Korn bassist Fieldy is reinventing the metal wheel with his side project, Stillwell, which he describes as sounding like a mix of Guns N' Roses, Rage Against the Machine and Led Zeppelin. "It's heavy, but not heavy like Korn. We came up with a title for the music; it's called street metal. It's our version of metal. I don't know, it's just not straightforward metal," Fieldy tells Noisecreep.
On the surface, Maynard James Keenan's movie 'Blood Into Wine,' which premieres Feb. 19 at the W Hotel in Phoenix, Ariz., is an insightful and entertaining documentary about the creation of the Tool/A Perfect Circle/Pusc
It was a long time coming, but Icarus Witch finally set out on what can only be described as a dream tour. The Pennsylvania classic metal band has the opening slot on former Iron Maiden vocalist Paul Di'Anno's first U.S. tour in almost two decades. But better still, Icarus Witch are pulling double duty as DiA
Their parents might have thought otherwise at the time, but the years that the members of Icarus Witch spent playing air guitar to their heroes Iron Maiden were ones well spent. This winter saw the Pennsylvania classic meta-influenced band release their third album, 'Draw Down the
Chicago hard rockers Janus may have only just released their debut album 'Red Right Return' last fall, but the quartet has already introduced a new song to their live show. It's not an original, however, but a cover of Depeche Mode's 'Walkin
Chicago hard rockers Janus must be workaholics. Vocalist David Scotney spent the final 36 hours before the band headed out on their winter tour rigging out the band's van. But it wasn't to make the vehicle Xbox- or party-friendly. He turned it in
Shadows Fall's 2010 touring schedule will include the Massachusetts metal band's debut on the annual Mayhem Festival, July 10-Aug. 14. The quintet, which is currently on the road for last fall's 'Retributi
Janus might be only five months into promoting their debut album, 'Red Right Return,' but the Chicago heavy rockers have already hit a career milestone. The quartet hosted MTV's 'Headbanger's Ball' this January. "It was part of
One of the first shows A Storm of Light played after forming a couple of years back was in Brooklyn, N.Y., opening for San Franciscan post-metal giants Neurosis and a then less-well-known Georgia band called Mastodon. "That was kind of intimidating," singer and guitarist Josh Graham told Noisecreep. It wasn't so much that he w
When it came time to name their third record, New England post-rockers Caspian went for succinct with 'Tertia,' a play on the Latin word for 'third.' "We wanted to call it 'Caspian Three,'" guitarist Philip Jamieson tel
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