AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd will fight all three charges laid against him.
Rudd’s lawyer Paul Mabey QC told a New Zealand court hearing that not guilty pleas on charges of threatening to kill, possessing cannabis and possessing methamphetamine were entered within the past week.
The case will next be before Tauranga District Court on February 10 and will go to a judge-alone trial later in the year.
Rudd, who was excused from appearing at court on Tuesday, was also charged with attempting to procure a murder when he first appeared in court on November 6.
But the charge was dropped a day later after crown solicitor Greg Hollister-Jones reviewed the file.
Judge Thomas Ingram granted name suppression to three people on the grounds of hardship, and fair trial reasons for a fourth person.
He refused media applications to view the court file on the grounds that the Crown would release a brief summary of facts to media.