Before heading into the Thanksgiving holiday -- and harkening back to a time before metal, when the white man learned an abundance of cooking and agricultural skills from the Native Americans before stealing their land and slaughtering those who opposed -- we, the Noisecreep "Creep Show' elite sat around the table sans turkey feast and talked with Trivium frontman Matt Heaf
Scott Givens, a longtime metal industry player, is the VP of Metal at E1, home to Hatebreed, Kittie, Throwdown and Satyricon, to name a few. Clearly, Givens knows what's good in the metal scene, and is bringing it to his company
Walking through Chicago's American Apparel about three years ago, Trivium lead singer Matt Heafy heard something that piqued his curiosity. It was Depeche Mode's song 'Sweetest Perfection' from their 1990
The best thing about bands from Canada? When they tell us 'a-boot' their new album. I don't know why, but it's hilarious whenever Canadians talk 'a-boot' stuff. It's like a fart ... just universally funny. La
This year's Rockstar Mayhem Fest came to a close toward the end of August, and Metal Injection sat down with a few talented and insightful members of the fest's varied lineup. Included are drummers Dave Lombardo of Slayer and Paul Mazurkiewicz of Cannibal Corpse -- two long-standing and highly significant bands in the metal world
"I can turn on my garbage disposal and let it rip for an hour, with a blast beat on top of it, and get the same result as music that has no melody," Dirge Within guitarist (and ex-Soil axe) Shaun Glass told Noisecreep, referring to heavy music that doesn't incorporate memorable melodies into the mix. When writing the band's debut, 'Force Fed Lies,' Glass intently
We don't always talk about rumors, but this one's just too awesome not to share. The rumor that's been floating around as of late has taken various forms, but ultimately involves Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax going out on tour together. If true, it would mean thrash's four leading powers-that-be would share
I've always maintained that animals like metal. I remember years ago, when Opeth's 'Blackwater Park' first came out, my cat Dante would always fall asleep when I'd put it on, regardless of how loud the volume was -- Iced Earth, Strapping Young Lad, Theory in Practice and Dillinger Escape Plan also worked. According to a new study conducted in the U.K., the sounds of Metallica songs apparentl
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