Art of Dying frontman Jonny Hetherington has chosen to release ‘God for a Day’ for his second solo piano song. The Vancouver-based singer has given Noisecreep an exclusive listen to the full-length version of the ballad which was largely inspired by Layne Staley's death. The song can be purchased on iTunes.
Want to lull your kid to sleep with something cool? How about lullaby versions of a Perfect Circle songs. Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star has once again some up with a collection that will make parents chuckle and ease children into liking good music.
Helix’ Brian Volmer, Coney Hatch’s Carl Dixon and Lee Aaron are among the Canadian hard rock and metal musicians from the 80s and 90s that have joined forces for a collaborative EP whose release will be celebrated in Toronto Oct. 26 at The Phoenix Concert Theatre.
Huntress have just come off a two-week tour with metal legend Glenn Danzig, fulfilling a dream for singer Jill Janus that she calls “surreal.” The California metal band, together only four years, opened for Danzig on his 25th anniversary tour with Misfits guitarist Doyle.
Art of Dying’s Jonny Hetherington will be releasing piano versions of Art of Dying songs, starting with ‘Best I Can.' The Vancouver-based singer is making videos for them and has given Noisecreep an exclusive preview of his latest one. The song is also available on iTunes.
Kid Rock has been added to the 15th Voodoo Music + Arts Experience for the annual Halloween-time weekend event (Nov. 1-3) in New Orleans. The Detroit rocker, whose latest album is 2012’s ‘Rebel Soul,’ has described his sound as “punk rock/hip-hop/southern rock.”
Toronto rock singer and podcaster Danko Jones tapped former God Forbid guitarist Doc Coyle for a half-hour interview about a range of topics, including why he left the metal band earlier this month and if he plans on forming a new group to fill the void left by his old outfit.
Banger Films, the Canadian documentary company behind the comprehensive series ‘Metal Evolution,’ is calling on metal fans around the world to help them complete the “lost episode” on extreme metal and why people are devoted to this dark, brutal music.
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