Back in the early days of Iron Maiden, Bruce Dickinson used to intentionally trip Steve Harris with his extended mic stand as they vied for space on stage. Of course, the stage was big enough for them both, but not their egos. Here, this band has more than enough stage space, but they just aren't paying attention.
Alright, alright, we know what you're thinking -- what is going on at Noisecreep!? Don't ask us what we searched for that yielded this video because we aren't entirely sure either. Bring Me the Horizon's song 'Diamonds Aren't Forever' is spliced with some koi fish that appear to be singing the song.
Dragonforce burst onto the metal scene with their breakthrough album 'Inhuman Rampage' in 2006. The album was an exercise is guitar playing excess with all sorts of weird noises and video game sounding effects peppered into the lightning fast power metal. In this video recorded for Blender, guitarist Herman Li shows us how to do some of those tricks!
'Walk This Way' is not only one of Aerosmith's biggest songs, but one that transcended music and is a household anthem. Singing this auditioning on 'The X Factor' should have any crowd up on their feet and cheering, but Rusty Chaos defies the odds and stuns the crowd into an awkward silence.
GWAR have been featured on numerous TV shows over the years, especially when the band was just making a name for themselves in the early '90s. Here Oderus Urungus and Beefcake the Mighty appeared on 'The Joan Rivers Show' shortly after the release of their seminal sophomore album, 'Scumdogs of the Universe.'
While we all have these silly ideas in our heads that some bands are at an inhuman level, we gently float back down to Earth when little guffaws like this happen. In this video uploaded in 2011, James Hetfield exclaims while playing Rock in Rio, "Rio, do you feel what I feel!?" He then goes on to tear into the band's hit 'Fade to Black,' but something just isn't right.
If anyone has any reason as to why these two should not be married, speak now or forever hold your peace! Luckily, nobody objected to this marriage and the post-wedding reception carried on in traditional fashion. Well, almost!
It's that time of year again! As neighbors duke it out to upstage on another with their holiday decorations, some can't help but go the extra mile. Given metal's affinity for all things unholy, it doesn't stop a few people from spreading some Christmas spirit like this guy did!
If this headline doesn't grab your attention, then nothing will. Most of us can make silly fart noises by pressing our hands together in a certain way, but rarely is it considered an actual talent. This man takes the joke even further by playing the signature riff from Gojira's song 'Flying Whales.'
"Winter is coming." These words were made famous on the hit TV show 'Game of Thrones' and although winter seems to be taking forever to arrive on the show, we can be a little more certain here in reality. For some regions of Earth, winter is not a big deal and the climate doesn't change all too much. For other regions, winter brings some of the most challenging weather to inhabitable places. It's such an event that many bands have dedicated songs to describing what it's like to face the frigid elements.
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