This has been a big week for metal legend Alice Cooper. The godfather of shock rock finally received a long overdue nomination for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when the 15 nominees were announced earlier this week. Last night at L
Linkin Park once again teamed with super producer Rick Rubin for their new 'A Thousand Suns' album -- to absolutely dazzling results. Arguably their most mature release, it's a compelling work both son
Papa Roach's new album, 'Time For Annihilation,' is a marker for the band. "It marks the decade milestone for us," lead singer Jacoby Shaddix tells Noisecreep when we visit with him and guitarist Jerry Horton in the L.A. offices of their management company.
'The Catalyst,' the lead track from Linkin Park's forthcoming 'A Thousand Suns' album, might be the most musically sophisticated piece of music the band has done yet -- an intricate, complex wave of emotion that moves through multiple shifts in tempo, from the aggressive beat throughout to the beautiful piano denouement. The video appropriately reflects -- showing a post-apocalyptic scen
With most of the members in their early 60s, Germany's teutonic titans Scorpions have already announced their current world tour will be their last. And while the band is receiving lots of love on the road, at their
Ozzy Osbourne is a guy who likes to do everything larger than life -- even if that means sometimes scaling down. To wit, Ozzy could rock L.A.'s Staples Center or Forum, but you can see his Ozzness in an arena
Avenged Sevenfold have a special relationship with their fans. As we told you before, it was those fans that kept the band going following the death last year of drummer Jimmy 'The Rev' Sullivan. What does the Orange County band attribute that bond to? For one thing, it's re
Every band handles tragedy differently. The Who of course went on when drummer Keith Moon died in 1978. Led Zeppelin, however, decided to call it quits following the demise of drummer John Bonham in 1980. Avenged Sevenfold are moving forward,
As we told you in part one of the Deftones' video interview, the cross-genre hard rockers are feeling really good about things, having a new album, 'Diamond Eyes,' on the way after years of no new studio music thanks to the accident that befell bassist Chi Cheng. But not only is the group feeling good, they are feeling downrigh
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