These are happy times for Sacramento hard rockers the Deftones. For the first time since 2006, the band is back in the public eye for new music. After bass player Chi Cheng nearly got killed in a car accident,
Chris Jericho is aware that in the past when a lot of musicians first met him they thought of him first as a WWE superstar -- and a peer second. "Obviously a lot of those guys are fans of wrestling," he tells Noisecreep
Noisecreep recently sat down with Serj Tankian at the Burbank, Calif. offices of his label, Warner Bros., where the System of a Down frontman turned solo artist turned orchestral composer filled us in on what's keeping him busy. Enjoying the freedom he has as a solo artist, Tankian is channeling his energy into n
Alice in Chains stand as one of the most influential and successful bands of the '90s, true superstars of the Seattle grunge music movement. But that was more than a decade ago. So when the band returned last year wit
Anybody can look at Eyes Set to Kill sisters Alexia and Anissa Rodriguez and see they're hot. But the sisters, who were nominated at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards in Los Angeles for 'Hottest Chick in Metal' (they ultimately lost to In This Moment's Maria Brink) say it's not their good looks that make them stand out in the metal field.
"Some people think it's all about looking good, but I think the main thing it has to d
"It's an honor to be nominated" is usually just a cliché people spout when they've lost an award. But in the case of the Devil Wears Prada at the recent Revolver Golden Gods Awards in Los Angeles (which airs on VH1 Classics May 22) that tried and true adage is sincere. Losing to Metallica in the Best Live Band category is nothing to be ashamed of, a
As a WWE superstar, Chris Jericho has had a rough month, losing his World Heavyweight Championship. But he can take consolation with his other job, as frontman for Fozzy, as he has one sweet gig comig up. Jericho will co-host the Revolver Golden Gods Awards in Los An
With Van Halen hitting the road last year with David Lee Roth, Black Sabbath and Ozzy Osbourne reuniting countless times, and Judas Priest and Rob Halford making up metal fans have learned nothing is impossible -- save for maybe the classic Guns N' Roses lineup playing together again.
Still, when the relationship between Megadeth leader Dave Mustaine and bassist Da
Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister is an unquestioned icon in the metal scene, beloved by his peers like Ozzy Osbourne and idolized by those that came after him, including Slash and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. In fact, all three are among the many artists who extol the greatness of Kilmister in the upcoming documentary, 'Lemmy,' w
Before Judas Priest emerged victorious in the Best Metal Performance category at this year's Grammy Awards, the iconic British rockers had been nominated four previous times and gone home without the award every time. But Priest frontman Rob Halford tells Noisecreep he just believed th
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