This past April, Noisecreep ran the first part of an interview Tombs frontman Mike Hill conducted with extreme music renaissance man Aaron Turner. Since the two are old friends from the underground DIY touring circuit, the conversation covered Turner's entire career.
When Isis announced their break up last year, it heralded the end of an era in extreme music. For over a decade, Isis consistently released genre-defying records that challenged their listeners by aggregating sonic intensity with emotion and melody. The band also maintained a strong visual identity with their albums
Today is the Day have been punishing listeners with their left-of-center brand of noise rock for the past two decades. Even though they've been on several different labels, gone through numerous lineup chang
Rotten Sound have been lacerating the ear drums of extreme music fans since 1993. On the heels of last year's 'Napalm' EP, they've deployed 'Cursed' -- 16 tracks of intense death-grind mayhem guaranteed to punch a hole into the side of your skull.
Currently, the band is on The Finnish Metal Tour II with Finntroll, Ensif
Germany's Obscuradon't seem to be the kind of band that wastes any time. On the heels of 2009's 'Cosmogenesis,'they are poised to deploy their new record, 'Omnivium.'Pulling influences from death and black metal as well as traditional European heavy metal, Obscura are
Industrial metal has always been the bastard child of two conceptually opposed musical genres. Industrial music, though sonically extreme, is usually accompanied by an intellectual component that includes some sort of socially transgressive or provocative subject matter
In the wake of the release of Black Anvil's second full-length record 'Triumvirate' and a successful US tour with Swedish black metal juggernaut Watain, bassist Paul Delaney took some time to answer questions about Twisted Sister, the band's hardcore past, and the importance of being on one's own path.
Noisecreep:Your new album, 'Triumvirate,' was released late last year. How is it different from your prev
'Guiltless,' the latest full-length offering by Chicago's Indian, is a dense, heavy collection of seven relentless tracks filled with molten beds of guitar, intense, barely discernable vocals, and a rhythm section that operates like dueling bulldozers. After having released three full-lengths on Seventh Rule Records, Indian
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