There's a phenomenon sweeping the nation -- and it's called Twilight. No, not the kiddie vampire series of books and movies. We're talking about the veritable super group of underground American black metal luminaries, Blake Judd (Nachtmystium), Jef Whitehead aka Wrest (Leviathan, Lurker of Chalice) and N. Imperial (Krieg). The trio joined with Aaron Turner (Isis), Stavros Giannopolous (the Atlas Moth) and Sanford Parker
When I saw Indian live a few months ago in their hometown of Chicago, I was thoroughly impressed. It seemed like a completely different band from the one that recorded 'Slights and Abuse/The Sychophant' and 'The Unquiet Sky,' their two previous full-lengths. The new material seemed significantly more violent and aggress
New York trio Castevet are not an easy band to wrap your head around. Ask five different people what their music sounds like and you'll get five completely different answers. "Considering that there is a wide array of comparisons being thro
The Body -- no, not wrestler-cum-governor Jesse Ventura, rather the Providence, R.I.-based experimental doom duo -- have dropped a new album, 'All the Waters of Earth Turned to Blood,' via At a Loss. The limited-to-500, double-gatefold vinyl edition is available
Misanthropic doom purveyors Coffinworm -- hailing from the unlikeliest of places, Indiana -- have unleashed one of 2010's most vicious record recently via the en fuego Profound Lore. The album is entitled 'When All Became None,' which I can only assume is
Appalachia's U.S. Christmas are a band that defy convention. They have what some consider a quirky name. They have a violin player and not one, but two drummers. They don't play metal, but they can often be found sharing stages with metal bands such a
Well, the new Zoroaster track, "Black Hole," is 'black' not only in name, but also in sound. The song retains much of Zoroaster's signature southern-fried sludge demeanor, but unexpectedly features a layer of reverb-soaked black metal riffing. If the galloping, in-your-face "Black Hole" is an accurate representation of Zoroaster'
Appalachian troubadours U.S. Christmas will be releasing 'Run Thick in the Night,' their fifth album, this fall via Neurot Recordings. The band, whose quirky name is pulled from the 1973 Sam Peckinpah fi
Canadian powerviolence purveyors the Endless Blockade are a busy bunch. They have a split with Bastard Noise out via 20 Buck Spin/Deep Six, a forthcoming split with Unearthly Trance, a discography CD on the way, a death metal side project called Slaughter Strike and several live shows booked including an appearance at SXSW. How do they do it? Noisecreep spoke with bassist/vocalist Andrew Nolan to find out.
"I perceive the bands and noise projects I'm involved with
Chicago's finest (some might even say America's finest) black metallers, Nachtmystium, recently entered Semaphore Recording Studio to record 'Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. 2,' the follow-up to 2008's 'Assassins: Black Meddle Pt. 1.' Noisecre
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