With the exception of Black Sabbath, early heavy metal was built upon a foundation of two-guitar bands. Whether it was the sturdy rhythm/lead axis of Scorpions' Rudolf Schenker and Uli Jon Roth or Judas Priest's legendary K.K. Dow
Dark Day Sunday, a thrashy new band featuring Shadows Fall drummer Jason Bittner manning the kit and guitarist Frank Aresti, late of prog giants Fates Warning, have teamed up with Noisecreep to premiere the lyric video for "HalfWay to GodZ." Here, the band adopts a different
The progressive metal community had its prayers answered earlier this year when it was officially announced that guitarist extraordinaire Jim Matheos and vocal wizard John Arch would be teaming up on an album of new material under the Arch / Matheos banner. Th
After Armored Saint released 2000's 'Revelation,' bassist Joey Vera kind of slipped out of the Armor-plated spotlight, but he remained busier than ever. "You might not have seen my face as much, but I definitely never went
Fates Warning has been on top of the progressive metal heap for over 3 decades. Formed in Connecticut in 1983, the band has had its share of member changes, but the quality of their forward-thinking songwriting has never waned. Their early material found Fates fronted by John Arch, a singer who l
It seems they don't call Unearth bassist John 'Slo' Maggard 'Slo' for nothing. The cardinal rule of 'Your iPod is Showing' is no cheating. Guilty pleasures and fluke embarrassments are just as revealing
Redemption vocalist Ray Alder, who also fronts Fates Warning, is based in Los Angeles, a city with a reputation for being jaded and fast-moving. Yet on the band's third album, 'Snowfall on Judgment Day,' the singer reflects on plenty o
Prog is oftentimes a dirty word to non-prog fans. It conjures up images of noodly and lengthy guitar solos, and an excess of intricate parts that often appeal to a finely-tuned ear. So, just how does a band like Redemption, featuring Fat
Great success! Yesterday, hopped up on caffeine and fresh from listening to the new Black Dahlia Murder, we sat down in the AOL studios for our second official Creep Show podcast, and it was awesome. We had two of the g
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