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Terra Relicta Top 20 Of 2016



01. The Human Voice - Silent Heart
02. Trees Of Eternity
- Hour Of The Nightingale
03. Darkher
- Realms
04. Aeon Sable
- Hypaerion
05. The Foreshadowing
- Seven Heads Ten Horns
06. NU:N
- Naked Until Noema
07. Cryo Chamber Collaboration
- Nyarlathotep
08. In The Woods...
- Pure
09. Klimt 1918
- Sentimentale Jugend
10. Terra Tenebrosa
- The Reverses

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DANZIG - Lawsuit Thrown Out Of Court

Do you remember when we wrote that Glenn Danzig is suing his former Misfits bandmate Jerry Only over alleged lost earnings? If not, then check the article over HERE. Now the trial finally went to court last week and the judge quickly dismissed it. On 6th August, a USA district judge dismissed the case on the grounds of improper filing. According to Re-tox.com, which has been covering the case from the beginning: The primary failure, according to the court order, was that Danzig failed to state a claim upon which relief may be granted (i.e. his arguments just weren’t up to snuff). Unfortunately, according to the judge, Danzig failed to allege which terms of the 1994 agreement Only actually breached. In the ruling, the judge notes that the merchandise provision of the 1994 agreement grants each co-owner (Danzig, Only, whoever) the “non-exclusive right to conduct merchandising and to exploit other rights relating to the use and exploitation of the name Misfits.” AND that each will retain 100% of what each earns individually from exploiting these merchandising rights. It's also reported that within the agreement, neither Danzig nor Only have to pay the other party in the event one makes more profit than the other. So, Danzig is pretty screwed here. For now, this case is over, but Danzig could always amend his complaint and send it back to court. Link