Something dark, cerebral, and dizzying is gathering power in the streets of Atlanta. Four hyper-talented musicians are working together to create the ultimate combination of memorable riffs, jaw-dropping beats, mild-altering vocal harmonies, and unearthly guitar passages. Yes,
It's hard to believe that in over 33 years, rock legends Def Leppard have never released an official live album. Instead, they've kept on plugging away through great times (the '80s), hard times ('the '90s) and pretty good times (the '00s). Through it all, they've toured non-stop, whether playing sold-out arenas
If it wasn't for Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, horror filmmaker Adam Green ('Hatchet,' 'Hatchet II,' 'Frozen') might have taken a different career path. "Every time I was in a situation where I was about to give
The latest Deftones album, 'Diamond Eyes,' has been out for almost a year now and the band continues to support the album with one tour after another. More significantly, they're having a good time doing it. Any past drama
For those who remember Massachusetts rockers Staind as the band signed by Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, the thought of frontman Aaron Lewis putting out a country music EP might seem a bit strange. However, if you consider the string of hit singer-songwriter style ballads that Lewis wrot
Atlanta metal titans Mastodon have always approached their music visually and thematically, whether they were revamping Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick' on their 2004 album 'Leviathan,' chronicling a deadly expedition up a steep slope inhabited by horrible monsters on 'Blood Mountain,' or unraveling a phantasmagoric tale about astral projection, wormholes, Rasputin, and other unearthly delights on their latest album, 'Crack the Skye.' It was only a matter of time before Mastodon captured
Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora isn't just working with Los Angeles designer Nikki Lund to create the somewhat racy women's clothing line White Trash Beautiful, the two are also making beautiful music together.
Some of those tunes comprised the soundtrack of the duo's Feb.
'Blue Trees' -- one of three newly-written songs on Kingdom Come's upcoming 11-track album, 'Rendered Waters' -- is a mid-paced, electrified rocker that balances a sturdy beat and a steady rhythm with hum-along guitar hooks and predictable, but satisfying vocals. Overall, the song comes across less like frontman Lenny Wolf's beloved
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine was clearly hoping his band's ninth Grammy nomination since 1990 -- for the song 'Sudden Death' -- would finally net him a guilded gramophone statuette. That honor, of course, went to Iron Maiden for 'El Dorado.'
The brainchild of Brutal Truth drummer Richard Hoak, Total F---ing Destruction are an experimental grindcore quartet that value speed, insanity, brutality and humor in equal doses. To demonstrate their bizarre brilliance, Noisecreep is thrilled to present the exclusive stream o
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