There isn't much metal about traditional Christmas music. Lucky for us, many of our favorite artists have made their own holiday tunes to make the end of the year a little more brutal. Some of our favorite bands have even recorded covers of holiday classics as well. You know, just in case you want to spin a couple of more familiar tunes while you open presents at your parents house. No need to offend mom on Christmas.
When the new Rob Zombie flick Lords of Salem hits debuts April 19, theater-goers will get more than just a historic-horror flick. They'll also enjoy a soundtrack carefully crafted by guitarist John 5 and Griffin Boyce. The soundtrack marks the first time John 5 has scored an ent
"I think that in a free society it's impossible to prevent all bad things from happening, but we can certainly try. I think we have to do everything in our power to ensure what happened in Sandy Hook, and sim
On March 26, Sevendust will unleash their ninth studio album Black Out the Sun. The album provides a raw and dark look into adulthood from the perspective of the five men who comprise the band. The Sevendust screams are there. The melodic tendencies ar
Fans of Otep know one thing for certain: namesake and frontwoman Otep Shamaya always speaks her mind. It's no surprise, then, that Ms. Shamaya isn't shy in explaining her decision to make the band's new album Hydra its last. Ending Otep wasn't an easy decision, but one made out
This Sunday, all eyes will be on New Orleans as the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers battle it out in the Super Bowl. In addition to the game, people also tune in for the ultra-pricey commercials and the big halftime show.
"We want to make sure that lyrically the topics are fresh, natural and real," singer Leigh Kakaty of Pop Evil tells Noisecreep. The Michigan-based rock band is back in the studio. And this time they are making a record on their
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