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Tuesday, April 10, 2001 A Publication of the Newspeak Association Volume No. 66, Issue 10

Front Page
-Student Pugwash conference calls for individual responsibility
-Tough Questions, Real Answers
-Student techniques for procrastination abound

News
-News Headlines
-NASA hopes to snap losing streak with Odyssey
-Scientists say precious metals originated in neutron-star
-Police Log

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-Extremists and the men who hate them
-Imposter rents videos, seeks psychiatric help
-China joins lengthening string of leadership tests for Bush
-Tax Cut Reminiscent of "Trickle-Down" Economics
-The little things...

Letters to the Editor
-Response to Mr. Sherman's Letter
-A spring scene at WPI

Features
-Free Stuff Anyone? lastest job fair supplies goodies
-New special interest housing approved

Arts & Entertainment
-Annual Metal and Hardcore fest stomps through Worcester again
-WWPI brings The Carla Ryder Band to WPI
-Shane Koyczan's poetry infuses audience with energy
-Vapor Transmission tour visits the Palladium
-What's Happening

Announcements
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Sports
-Women's Lacrosse flattens Framingham 19-2
-Kaufman named national coaching VP
-Score Board
-Upcoming Contests

Annual Metal and Hardcore fest stomps through Worcester again


by Rachel C. Copeland
Graphics Editor

To all who attended the 2 Annual Metal and Hardcore Fest last year, this years festivals look just as promising. The 3 annual New England is to be held at the Palladium on April 13 and 14. The Friday line up is the biggest yet and consists of Cannibal Corpse, Dimmu Borgir, The Haunted, Lamb of God, Malevolent Creation, Catastrophic (ex-Obituary), and Monstrosity. Cannibal Corpse, a band out of New York, preformed a killer show last year. Their presence this year is definitely a must see.

If you need another reason to attend, Dimmu Borgir is also an awesome black/heavy metal band from Norway. Their aggressive guitar and drum work, haunting keyboard melodies, and raw vocals, as well as their opera like vocal style portals the bands unique style. If you're into black/ heavy metal inspired by 1980's and classical music, then you cannot miss the New England Metal Fest.

Saturday's line-up will include Meshuggah, Amorphis, Opeth, Shadows Fall, Dying Fetus, Gorguts, God Forbid, Zao, Living Sacrifice, All Out War, Diecast, and Skinless. Other acts appearing on the festival include All That Remains, Poison the Well, God Below, Exhumed, Cannae, The Hope Conspiracy, Killswitch Engage, Nullset, One King Down, Blood Has Been Shed, and Vital Remains.

Record labels, vendors, and record distributors will set up shop in the balcony of the upstairs room. Century Media, Earache, Wonderdrug, Hydrahead, Relapse, and Metal Blade have all made their presence at this show an annual event. Band signings have also become a popular part of the festival. Advance tickets are $25 for Friday, April 13 and $30 for Saturday, April 14. Two-day passes are $50. Tickets go on sale Saturday, February 17 at all Strawberries Record Stores, online at http://www.tickets.com, or by calling tickets.com at (800) 477-6849.


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