Noisecreep recently caught up with Doomriders frontman Nate Newton for a chat about their long-awaited sophomore full-length, the followup to their critically-accliamed debut, 'Black Thunder.' Though it's been nearly four years since 'Black Thunder' was released, the band has been a
Converge used their just-wrapped one week club tour to preview some new material from their forthcoming record. Their one-hour set at Europa Night Club in Brooklyn, New York proved that even as they close in on 20 years as a band, they've lost nothing in intensity, tearing through standards like "The Saddest Day" and "Plagues" as if trying to avoid being shown up by openers Genghis Tron, Coliseum, Rise and Fall and Pulling Teeth. Of the two still-untitled songs they played, one is currently being featured as an in-studio instrumental teaser for the new album. The set wa
Louisville, Kentucky's Coliseum have been relatively quiet on the release front since 2007's 'No Salvation' due in no small part to their relentless tour schedule but 2009 will see the release of a new EP / seven-inch, entitled 'True Quiet / Last Wave.' The seven-inch has no official release date yet, but Deathwish Inc. is accepting pre-orders now. And speaking of
IT'S NO SMALL WORLD: Atlanta, GA's Daath will not be joining Cynic and Dragonforce for the April 15 show at the House Of Blues in Anaheim, California but will rejoin the tour April 17 in Boise, Idaho. In the past the venue, which is owned by the Walt Disney Corporati
Louisville, Kentucky's Coliseum are known for their high-energy, face-melting, hardcore-infused metal, their tendency to push tempos to the max in a live setting, and their intense DIY ethic. True to their hard-working reputation, the band is currently gearing up for the final two
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