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
Mike Browning is largely responsible for death metal's presence in Florida. It started with Morbid Angel, but his time with Nocturnus was when he made his mark. After being under the radar since the late '90s, his current band, After Death, is mixing new songs.
Working on the 'Howard Stern Show,' which begins airing at 6 AM -- and that says nothing about what time the staff has to be on site to prep for the morning's show -- is a full-time job that death metal icon Richard Christy has tackled with aplomb. He's becom
Helmuth, the frontman for Austrian "guitar music" band Belphegor, is one serious dude. Look at that picture and tell us that's not a serious man. And yes, he's serious about 'Walpurgis Rites -- Hexenwahn,' his band's forthcomin
NEW BLOOD: UK black/thrash warriors Scythian unleashed their debut full-length, 'To Those Who Stand Against Us ...' on the inauspicious date of Sept. 9 (that's 9/9/9, for the numerically challenged). Produced by Leon Macey (Mithras) and released by
One of the most compelling aspects of heavy metal is undoubtedly the imagery. It's nearly impossible to think about the movement without having a mental picture of the artwork found within it. Whether it's unmistakable mascots like Iron Maiden's Eddie or Motörhead's War-Pig or Cannibal Corpse's blood orgies disguised as album covers, metal and extreme visuals go together like stress and taxes.
Although we've been graced with tons of unquestionably
Enough with the lists, folks. Is it just us, or does it seem like everybody's obsessed with them these days. Numerous metal and hard rock sites (including Noisecreep) have been rolling out these lists ...
We get a lot of cool guests stopping by Noisecreep headquarters, and recently we had one of our absolute favorites pay us a visit. Dave Witte and Phil Hall are best known as the lethal rhythm section for Municipal Waste and when they were in New York to do so
Vikings and metal go hand in hand, so it's no surprise director Tony Stone chose a hard rocking soundtrack for his new film, 'Severed Ways: The Norse Discovery of America.' The film features acts such as Burzum, Dimmu Borgir, Morbid Angel, Judas Priest, and more. "Some of the p
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