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October 23, 2002
Discorporate Music has reached an agreement with aggressive, progressive metal act
Fear Absolute from Fredericton, New Brunswick to
issue the band's debut release early in 2003. A February release date is anticipated, and the album will be called
Apprehension. To read more about Fear Absolute, visit their site
October 2, 2002
Cephalectomy has announced that they will begin recording a follow-up album to Sign Of Chaos.
The new recording is tentatively titled War Must Follow.... Recording sessions are expected
to begin within the next couple of months.
Also, Discorporate Music's much maligned stay in Miramichi, New Brunswick is coming to a close. The company will be
relocating back to Halifax, Nova Scotia over the (Canadian) Thanksgiving weekend. The new address will be posted as
soon as the move is complete. If you intend to send mail to Discorporate Music before then, you should wait until the
new address is posted before sending your package.
July 5, 2002
Discorporate Music will be relocating to Miramichi, NB on July 14th. The new mailing
address will be posted shortly after the move has been completed. If you have any questions
or comments, send them to the usual address.
April 20, 2002
In conjunction with the Maritime Metal site,
Discorporate Music has created the Maritime Metal Message Board.
The message board is now online and is acquiring new members everyday. Come see what all
the fuss is about.
March 22, 2002
Cephalectomy is seeking a drummer to enable
the band to play in a live setting. According to a source from within the band, the ideal
candidate would be "a drummer that can grind like the devil himself...". Additionally,
overall speed, endurance and overtly-anal technical ability would be strong assets for the
successful candidate. Interested parties can contact the band at
Martyr is officially scheduled to play in Halifax on May 11th at the Pavilion all-ages club. Do
not miss this show. Also, do not hold your breath for the next Dichotic album to be
released. It might still happen, but needless to say, the release date is indefinite.
February 21, 2002
While this might be of little significance to the rest of the world, in Halifax, Nova
Scotia, it's big news when a band like Martyr comes to town. Rumour has it that Quebec's
technical metal wizards are planning to play a show in Halifax this May. Stay tuned for details.
February 8, 2002
Sad news struck the Halifax hardcore/metal/rave scenes earlier this week when
long-time supporter and participant Nick Oxner passed away. He will be
sorely missed. His bandmates Flesh Made To Suffer are playing tonight (February 8th)
at TKO in Halifax. The show starts at 7:30PM. Attend if you can and pay tribute to a dear friend.
A bursary fund for Music Camp has been established in Nick's name. Donations may be sent to
Dartmouth Music Centre, c/o Susan Logan, 35 Major Street, Dartmouth, NS B2X 1A7, Canada.
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