Over the span of four albums, as well as various EPs and splits, Pelican have established themselves as the forerunner of instrumental metal bands, but longtime fans will be surprised to hear vocals -- gasp! -- on their latest record, 'What We All Come to Need.' Though they appear on only one track ('Final Breath,' the album
The stoner rock label might be one of the corniest in all of metal. But let's face it, there are some records that are so thick with infectiously fuzzed-out grooves and spacey melodies that you can practically see a smoky haze billowing from your speakers. Case in po
"It's all gay, man, especially the breakdowns and band names like 'All That's Left ... Remains.' F--- indie wannabes who act like they're into real metal, too," Crucifist guitarist John Gallo told Noise
Contrary to popular belief, playing in a touring rock band isn't all luxurious tour buses, free beer and crowded bars. For Chicago's Raise the Red Lantern, a tour bus isn't quite in the budget yet, which is not to say they aren't moving up to bigger and better. " is no longer with us. I had to lay her to rest a week before the tour started," vocalist/guitaris
For better or worse, every band remembers its first show. For the members of Kongh, their first show was one they will likely never forget. "This was back in 2005 when the band was just a two-piece, me and Tomas ," vocalist/guitarist David Johansson told Noisecreep. "We had two songs at about 20 minutes each, and they
They've always done things a little different in the South, and that could not be more true than with the sweat-stained and whiskey-soaked sludge bands that make up the heavy music scene south of the Mason-Dixon Line
The two-piece band concept seems to be gaining in popularity as of late, perhaps due to the success of such blues-based duos as the White Stripes and the Black Keys. In the heavy music realm, bands like Om and Eagle Twin typically rely on bass-heavy droning to make it work.
Such is not the case with San Francisco duo Black Cobra, where fast
You've got to hand it to White Wizzard bassist Jon Leon for staying true to his vision. Longing to bring metal back to its pre-'90s glory days of headbanging songs and good times, he formed White Wizzard in 2007 and quickly went into the studio to record a batch of songs. The result was the deeply infectious 'High Speed GTO' mini-album. But since then, things have
Black metal has always been about individualism and not being "one of the sheep, " yet more and more albums seem to be coming out of the woodwork with the obligatory forest scene artwork, indecipherable band name, buzzing lo-fi guitars and tortured screams
Drone/ambient/shoegazer metal is right up there with black metal on the gloom scale, where walls of feedback are seemingly in a constant battle to out-grim the last. But Aiden Baker and Leah Buckareff of Canadian, drone duo Nadja, are looking to change that with their la
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