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Enuff Z’nuff Don’t Cheat When Playing Live

Enuff Z'nuff started as a glam metal band in the '80s and evolved into a songwriting powerhouse thanks to bassist Chip Z'nuff and singer Donnie Vie. While the songs started as tracks for Enuff Z'nuff, Vie and Z'nuff realize

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‘What a Wonderful World’ Death Metal Cover — Video

Noisecreep brought you news of video mashups between Lady Gaga and Meshuggah and Madonna and Carcass, but what about plain old death metal covers of standards? Los Angeles musician Andy Rehfeldt teamed up with a friend he met online

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‘Heavy Metal Parking Lot’ — Video

A legendary lo-fi artifact of metal fandom, 'Heavy Metal Parking Lot' was filmed outside of Maryland's now-demolished Capital Centre before a Judas Priest/Dokken concert. In the parking lot, a drunken ta

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‘Madonna’s Carcass’ — Video Mashup

Over a month ago, Noisecreep reported on a Lady Gaga/Meshuggah mashup which combined the vocal track from Gaga's 'Paprarazzi' with the music of Meshuggah's 'Bleed.' In the same vein of fusing the grandiosity of pop diva singing with the battering rhythms of a metal band,

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HIM’s ‘Screamworks’ Is Sonic Equivalent of David Lynch’s ‘Blue Velvet’

"We've always been playing with contradictions and the yin yang of pop and rock 'n roll," HIM frontman Ville Valo told Noisecreep. With the new album, 'Screamworks: Love in Theory and Practice,' Valo says the combo is delightfully peculiar and beguiling. "I find the combination peculiarly satisfying, direct and in-your-

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The Chelsea Girls Bring the Vintage Metal and Sexed-Up Live Show

In the rebel spirit of the Runaways and Wendy O. Williams, the Los Angeles music scene has birthed the Chelsea Girls. Comprised of Allison Robertson (the Donnas) on guitars, Corey Parks (ex-Nashville Pussy) on bass, Samantha Maloney (ex-Shift,

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Daath Guitarist: ‘Stop Asking Us About the Kabbalah’

When Daath's debut, 'The Hinderers' was released in 2007, much ado was made about the concept behind the band. While Kabbalah is often seen as a celebrity-driven, hip, spiritual trend, with the likes of Madonna and Britney Spears sporting red bracelets that symbolize their interest in this particular sect of Jewish mysticism, an ex-member of Daath was interested in the tenets and thus, the thread was woven through the band's overall concept for a brief time.

Fast forward to 2009, and the rock press is still asking the band about this issue. Daath guitarist Eyal Levi wants t

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Your Demise Are Proud to be Hardcore in 2009

Your Demise freely admit that they are a hardcore band, which is often a slippery categorization in the aggressive music scene, since 'hardcore' tends to means a specific sound and style to a particular set of ears. More often than not, though, the genre is about an ethos, a culture and a

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