Category Archives: A Lawsuit To Remember

Paul Gray’s 5 year-old daughter may file lawsuit against dad’s doctor

Posted by on May 9, 2016

Slipknot has faced its fair share of loss as a band. Not many acts can survive the death of a founding member, but they’ve been fortunate enough to move forward. It’s been almost six year since bassist Paul Gray was found dead in his hotel room from a drug overdose. Earlier this year, Gray’s doctor, […]

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Five Finger Death Punch release statement, announce counter-suit against label

Posted by on April 27, 2016

Yesterday was quite the day in news for Five Finger Death Punch. First, we saw they were being sued by their record label, Prospect Park. Then it was announced shortly after they would be embarking on a co-headlining tour with Shinedown. That’s just bad marketing, and it turns out, probably intentional on the label’s part. […]

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Paul Gray lawsuit headed to Iowa Supreme Court

Posted by on February 15, 2016

Brenna Gray, the widow of late Slipknot bassist Paul Gra,y may finally get justice following the passing of her late husband. Paul died in May 2010 from a drug overdose. If you remember, his doctor, Daniel Baldi was tried (and acquitted) of multiple involuntary manslaughter charges, some involving Gray. Brenna had filed a civil wrongful death […]

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Anthrax face $1 million lawsuit over Hanukkah sweater

Posted by on February 8, 2016

Ever think you could be sued for a sweater? Probably not. But Anthrax certainly is. Over the weekend, the band was hit with a $1 million lawsuit over the ugly Hanukkah sweaters they made last year, citing design infringement.  According to the Detroit Free Press, the alleged original creator of this design, Aaron Cummins has also named […]

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A Day To Remember Song Initially Had Tony Brummel Voicemail On it

Posted by on October 8, 2013

[youtube][/youtube]Today is a great day for fans of pop-punk/metalcore band A Day to Remember. In the midst of a lawsuit with Victory Records, the band won the right to self-release their fifth album, Common Courtesy, late last week, and the album was released today. Yet one of the tracks on the album, “The Document Speaks For […]

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