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tr00 and False: The first week of the New Year reviewed!

It’s hard to be tr00. In this new Metal Injection feature, every week, the editors of, Axl Rosenberg and Vince Neilstein, will dissect the week’s stories and decide which stories are deemed worthy of the title “tr00″and admonish all posers who are false and upset the metal gods. Here are this week’s entries:

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Released completely transparent accounting for the Saul Williams album he recently produced and subsequently made available via the Radiohead "pay as you wish" model (sort of: either free or $5). Of the 154,449 who downloaded it, 18.3% (28,322) of those people chose to pay. Though Reznor expressed some disappointment, he pointed out the pluses and continues to look toward the future.

Young prog-metal up and comers released a new video from their forthcoming album Fortres, due January 29, drawing comparisons to Dillinger Escape Plan, Sikth, and At the Drive In.

Dave Mustaine announced a scaled back 2008 edition of his summer touring package Gigantour, featuring Megadeth, In Flames, Children of Bodom, Job For A Cowboy, and High on Fire. Though the number of bands and size of venues will be more like a Mediumsizetour, the lineup kicks ass.


Singer no one gives a shit about signs to record labels no one has ever heard of. Because playing with ex-GNR drummer Steven Adler does not a star make.

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Insulted his MySpace friends and complained that people weren't buying his new CD because of illegal downloading, all the while coming off like a complete, out-of-touch idiot.

Album sales dropped 21% during the holiday season of 2007 from their sales in 2006. With cuts in shelf space sure to follow in 2008, the CD is just about done.

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