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Top 10 Heavy Metal Books

Metalheads are some of the most devoted music fans on the planet. Not only do we voraciously devour new music like no one else, we also can't enough information about the artists we love. Now more than ever, it seems like there's a press release on floating around every other week about a heavy metal-related book hitting stores

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Triptykon Frontman: Those Offended by Artwork ‘Sick and Perverted’

Triptykon frontman Tom Gabriel Warrior has been friends with iconoclastic Swiss artist H.R. Giger ever since Giger gave him permission to use his painting 'Satan I' for the cover of Celtic Frost's 1985 album 'To Mega Therion.' So when Warrior decided to start a new band, he knew just where he wanted to turn

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Triptykon, ‘Eparistera Daimones’ — Album Art of the Week

Triptykon's 'Eparistera Daimones' is the Swiss band's debut album, but it already carries with it a lot of weight in the metal community. This is the new project of Thomas Gabriel Fischer of Celtic Frost

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Order of Apollyon, ‘Word,’ ‘Never’ — New Songs

Wearing shirts by Hellhammer and other essential extreme metal bands, and featuring deviant black metal producer BST on vocals (ex-Aborted, Aosoth) along with former members of Aborted (drummer Daniel Wilding), Cradle of Filth (guitarist James McIlroy) and Akercocke (bassist Peter Benjamin), the guys in Order of Apollyon sure seem like children of the black. Even when they describe the band on their MySpace as "a music

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Triptykon Artist Vincent Castiglia Paints With His Own Blood

It was summer of 2008, when Thomas Gabriel Fischer -- founder of Hellhammer and Celtic Frost -- announced his new project called Triptykon. Around that time New York based artist Vincent Castiglia was exhibiting his work at the H.R. Giger Museum Gallery in Swi

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Book Publisher Ian Christe Discusses His Upcoming Titles for 2010

Ian Christe is a heavy metal renaissance man. Not only has he written for everyone from Spin to Metal Maniacs, he's also released music as Dark Noerd and in 2007 he launched his own book publishing house called Bazillion Points. Since then he released Daniel Ekeroth's 'Swedish Death Metal,' the

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‘Sound of the Beast’ Author Ian Christe Reads Blabbermouth

One of the coolest parts about being part of the Noisecreep family is getting to talk shop with some of our favorite people in the hard rock scene. Ian Christe is one of the most respected figures in the world of heavy metal. Perhaps best known for his exhaustive 'Sound of th

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Sourvein Love Doing Split Releases

Split releases make up one of the strongest staples of the underground music scene. Whether it's releasing a three-way tape with your buddies' powerviolence bands or going all out on a 180 gram picture disc with one of your idols, doing a split is one of the best ways to get your music heard by unfamiliar ears (and can be pretty damn profitable, too, if you play your cards right and vinyl nerds get wind of your wares).

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Hellhammer Resurrected Thanks to New Book, ‘Only Death Is Real’

Tom Gabriel Fischer -- also known in the metal scene as Tom G. Warrior, frontman for Celtic Frost -- put together a book of photos documenting his pre-Frost band, Hellhammer, called 'Only Death is Real: An Illustra

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White Noise: News on Megadeth, Black Dahlia Murder, Faith No More, 3 Inches of Blood and More

A blog posted over at Invisible Oranges this week has us asking this question: Is it possible to love a band but hate their fans? Cosmo Lee wonders in the column if there's some sense of self-loathing involved in hating fans of a band you dig? The column recounts Lee's experience seeing a bunch of no-neck-having, Affliction-donning d-bags leaving a Lamb of God show and shuddered at the thought that he might be just like the posers he was ridiculing. The column got us thinking about all the bands we used to love during the late 1990s (we don't care if that dates us), and how those bands' fan

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