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Kataklysm Frontman Has Pizza Running Through His Veins
Kataklysm may be from Montreal, but that's not stopping vocalist Maurizio Iacono from opening a pizzeria in Chicago. "I've decided to open with a very good friend of mine, Saverio Donancricchia," Iacono said. "His family has been in the pizza business for over 20 years in Chicago with Albano's Pizzeria in Cicero...
Nile Tour Dates With Ex Deo
Right now, North Carolina's Egypt-obsessed death metal pugilists Nile are getting ready for a tour in the Down Under, which starts in Aukland, New Zealand on May 21. But the band is looking forward to returning to North America on Halloween to launch 'Those Whom the Gods Detest Tour II' in Raleigh, N...
Kataklysm, ‘Push the Venom’ — New Album
Even though he was busy with his side project Ex Deo for much of 2009, that didn't delay Kataklysm frontman Maurizio Iacono from digging into songs for his main band's next album. Kataklysm have just finished the writing process for the record, 'Heaven's Venom,' which is tentatively scheduled for release in the fall of 2010...
Hypocrisy, Ex Deo Tour Hindered by U.S. Immigration Snags
On Nov. 6 in Springfield, Va., Hypocrisy and Ex Deo are scheduled to hit the road with Ensiferum for a brief U.S. tour. Only Ex Deo and Hypocrisy can't get into the country because immigration won't grant them visas. First, Ex Deo revealed on Monday that they'd be forced to drop off the tour, which also features Blackguard and Swashbuckle...
White Noise: News on Alice In Chains, Poison The Well, Municipal Waste, Dethklok and More
Illegal downloading has hobbled the music industry over the last decade, and try as they might, labels and musicians have been unable to quell online leaks and file sharing. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em, right? Late last night, the publicists for Smashing Pumpkins issued a press release announcing that Billy Corgan, the band's sole remaining founding member, would be releasing a new album call
Kataklysm Frontman Plants Seeds for Ex Deo in High School
Like many of us, Ex Deo frontman Maurizio Iacono, who also spends his time with Kataklysm, didn't pay all that much attention in school. History class was a glaring exception. "It was the only subject I loved," he tells Noisecreep. "Learning about ancient Rome was especially interesting to me...

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