Embryonic Devourment is not a band for the weak of stomach. Not just musically -- with its doomcore bombast. The name is enough to put you off your breakfast, too. "I just got done having some embryonic devourment actually," singer/bassist Austin
A Storm of Light have confirmed an extensive U.S. winter/spring tour, which launches Feb. 18 in Philadelphia. The doom experimentalists live lineup, however, will differ from the players featured on the band's October-released second full-length, 'Forgive Us Our Trespasses.' Joining founding members, singer and guitarist Josh Graham and former Tombs
San Francisco's 18th annual Noise Pop Festival will include a screening of Maynard James Keenan's documentary, 'Blood Into Wine.' The movie -- which shows the Tool/A Perfect Circle/Puscifer frontman's other role as a pioneering winemak
Massachusetts heavy post-rockers Caspian will reissue their first two discs on Mar. 16. Both records, 2005's debut EP, 'You Are the Conductor,' and the quintet's first full-length, 'The Four Trees,' will join last year's 'Tertia' on Kentucky-based indie Mylene Sheath.
"It's funny to hear the word 'reissue.' It makes us sound like we're
Between the Buried and Me are currently on a North American headlining tour for 2009's 'The Great Misdirect.' So far, the North Carolina prog metal quintet is pleased to report that reaction to the new songs hasn't been good. But that's because it's been great!
Los Angeles glam metal band L.A. Guns will release a new record this spring. Band leader Tracii Guns tells Noisecreep that he just signed a deal with Steve Vai's Favored Nations label and set the release date as April 25, with the title still undecided.
"L.A. Guns just keeps on rolling along," he says cheerily. But there's another
Day two of a new Shadows Fall tour is known by the band as "sore neck day." "You feel great on stage, all the adrenaline kicks in, you try to remember to pace yourself," vocalist Brian Fair tells Noisecreep. "But you never do. So, the next day, it's like 'Owww!'" he complains of the head
They don't come any more metal than Revocation, so it might come as a surprise that vocalist/guitarist David Davidson trained as a jazz guitarist at Boston's Berklee College of Music. "I wouldn't call myself a jazz guitarist, but some of that crept into my
Only one year ago, Revocation were just another passionate young metal act with no record label. But, the Brighton, Mass, trio kick started the new decade with their Relapse Records debut, the September-released 'Existence is Futile,' securing them a surprising accolade as one of Spin magazine's 'Ten Artists to Watch in 2010.' Not a bad way start a new year.
As a whole, Revocation are not a political band -- at least sometimes. But the first video from the trio's Relapse Records debut, the brilliantly named Borg-nodding 'Existence Is Futile,' has been created for the track 'Dismantle the Dictator,' a fiery powder keg of dissatisfaction and dissent at a soured status quo that's ready to blow.
"Basically, I wrote that song inspired by George Bush," vocalist/guitar
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