29 GMT

Is Michael Jackson go bankrupt? Well at least it seems so. The king of pop has on Thursday March 9th, 2006 been ordered by California authorities to shut down his Neverland Valley Ranch for failing to pay his employees or maintain proper insurance.

The decision to close Jacko's sprawling ranch in the central California foothills was taken soon after the State Labor Commissioner office discovered that his worker's compensation policy had lapsed in January. Dean Fryer, the Department of Industrial Relations spokesman, explained "We went out there this morning and issued a stop order to the security guard at the front gate. We asked to be escorted in to meet management, but we were refused and turned away, so we gave the order to (the guard)."
 
 
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