Your brain might very well implode from the moshability of Inhale Exhale's 'Did You Ever Have a Touch to Lose.' But you will be a bit scared by the video for the song, which has a bit of a warehouse vibe, featuring men and women lurking in the background, their identities concealed by paper bags and cloth masks fastened over their heads. It's nothing if not creepy! These mysterious folks -- who may remind you of
During the 1990s, it was awesome being a New York Yankees fan. Scott Brosius, Paul O'Neill, Tino Martinez, Bernie, Chuck, Jeter. Then, 9/11 happened, and ever since, it seems as though the Yanks have struggled to get back to the World Series. Bu
Maybe it's the result of being behind the drumkit for 16 years and not having much access to the microphone, but Satyricon's sticksmith, Frost, loves to talk. On this week's episode of ''Creep Show,' the blac
Massive could be an understatement when it comes to the response to metal releases this past week. Coming in with the full reports as always, the good folks at Metal Insider reported some big debuts and num
Any remnants of summer have come to pass as fall is in the air and the cold sets in. Nevertheless, the metal still forges on. This month, tons of new releases are coming in from familiar favorites such as Lita Ford, Powerman 5000 and Pearl Jam. And the sweet sounds of Europe are making their w
Inhale Exhale went out of their way to make 'Bury Me Alive' different than anything they had done previously. "We thought outside the box with it," guitarist and primary songwriter John LaRussa told Noisecreep. "We tried to not make it your typical, formulaic hardcore metal record. Eac
On Friday, we caught up with Poison the Well at the "10 for $10" show in New York, and spent some quality time with the boys in their van, which is fast approaching the 200,000-mile mark. All the hardcore ki
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