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Anima, ‘Enter the Killzone’ — Album Art of the Week
Germany's Anima make their Metal Blade debut with 'Enter the Killzone,' 12 tracks of death metal-inspired metalcore. Anima bassist Justin Schüler created the artwork, under his graphic design name, Black Night Studios (or 'Marek Schwarznacht' for those Noisecreep reader…
Top Metal Songs of 2009
A lot of great metal songs came out in 2009, which is why it has taken us so long to put together a definitive list of the top 10. In the end, there had to be some omissions, and some may seem to be glaring.
For instance, there's nothing from Megadeth's killer new album 'Endgame,' Nile's ferocious 'T…
Mastodon to Tour This Spring With Between the Buried and Me
It's official! For weeks now, there have been rumors of a spring Mastodon tour, one that would concentrate on not the U.S. major metropolises, but the secondary markets they didn't reach on their last tour.
According to Mastodon, the shows will "bring the band to the fans in Americ…
Second Scion Rock Fest to Take Place in Ohio This March
This March marks the second Scion Rock Fest, which premiered in Atlanta last February. The location has moved to Columbus, Ohio and will take place on March 13. Once again, the event will be free, and you'll need to RSVP and follow the instructions to obtain your ticket, as there is a limited s…
Skeletonwitch Bring a Brutal Lineup on the Road
Back on the road in February and Skeletonwitch's 12 upcoming tour dates were just reported, taking place around the eastern half of the U.S. Shortly after releasing their third studio album, 'Breathing the Fire,' in September, the band shot a bad-ass video for 'Repulsive Salvatio…
Baroness, Iron Age, Torche Rock Atlanta
Technically speaking, Atlanta is not where the members of Baroness call home, that's Savanna, Ga. Atlanta grabbed them and claimed them back when 'Red Album' began to take off back in 2007. But now is the time of 'Blue Record,' and Baroness are carrying with them enough prai…

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