After hearing the debut album from Conan, 'Horseback Battle Hammer,' we can't help but wonder if the recent spate of earthquakes plaguing the globe might have been caused by the reverberations emanating from Conan's U.K.-based practice space. Tuned impossibly low, they make even SunnO)
The latest release from Finland's Hooded Menace, 'Never Cross the Dead,' is for lack of a better term ... brutal. Not surprising, considering multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Lasse Pyykko has been putting out brutal underground death metal for years now, whether it be with such acts as Phlegethon, Claws or Vacant Coffin. But it's the old-school guttural death doom of Hooded Menace that has garnered the most attention. So where does Pyykko ra
Hailing from San Francisco, the music of Worm Ouroboros is not unlike the music of Norwegian black metal bands. If you close your eyes while listening to it, it kind of takes you somewhere -- specifically to the forest.
But unlike the frozen forests of Scandinavia where Norse gods wreak havoc, the f
Worm Ouroboros use a different formula than most metal bands. Being fronted by two females, whose vocals are more akin to the singing sirens of Homer's 'Odyssey' than they are the Cookie Monster, is not exactly typical. Throw in the occasional flute over clean guitars and the somewhat odd
Perhaps it's because they base themselves out of the relatively low-key music scene of Madison, Wisc., but Droids Attack don't seem too concerned with adhering to any sort of standard that their more famous peers may have established. While their music is seriously crushing, as demonstrated on their new a
As is often the case with any band that switches formulas from record to record, Pelican is either doing everything right or everything wrong. Having gone from the sludgy heaviness of their earlier records t
Fox News is probably the last place on Earth you would expect to see an interview with a metal band, unless it's Bill O'Reilly blaming Marylin Manson for corrupting our children and turning them into satanists. But if you are a singer in a metal band and also a sergeant in the Army, as is the case
The latest album from Boston's Junius, 'The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist,' is a colossal affair. Musically speaking, the layered tones and textures create a vast soundscape that is as much Isis as it is the Cure. Artistically, both the vinyl and CD versions are packaged in what could literally pass as a coffee tabl
When a band gets together and writes a few songs, records a demo and plays some local shows, they are typically pretty eager to move on to the next step, like buying a van and heading out on the road. Whil
When Junius set out to record their latest opus, 'The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist,' they went to one of the finest studios in Hollywood and got busy -- guerrilla style. Guitarist Michael Repasch-Nieves told Noisecreep, "We had this amazing opportunit
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