Killer Lyrics: Everything I hate is everything I am / You're so pathetic / We're so pathetic.
"This song is written about lust," Strengthen What Remains vocalist Josh White told Noisecreep about the 'Pathetic,' the third track on their debut full-length. "The whole time, the song is meant to seem like its calling out a guy for being a scumbag, but in the end you rea
British artist Glyn Smyth is very open about his process, as evidenced by his blog post about the artwork he did for Unearthly Trance's fifth album, 'V.' "When I started getting my initial ideas together for the 'V' artwork," Smyth told Noisecreep, "I kn
Texas metal band the Famine recently wrapped recording 'The Architects of Guilt,' the follow-up to the Solid State Records debut, 'The Raven and the Reaping.' In the producer's chair was D. Braxton Henry, guitarist for D
Oliver Reetz / Thomas Skogan / Simone
Tampa, Fla.'s Kamelot recently released their ninth studio album, 'Poetry for the Poison,' on their own label, Kamelot Media Group. A good portion of their past releases feature human figures -- m
Solid State metal guys Becoming the Archetype are set to enter the studio in October to record their as yet-untitled fourth album. In the producers' chair is Matt Goldman, best known for his work with Archety
Suicidal Tendencies' latest release, 'No Mercy Fool!/The Suicidal Family,' is a compilation of remastered tracks culled from two previous releases of the legendary L.A. skate punks, 'No Mercy' and 'Join the Army.' The cover, done by designer
Human figures -- especially the headish part of the anatomy -- are a big part of metal album art. Graphic designer Joachim Luetke puts the dome of the human body on display for Dimmu Borgir's newest release, 'Abrahadabra,' out on Nuclear Blast.
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