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Mnemic Guitarist Mircea Gabriel Eftemie — Your iPod Is Showing

Judging from Mnemic's fourth album, 'Sons of the System,' it's pretty clear that the band members have eclectic musical tastes. The way vocalist Guillaume Bideau combines hellfire screams with steely melodic vocals and keyboard samples is definitely reminiscent of Fear Factory, the intermingling of machine-gun beats, blowtorch riffs and angular rhythms is redolent of Meshuggah and the abrupt staccato guitar blasts were surely born of Sepultura. But there's also a melodic rock sensibility there that only comes from repeat exposure to bands like Europe, Journey and

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Voivod’s Comeback Is One of the Most Appreciated of 2010

A Saturday night in New York's Times Square is usually a pretty scary scene for the average metalhead. But on March 6, metal pioneers Voivod were in town. In my hood, that always changes everything about anything.

The

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Six Feet Under’s Chris Barnes Cracks Whip for New Studio Album

Legendary American death metal band Six Feet Under just released their new covers album, 'Graveyard Classics III,' but they don't have plans to tour in support of it -- other than in Europe. "I don't know how much we'll tour over here," frontman Chris Barnes tells N

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Six Feet Under Frontman’s Canadian Connection

There are three Canadian songs on Six Feet Under's new covers album, 'Graveyard Classics III' -- Anvil's 'Metal On Metal,' Bachman-Turner Overdrive's 'Not Fragile' and Exciter's 'Pounding Metal' -- and it might have something to do with frontman Chris Barnes' affinity for America's neighbor to the north.

"People say, 'Where did you grow up?' And they're like, 'New York City, huh?' And I'm like, 'No. I'm more Canadian than New Y

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Cannibal Corpse Touring With Skeletonwitch, 1349, Lecherous Nocturne

Having toured pretty much nonstop since the February 2009 release of their latest album, 'Evisceration Plague,' Cannibal Corpse are taking a well-deserved rest when they return from their current South American tour on Feb. 21. Then they'll start working on some new songs for their next record,

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Scion Discusses Selection Process for Rock Fest

In anticipation of the second Scion Rock Fest this March, Noisecreep spoke with Scion Sales Promotions Manager Jeri Yoshizu, who directs all aspects of the car company's involvement with art, film and pop culture initiatives. She told Noisecreep that "nothing is ever planned to be

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2010 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival Details Announced

The 2010 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival enters its 12th year this spring, returning to Worcester, Mass. Taking place at The Palladium, the event will be held April 23 and April 24 -- a special kickoff party, sponsored by Atticus, will also take place on April 22.

Tickets for the Friday's event are $40, and doors open at 3 PM. The

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Black Tusk Finish Album, Play Fests, Tour With Weedeater

The members of Savannah's Black Tusk have a heavy tour schedule this coming spring. After finishing up their February dates with Skeletonwitch, the band will head to Columbus, Ohio to perform at the seco

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Second Scion Rock Fest to Take Place in Ohio This March

This March marks the second Scion Rock Fest, which premiered in Atlanta last February. The location has moved to Columbus, Ohio and will take place on March 13. Once again, the event will be free, and you'll

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Embryonic Devourment Avoiding the ‘Cannibal Corpse Type Gore’

Embryonic Devourment enters the recording studio this month armed with a heavy agenda. The techy grindcorists second album is strongly influenced by British writer David Icke, a former soccer player and Green Party member, who has campaigned for both animal rights and social justice, but whose reptilian humanoid conspiracy theories are often dubbed eccentric.

"I like the fact that he's so eccentric about it. He's so controversial," Embryo

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