It's been one week since the death of pop icon Michael Jackson, and Jerry Cantrell, guitarist of Alice in Chains, still can't believe he's gone. Or that Farrah Fawcett's gone, too. But one thing's for sure. Both Cantrell and drummer
Can you believe its already July? It doesn't feel like July at all. Perhaps that's because we've only had three summer-esque days here in New York since late March. And today, of course, we kick off the month with more clouds. We
For more than six months now, the future of the Deftones has been in something of a state of limbo. Bassist Chi Cheng has remained under a hospital's care ever since he was involved in a car accident back in early November, smack dab in the middle of the recording sessions for the D-Tones' long-awaited album, 'Eros;' he has been in and out of consciousness, and staving off infections related to his injuries. Chi has made little
Back in late April, the Los Angeles Times reported that iconic Seattle grunge masters Alice in Chains would be signing a deal with Virgin Records, and that the band's Nick Raskulinecz-produced comeback LP would be in stores on September 29. But there was never an official confirmation from the band that they had inked the deal
It's Thursday morning, and there's a thick fog hanging over New York City. We're thinking it's the perfect weather for either a marathon Arghoslent, Mystifier, and Mortuary Drape listening session, or more sleep. Or perhaps both? Nevertheless, a lot happened while y
It's Wednesday, and that three-day weekend is finally in sight. We here at Noisecreep can't wait for all the barbecues, the baseball, the brews, and the downtime, because, well, that's what Memorial Day's all about. Th
Man, did this past weekend fly by. But don't they always seem to fly by? We're reaching the end of April, which means we're getting closer and closer to summer festival season. We're also right around the corner from a flurry of new releases, and today, we'll be bringing you the latest on what's coming soon to a record store near you. It
American metal Bible Revolver took a cue from their British counterparts like Kerrang! and Metal Hammer by throwing their first annual heavy metal award show a la the Oscars and the Grammys, dubbed the Golden Gods. But instead of only one c
"It can't be like Type O or it'd be a joke," says Seventh Void guitarist Kenny Hickey, who doubles as Type O Negative's guitarist. "I've been in Type O since 1989. It's a weird, strange band so I wanted to do something different. Some Type
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