"I've been a dad for a year and have a little boy," High on Fire drummer Des Kensel told Noisecreep. "This last year for all of us has been a bit hectic and rough, and my kid came along and I had my second surgery in three years." Occupational hazards -- years and years of repetitive motions -- caused the sk
With his bulky build, flowing metalhead locks and deep, guttural growls, it's hard to imagine Dethklok vocalist Nathan Explosion doing anything else but fronting the world's biggest metal band for a living. But if Dethklok weren't an entity, he'd still get his hands dirty.
Attention class, metal is back in session for the month of September -- as if it ever really went away. With a myriad of new metal and rock releases coming in, veterans of the genre Ace Frehley and Megadeth are making their appearance right back in the spotlight
So, we were at a show last week, and noticed something strange. See, we realize it's uncouth to wear a band shirt to that same band's concert. It's like wearing an 'I Love New York' shirt in Times Square. We
This fall, cartoon metal band Dethklok – stars of Adult Swim's 'Metalocalypse' – will co-headline a tour with prog-metal masters Mastodon. Massachusetts mathcore veterans Converge and stoner/doom masters High on Fire will open the show.
Dear Ozzy Osbourne: We know that breakups can be tough. But listen ... it's time to cut the cord already. It's best to end it swiftly ... like pulling off a band-aid. So, why don't you just pick up the phone, or send an email, or have your lawyers call his lawyers ... whatever way you
Finally, it's Friday. We've got just one more week left in July, and then it'll be August already. Boy, did this summer coast by! Maybe that's because we here at Noisecreep have been working hard all summer, to bring you all the latest heavy metal and hard rock news as well as some of the best band interviews around. An
It's Tuesday, and the rain is coming down hard here in New York. After cruising the Interwebs all morning, looking outside at what's undoubtedly going to be a dreary day, we're feeling bad for ESPN's Erin Andrews. By
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