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Disinformation's Homepage

This is a brand new Disinformation website. Note that it is still apart of The River of Deceit.


The Latest News:
As you know by now, Mad Season is undergoing some major changes. First, Layne Staley is not going to be the lead singer on the next record. This has been rumored to be because of many things, but the most sensible reason is because he wants to spend more time with his family. Mark Lanegan, of the Screaming Trees fame is taking over the lead singing duties. He sung on two songs on Mad Season's Above, Long Gone Day and I'm Above. The second major change is the new name. Mad Season's new name, as of now, is "Disinformation". The album may be of the same title. The music has been written, possibly recorded. Lanegan is either done with lyrics or finishing them up. The album is tenatively scheduled for a Fall 1998 release. We'll keep you posted.
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WWW Message Board

CDNOW

Which Name
is better?

Disinfo.
Mad Season

Please note
That the
address is
"Disnfo", not
"Disinfo".

Recent Website Updates:
On March 8th, 1998, this page was created to inform you on the changes and revalations in Mad Season. Any webpage updates and changes will be posted.
Links of Interest for You:
To get to some links of interest, you may click here for Disinformation links (there isn't much of them), or click here for a bunch of Mad Season related links. Link of the Month: The River of Deceit. What else? :-)
Words From The Fans:
To leave your thoughts with other Mad Season/Disinformation fans, you may click here to access a message board, where anyone and everyone can leave a message. Go ahead, tell your thoughts about all of this to everyone. If need be, my e-mail address is dsmith4@home.com.
Thoughts from the Webmaster:
I personally can't wairt for some new music. Mike McCready is the best guitarist in Pearl Jam, and their last album was just great. I do, however, wish that Layne was on it. No offense to Mark Lanegan, but Alice in Chains have always been one of my favorite groups. I'm glad that they finally decided to do a new album. My only fear is that it will turn out like Pearl Jam's No Code, which I really didn't like too much. Pearl Jam's new CD, Yeild, is good, however. Anyways, if it's these guys, a good CD will come out.

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