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Junius, ‘Betray the Grave': Exclusive Video Premiere
If you hung out Noisecreep's office in the last few months, you would be well-acquainted with Junius. Last year, the Boston-based quartet's Reports From the Threshold of Death album wowed rock critics with its alluring blend of post-rock atmospherics and metallic muscle...
Best Metal Albums of 2011
It's early December, and that means everyone is rolling out their year-end lists. Later this week, Noisecreep will premiere our 'Best Metal Videos' feature, and we'll also post a holiday gift guide to help make your shopping a little less hellish...
Junius Prefer the Hardships of Tour Over ‘Real Life’
When Junius played Public Assembly back in March, every member of the band was dressed all in black at the Brooklyn, N.Y. venue. That is not out of the ordinary for touring metal bands. However, with the exception of drummer Dana Filloon, who was barefoot, each member was also wearing black, slip-on…
Junius Think Big With ‘The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist’
The latest album from Boston's Junius, 'The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist,' is a colossal affair. Musically speaking, the layered tones and textures create a vast soundscape that is as much Isis as it is the Cure. Artistically, both the vinyl and CD versions are packaged in what could …
Junius Offer Advice for Touring Newbies

When a band gets together and writes a few songs, records a demo and plays some local shows, they are typically pretty eager to move on to the next step, like buying a van and heading out on the road. While the allure of quitting your day job and being a full-time musician may sound pretty appealing…