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Former Nodes of Ranvier Bassist Loses Arms in Near-Fatal Accident

Brady Murphy, who played bass on Christian metalcore act Nodes of Ranvier's 2007 LP 'Defined by Struggle' and was a member of the band until their 2008 split, is lucky to be alive, after losing both arms in an accident that happened back in May. According to South Dakota newspaper the Argus Leader, Murphy, who is 22-years-old, survived

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Poison the Well Show Us Their Van at NYC 10 for $10 Tour Stop

This summer, the odometer of Poison the Well's white 2005 van will finally break the 200,000 miles as the band crisscrosses the nation as part of the 10 for $10 Tour, which boasts a hardcore bill featuring the likes of Terror, Vision, Madball, Death Before Dishonor, War of Ages and This Is Hell. We caught up with the guys before the second date of the tour in New York City. We also spent some time in said van, which, according to frontman Jeffrey Moreira, smells "like the insi

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Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley is Not the Father

Every Time I Die Vocalist Keith Buckley digs Maury Povich. In fact, he likes the TV host so much, he sports a tattoo that reads, "Keith, you are not the father." For the uninitiated, it's an homage to the signature phrase Povich utters on

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White Noise: News on Guns N’ Roses, Slipknot, Aerosmith, Nile, Hypocrisy and More

Three gorgeous days in a row! Finally, summer has found its way to New York City, and it's about time. So far, it's been a busy week for us here at Noisecreep. We just got back from the California launch of the RockStar Mayhem festival, where we interviewed a bunch of bands, and we're all excited for Friday's visit from Dream Theater's Mike Portnoy. We'll be rolling th

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White Noise: News on Crimson Glory, Nine Inch Nails, Cave In, Every Time I Die, Clutch and More

Yesterday, more than a billion sets of eyes watched as a packed Staples Center bid a final farewell to the King of Pop. Let's hope that, starting today, the world begins to move on from Jackson's premature passing, because the truth is, people die everyday. In

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White Noise: News on Alice In Chains, Clutch, Candiria, Every Time I Die, Carnal Forge and More

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

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White Noise: News on Every Time I Die, Slayer, Aerosmith, Skeletonwitch and More

Decisions, decisions. Today, two new eagerly-awaited albums land in stores: Killswitch Engage's self-titled latest, and Suicide Silence's 'No Time to Bleed.' Remember back to when you were younger, and you had limited means? If two albums dropped on the same day, and you could only afford to get one of them... what a dilemma! You'd have to wait

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White Noise: News on Kiss, Every Time I Die, Immolation, Burnt by the Sun and More

We weren't sure if we would, but lo and behold, we have indeed survived our first weekend in this post-Michael Jackson world. Jackson's passing got us thinking whether there was a heavy metal equivalent...meaning, is there

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White Noise: News on Every Time I Die, Ozzy Osbourne, De Profundis, Nevermore and Unearth

After a long weekend of playoff basketball, we're back for the start of another week here at Noisecreep, and we're expecting it's going to be a busy one. Either that, or an especially long week. Every week leading up to a three-day weekend feels excruciatingly long to us. An

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White Noise: Aerosmith Talk Summer Tour, ETID and The Red Chord Recording, Ross ‘The Boss’ Was “Kinda Fired”

There are a lot of bands doing the "whole album on a tour" thing, and its kind of awesome. You've got bands like Mastodon playing their new one, 'Crack the Skye,' from back to front on their current tour, and this summer, Mötley Crüe will be doing the same for their 1989 masterpiece, "Dr. Feelgood." But what about Aerosmith? There hav

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