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10 Metal Albums to Check Out This Fall

Fall brings many things. The changing of the leaves. Labor Day barbecues. The Jewish High Holy Days. The Pagan celebration of Samhain. Razor blades in the apples. That's to say nothing of the ensuing global hysteria as we hurtle towards the Mayan calendar apocalypse on Dec

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Krallice Look to ‘Deliver the Visceral Hit’ on ‘Diotima’

Krallice are one of the most impressive American black metal bands, and the Brooklynites' new album 'Diotima' is an exercise in extreme, unpolished grimness. If you believe in the old guard when it comes to black

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Don’t Call Atakke’s Songs Happy

Back in September, Atakke played at New York's Europa with Howl and Toxic Holocaust. Just seven months after Noisecreep reported their show, the death metallers were on the same stage again. This time around they opened the minds and clogged the ears of Brooklynites before Castev

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Ludicra’s Frontwoman Can’t Talk Much on Tour, but She Sure Can Growl

On April 18, Ludicra graced Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Europa with one of the best shows this writer has seen to date (I've covered 100 or more for Noisecreep in the last year, too). The night started with Brooklyn's own Atakke and Castevet and ended wi

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Child Abuse Bassist Gets to Make Music With People He Likes Often

Child Abuse bassist Tim Dahl is a very busy musician. He just completed a live recording with the improv group tagged Barr, Shea, Dahl -- with Mick Barr of Ocrilim and Krallice and Kevin Shea of Talibam! Child Abuse drummer Oran Canfield recorded the live session.

"Basically I spent my afternoon with three people that I like and made music. That's pretty much a winning combination in my boo

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Mutilation Rites Keep to the DIY Side of the New York Underground

New York City and Brooklyn in particular have rapidly developed into a metal mecca of a certain kind -- 'hipster metal' dominates, while the underground is left to its own diabolical devices. The N.Y.C.

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Hydra Head Doesn’t Hate the Austerity Program

"Can we get a volunteer to start our drum machine?" Justin Foley asked Friday night at Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Union Pool. Unlike many other humans I've come across, Foley and bassist Thad Calabrese don't have to try to hard to be funny. Sinc

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Cleric, ‘Regression’ — New Album

For the astutely aware, a Cleric full-length has been something of a long wait. But for those unaware of a band with this kind of dynamic compositions, please read on as well. 'Regressions' is the first proper long player from the Philadelphia-based act, wh

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Kayo Dot’s Toby Driver Books Shows He Wants to See

Along with all things Kayo Dot, multi-instrumentalist Toby Driver has been especially busy this month. Venue owner John Zorn invited Driver to curate a month's worth of shows at The Stone -- something Driver says has taken him about a year to plan. "I started working on it that long ago just because a lot of the peopl

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Tombs’ Frontman Upgrades Gear, Spring Tour Plans Still Uncertain

After a successful European tour with Buried Inside, Tombs are gearing up for a new set of U.S. dates this spring. The Brooklyn-based band will perform at Relapse Records' SXSW showcase, which takes place on Wednesday, March 17 at Red 7, and includes labelmates such as Voivod, Howl and comedian Brian Posehn. It's been almost a year since the band's Relapse release, 'Winter Hours,' came out, but its popularity continues

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