Having kicked off the Rob Zombie tour on Oct. 29 in Phoenix, Ariz., one of the opening bands -- the Danish-American psychobilly band Nekromantix -- reports that the jaunt is going well. "It's going really good actually," vocalist/bassist Kim Nekroman told Noisecreep. "It's obviously
In recording his band's acoustic EP, 'Cut the Chord,' Nonpoint singer Elias Soriano was tasked with a difficult job -- making the songs fan favorites all over again. "We wanted people to listen to it and feel like, 'Wow. What a great, interesting tw
Jason Decay, singer/bassist for the Toronto-based heavy metal band Cauldron, is pleasantly surprised at how well his act's tour is going with Municipal Waste. "It's quite a diverse and extreme lineup," Decay told Noisecreep in Tempe, Ariz. "I just
It's pretty major for a young band to have the backing of Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor. But the eccentric frontman is known to take care of his own. Take Ilan Rubin for one. The man behind the New Regime drummed for Nine Inch Nai
Multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated Papa Roach have partnered with World Hunger Year to continue their mission to raise funds and awareness for organizations who are working toward finding answers to hunger, poverty and homelessness.
The cause is one that's close to lead singer Jacoby Shaddix's heart.
Sticking with his character of Krell the goblin, the lead singer/multi-instrumentalist of the fright metal act Goblin Lor tells Noisecreep he is selfish: too selfish to tour, too selfish to do in-store appearances.
"Goblins do not do things for human desire," Krell said. "Goblin
With the influx of music pirating, wrestler-turned-rock-star Chris Jericho is thankful for fans who spend their hard-earned money on CDs by his band Fozzy. So he decided to do something special for the release of
An avid reader, Flyleaf guitarist Sameer Bhattacharya was so moved by Victor Hugo's 'Les Miserables' and John Eldredge's 'Wild at Heart' that he wrote a song about them. The result is 'Set Apart This Dream,' which appears on 'Memento Mori,'
There's nothing but love on Puddle of Mudd's tour supporting their fourth studio set, the appropriately named 'Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love and Hate.' These days, lead singer/guitarist Wes Scantlin has nothing to complain about. "
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