Isn't it awesome when bands rip on former members, something like five years after it actually matters? While cruising for news this morning, we came across an item about Korn. Essentially, frontman Jonathan Davis said in a recent interview that original members Brian 'Head' Welch and David Silveria didn't really contribute much to the band's initial recordings. "I'll lay it down t
Slipknot are without question one of metal's biggest bands. They have amassed an army of fans rivaling that of KISS, and those fans – affectionately dubbed 'Maggots' by the band – are fiercely loyal. It was almost a year ago that they helped Slipknot defeat rapper The Game for Billboard's coveted sa
Dear Ozzy Osbourne: We know that breakups can be tough. But listen ... it's time to cut the cord already. It's best to end it swiftly ... like pulling off a band-aid. So, why don't you just pick up the phone, or send an email, or have your lawyers call his lawyers ... whatever way you
Smack talk. It is a subtle art form. Man, we love when bands talk smack. But have you ever noticed that usually these verbal, oft-online disputes almost never lead to anyone throwing down? It's pathetic. Th
Is it Monday already? Man, our weekends just seem to fly by. We can't believe its almost August already, and we also can't believe Fred Durst is actually married, but more on that later. This morning's White Noise is teeming with all of the weekend's heavy metal and hardcore news. Th
We've been in the news business a long time. So we can tell you, without reservation, that, when it comes to the news, some days are just heavier than others. Today, my friends, is one of them ultra heavy days. Al
Ohio's Robot Lords of Tokyo are not your typical metal band. Consisting of Rick Ritzler and Paul Jones as well as a rotating cast of a dozen or so of their musician friends, it's hard to tell if they are even a band at all. But two albums of hard as nails rock suggest otherwise. So is i
There's nothing better than a four-day week after a three-day weekend, right? Unfortunately in the news business, the work never seems to end, and we here at Noisecreep are more than happy to keep you in the know. So
Well, hello again. Thanks for checking us out on your Saturday. We know you could be doing a lot with your free time, and we're glad you stopped by. Don't forget to come back next week, when we'll be bringing you more from our interview with Devin Townsend, and we'll be talking album art with the Chariot and Iwrestledabearonce. An
In person, Marilyn Manson may just be one of the sharpest dudes we've ever met, and man, can he make you laugh. The same can be said for Limp Bizkit's Wes Borland, who actually played as part of Manson's touring band last summer; he's a good egg, salt of the Earth. So, we're not quite sure what to make of the growing beef between the two.
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