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Triptykon, ‘Eparistera Daimones’ — Album Art of the Week
Triptykon's 'Eparistera Daimones' is the Swiss band's debut album, but it already carries with it a lot of weight in the metal community. This is the new project of Thomas Gabriel Fischer of Celtic Frost and Hellhammer fame. In parallel with the legendary nature of the band, the …
Hard Rock and Metal New Releases — March 23
There were a ton of metal releases that hit the shelves last week, but the biggest success story for metal is Demon Hunter's 'The World is a Thorn,' which sold over 14,000 copies its debut week in stores. That's a huge number for a band that never tours (and yes, we had to mentio…
‘Sound of the Beast’ Author Ian Christe Reads Blabbermouth
One of the coolest parts about being part of the Noisecreep family is getting to talk shop with some of our favorite people in the hard rock scene. Ian Christe is one of the most respected figures in the world of heavy metal. Perhaps best known for his exhaustive 'Sound of the Beast' metal history b…
Artists of the 2000s
The last decade was kind to heavy metal. Not only did veteran acts release some of their most exciting work, a flurry of new bands also came out of nowhere to demand their place among the greats. Noisecreep recently compiled lists of the best songs and albums of the past decade and it's been no…
Satyricon Set Stage Ablaze With Devilish Intent

"We have no political message or anything," Satyricon frontman Satyr said shortly after a scorching set by Taiwanese black metal freedom fighters Chthonic. "We just have the message of black metal."
And that was all it took. Satyricon may not wear corpse paint or spiked shin guard…
Abigail Williams Reveal Details About New Songs

Symphonic black metallers Abigail Williams are currently writing new material. Band leader Ken Sorceron -- who is currently dwelling in blue collar Pittsburgh while writing blackened metal, after a brief stint in New York City -- told Noisecreep, "So far, the new music is less symphonic soundin…

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