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‘The Official Heavy Metal Book of Lists’ Was Inspired by PMRC

"I came up with most of the lists in bars, to tell you the truth," Eric Danville, author of 'The Official Heavy Metal Book of Lists: The Heaviest Book of All Time' told Noisecreep about his aforementioned book, which includes lists like '108 Sub-Genres' or 'Bands With the Words Dead/Dying' in their names!

"Seriously, when I was asked to do the book, the first thing I thought of was the Parents' Music Resource Center hearings in the '80s, when Tipper Gore and Susan Baker got their Senator husbands to propose a ratings system for offensive albums and presented it as a consumer rights issue," Danville said. While Gore and Baker were trying to dissuade people from certain bands, music and songs, it was people like

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King Diamond Will be Working This Halloween

The King -- that would be King Diamond, our favorite corpse-paint slathered metal icon -- will spend this Halloween working diligently. King Diamond has been toiling over a bunch of reissues, which he is

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Heavy Metal Hookers Roller Derby Team Show No Mercy

The Heavy Metal Hookers of the Philly Roller Girls League are tried and true metalheads. "Before every bout, I listen to Slayer and I'd say that 'Show No Mercy' is the album we listen to the most," proud Hooker Robin Drugstores told Noisecreep. "I am riding in my car, driving to a bout, blasting Slayer and getting pum

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Your iPod is Showing: Skeletonwitch drummer Derrick ‘Mullet Chad’ Nau

As some of the leaders of the new school of thrash metal, the boys in Athens, Ohio quintet Skeletonwitch play swift, staccato riffs and rapidfire beats colored with gargling death metal vocals and some epic, atmospheric rhythms reminiscent of the best Viking power metal. So, it's pretty comforting to see that drummer Derrick 'Mullet Chad' Nau's iPod is mostly fi

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Vinyl in the Digital Age: Straight From the Horse’s Mouth, Talking to Bands

Vinyl records should have been something dead and buried when the digital age took its big thick grasp, as the number one music store in the country became a digital one. But the truth is, vinyl might be a driving force, helping keep the aching music industry alive -- especially in the underground metal and punk community, which is what Eric Mueller from Pirate P


White Noise: News on Aerosmith, Slipknot, Queens of the Stone Age, Mercyful Fate and More

Barbecue? Check. Meats? Check. Booze? Check. Fireworks we scored over the weekend in New Jersey, because they're illegal in New York? Check. Sounds like we're ready for the Fourth of July weekend. Are you? The gang here at Noisecreep loves July Fourth, so much so that it's our favorite holiday, because, let's face it, Independence Day is rather metal. We


Top 10 High-Pitch Metal Singers

The high pitch scream is as synonymous with heavy metal as Dio's "metal horns." Throughout the 80s, approximately two out of five metal bands employed a singer who rocked the high-pitched delivery and wasn't afraid to use it. The next decade

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Who Was the First Band to Wear Corpse Paint?

Thank you, Jenny (not photographed at left), for providing this weeks Ask The 'Creep - Who was the first band to wear corpse paint?

We could enter into a long, convoluted discussion of face painting in the theater, German Expressionist cinema, monster movies, and blah, blah, blah, but the short answer is "Alice Cooper." Sure, there were progen

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