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Forbidden, ‘Omega Wave’ — Album Art of the Week
Veteran artist Kent Mathieu hadn't done an album cover in 30 years when California thrashers Forbidden came along and asked him to do the artwork for their latest CD, 'Omega Wave.' "It's an amazing coincidence that I happened to find right at the time they needed art do…
Forbidden Tour Dates With With Overkill, Evile
Recently reformed late-'80s thrash band Forbidden will be on the road for most of this winter supporting their upcoming album 'Omega Wave.' On Nov. 5 in Rochester, N.Y., Forbidden will launch a tour opening for Overkill. The bill also features Evile, Gamma Bomb and Bonded by Blood, an…
Forbidden, ‘Omega Wave’ — New Album
One of the key players in the second wave of the Bay Area thrash metal scene, Forbidden released four full-length albums before breaking up after 1997's 'Green.' The band is back together 12 years later, working hard on their next album, 'Omega Wave...
Silent Civilian, ‘Ghost Stories’ — New Album
Ex-Spineshank vocalist Jonny Santos is leading the charge for the Los Angeles metalcore band Silent Civilian, whose second album, 'Ghost Stories,' is scheduled to drop May 18.
Aside from Santos, the album features an entirely new lineup than the musicians who played on the band's 2006 …
Forbidden Sign With Nuclear Blast
Bay Area thrashers Forbidden, who've been ripping, snorting and thrashing like madmen since 1988, have found a new label home, signing with Nuclear Blast America. With the current thrash renaissance -- old bands releasing career albums and new bands beaming with pride over those bands as influe…
Megadeth Drummer Shawn Drover — Your iPod Is Showing
"I have always said that I like everything from Marduk to Mozart, and this pretty much proves it," Megadeth drummer Shawn Drover tells Noisecreep in reference to his 'Your iPod Is Showing' submission. He's not kidding. Drover's iPod list starts with Vivaldi's 'The Four Seasons,' ends with …
Voivod Invade Japan on ‘Tatsumaki’ DVD
Over the course of their 27 year career, Quebec, Canada future-metal band Voivod had never been to Japan. So when they were invited to Kawasaki, Japan in September 2008 for a concert with Testament and Forbidden, drummer and founding member Michel 'Away' Langevin was beyond stoked...

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