For over a decade, Emery have straddled the worlds of aggressive rock and post hardcore, mixing reckless riffs with melodic pop hooks. When the South Carolina outfit saw their screamer Devin Shelton lea
2008's 'Twilight of the Thunder God' catapulted Swedish death metallers Amon Amarth to new heights -- sold-out shows, new countries, and their biggest sales in the US. In a recent chat with Noisecreep, guitarist Johan Söderberg admitted tha
Shawn 'Clown' Crahan has never been a man known to rest, literally. A chronic insomniac since childhood, the Slipknot percussionist seems to always have extra time to work on his paintings, photography, and other musical projects including The Black Dots of Death.
When Noisecreep recently caught up with Crahan, he explained that death itself was
After four years out of the metal game, Philadelphia's A Life Once Lost are noticing that things have changed in their absence. Namely, record and ticket sales. "We're not in the same position as when w
Relentless, raw, and vicious are all fitting ways of describing Los Angeles foursome OFF!. "When point their finger at us or try to describe us, they don't get very creative. It's always 'punk rock.' Oh boy, that's exciting," frontman Keith Morris re
When most metal bands include strings in their sound, they simply fill up some open space not already cluttered with guitars. But in the ouvre of San Francisco trio Grayceon, classical instruments play a r
One of the albums guaranteed to truly rip your face off this year is 'Darker Handcraft' from Trap Them. Noisecreep is beyond proud to give our readers first listen to the album's neck-slicing opener 'Damage Prose'. Vocalist Ryan McKenney explains that 'Damage Prose' was the first song guita
For five years straight, A Life Once Lost were moving as an integral cog in the metal machine, touring 10 months out of the year and only taking breaks to write and record new albums. But after guitarist Doug Sabolick suffered through a bike accident, b
Some record labels have a sound they're known for, with each band holding to a particular aesthetic. But for Florida's Decoder, they're the black sheep of the Rise Records family (home the glitzy metalcore of Attack Attack! and the like). Decoder rest their musical laurels in melody and lush soundscapes that put the band closer to
Since first word spread of the San Francisco trio Grayceon, they have existed as an anomaly in the metal scene. Fronted by electric cellist Jackie Perez Gratz and joined by guitarist Max Doyle -- who opts to not use a pic when playing -- and drummer Zack Farwell the trio's luscious yet dark musical landscape quickly put the band on many radars.
Their newest album, 'All We Destroy,' keeps the mind focused
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