When Volbeat lead singer Michael Poulsen received a phone call from the assistant of Metallica's James Hetfield during the summer, he admitted he was skeptical. "The caller said, 'I'm James Hetfield's assistant,'" Poulsen told Noisecreep
The 1990s rockers Wickedwitch are getting a second chance. Lead singer Zak Stevens (vocals, whose credits include Circle II Circle, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Savatage), Matt Leff (guitars), Chris Rapoza (bass) and Jeff Plate (drums, whose credits include Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Savatage and Metal Church) have reformed as Machines of Grace.
"We were originally called Wickedwitch, and we formed in 1990," Stevens tells Noisecreep. "Then we came back together, renamed the band an
AM Conspiracy frontman Jason 'Gong' Jones, formerly of Drowning Pool, is tired of bands that don't write albums -- they write singles. So his goal for his Orlando, Fla.-based act's self-titled debut record was to write an album that
Arjen Lucassen, best known for his work with the Dutch prog rock band Ayeron, went through hell writing 'On This Perfect Day,' the debut album for his new project Guilt Machine. "I got divorced after 13 years," Lucassen told No
Having just wrapped up dates with Living Colour, New Jersey rockers Sekond Skyn call the experience a learning process. "I think they're all incredible musicians and legends in the industry," bassist George Pond told
Powerman 5000's Spider has mixed feelings about the name of his forthcoming album, 'Somewhere on the Other Side of Nowhere.' ", depending on your mood, is the dumbest album title ever or the grandest, most profound thing I've ever said in my life," he tells Noisecreep in this exclusive video interview.
"Really the inspiration for the title was the inspiratio
By Paul Stanley's estimation, more than one million fans have seen his band Kiss play worldwide within the last year. He calls it the biggest tour the act has done. So it makes sense that Kiss would release an album, 'Sonic Boom,' to cele
'Powerful' and 'Beautifully delivered.' Those are two ways that Dead by Sunrise listener Cheryl Cavanagh of London, describes the band's latest single, 'Let Down,' in a review she wrote about their debut album, 'Out of Ashes.'
"As we continue to listen we get to a song that I have heard man
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