Be afraid of the dark. Very afraid. At least you will be when you take a listen to 'What You Dream Of,' a new song by Crone, which features Isis bassist Jeff Caxide. Noisecreep is pleased to exclusively premiere the song from the band's new album 'Endless Midni
This past April, Noisecreep ran the first part of an interview Tombs frontman Mike Hill conducted with extreme music renaissance man Aaron Turner. Since the two are old friends from the underground DIY touring circuit, the conversation covered Turner's entire career.
When Isis announced their break up last year, it heralded the end of an era in extreme music. For over a decade, Isis consistently released genre-defying records that challenged their listeners by aggregating sonic intensity with emotion and melody. The band also maintained a strong visual identity with their albums
Since the late '90s, Dominick Fernow a.k.a. Prurient has been creating some of the most extreme and challenging noise music to come out of New York City. While there's no such thing as a typical Prurient recording, a number of key tracks feature p
2010 will mark the year of many metal turning points. The Melvins -- after 26 years of changing music and influencing musicians all over the world -- finally made their first trip to Billboard's Top 200. Isis -- who also changed metal music in shaping post-metal and influencin
In 1998 it began with 'The Mosquito Control' EP, embossed with a metallic insect that became the seal of the quintet and containing what for most became the first listens of a spacious yet destructive sound -- which became the pin pointed definition of post-metal. Afte
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