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So... [08 Dec 2006|05:46pm]

What's going on with this journal nowadays??? Hope it's still going on. :)
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[02 Jul 2006|11:28am]

Ok so I just went back and deleted all the old posts form the first TTJOD except the first pictrue post I made of it before it was sent out. I thought getting rid of all those posts about where it had gone would be a good start for TTJOD V.II

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[02 Jul 2006|10:12am]

[ mood | determined ]

AHOY snuffytherabbit You're first on the TTJOD list, if you email me your address I'll post it to you tomorrow on my way to work. I was going to mail it to Christina aka crisangwich but I just checked the list and you're first, so if you want it lemme know ok? kimwest66 at optusnet.com.au If you don't want it, lemme know too, cos then I WILL mail it to Christina.

It's started! FINALLY!

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My Space. [13 May 2006|04:59pm]

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FINALLY. [13 May 2006|04:47pm]

[ mood | WOOOOO! ]

What's that? Whatever happened to The Travelling Journal of Doooom!? (TTJOD)

Well, jeez I dunno....Collapse )

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Metal History [05 Aug 2004|11:41am]

This will be cross posted EVERYWHERE. I suggest you pass this onto anyone you think might be interested.

The feature length documentary METAL: A HEADBANGER'S HISTORY, to be released by Sanctuary Records in 2005, will begin filming July 30th in Oslo Norway. The film will take us on a global journey to understand the meaning of metal and its impact on society over the past 35 years. Interviews with musicians, fans, metal experts and detractors combined with rare stock footage will lead the viewer through the rich world of metal's exhilarating musical highs as well as its shocking controversial lows. This film will give us a unique insight into this often-misunderstood art form and will be seen as its definitive documentary for years to come. In the words of the film's writer/creator Sam Dunn, "Heavy metal is one of the most important cultural movements to emerge in last 40 years. I thought it was about time that someone gave metal the thoughtful, in-depth treatment it has long deserved." Banger Productions, the film's producers, are also putting out the call to metal's super-fans from around the world in hopes of featuring them in the film. They are inviting fans to contact them with pictures and emails telling them why they you should be the ones to be interviewed. They are also looking for information on metal concerts, DJ nights and underground record stores in the locations they will be filming. The production is also seeking unique and rare video footage of anything metal-related: (1) footage of significant metal concerts, (2) interview footage with metal's key artists, (3) landmark events in metal's history (censorship trials, riots, etc.), and (4) footage of metal fans congregating, or being interviewed, at various points in history - from the early 70s to the present. All inquiries and contributions are welcome.

Contact Information: Banger Productions info@metalhistory.com www.metalhistory.com
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First Pics. [01 Sep 2003|01:05am]

[ mood | chipper ]

First Pics of The Travelling Journal Of DOOM!Collapse )

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