Scott Givens, a longtime metal industry player, is the VP of Metal at E1, home to Hatebreed, Kittie, Throwdown and Satyricon, to name a few. Clearly, Givens knows what's good in the metal scene, and is bringing it to his company
Maylene and the Sons of Disaster have embarked on their U.S. tour with All That Remains and Lacuna Coil, sans vocalist Dallas Taylor -- but with He Is Legend frontman Schuylar Dane taking the role of lead singer. While fans are left speculating over what's happening with Maylene -- whose only original members left are Taylor and bassist Roman Haviland –
On Oct. 27, Gwynbleidd, a band that formed back in 2002, will issue its debut LP, 'Nostalgia,' an impressive, punishing collection of progressive black metal that's imbued with slight black and folk metal elements. The album is a real monster, and Noisecreep is proud to be abl
Returning revamped with their Century Media debut, Canada's traditional metal outfit 3 Inches of Blood have recently released their fourth studio effort, 'Here Waits Thy Doom,' and are announcing an upcoming tour in support of the new album.
With a record release party in Los Angeles Sept. 9, a one-off show supporting Slipkn
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
Our fave Swedes, In Flames, are ready to lay waste to American venues this fall. They're hitting the road in support of their latest album, 'A Sense of Purpose,' which was their first effort for E1, after stints at Nuclear Blast and Ferret. This also marks the band's first headlining run since fall 2008, so it's about damn time
Between the Buried and Me frontman Tommy Rogers has a hard time describing what the band's Jamie King-produced follow-up to 2007's 'Colors' sounds like, and that's fair. But he takes a crack at it anyway.
"It's definitely a step forward for us, I think," he starts. "I don't kn
Man, did we have a busy weekend, as we're sure you did. On Saturday, we braved the L.I.E. traffic to head out to a poolside barbecue with the relatives. Luckily, this year, no one blacked out and fell in the pool. We
Producer David Bendeth is known for his top-charting work with Breaking Benjamin, Underoath, In Flames, As I Lay Dying and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. From his studio in New Jersey he told Noisecreep his thoughts about the passing of
It's been 20 years and Wacken Open Air is still louder than hell. With bands like Bullet for My Valentine (at left), Dragonforce, In Flames, Napalm Death and many more, it's no wonder the legendary fest sold out months in advance. The fest runs from July 30 to August 3, 2009 and features dozens and dozens of bands on seven stages.
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