Enough with the lists, folks. Is it just us, or does it seem like everybody's obsessed with them these days. Numerous metal and hard rock sites (including Noisecreep) have been rolling out these lists ...
We get a lot of cool guests stopping by Noisecreep headquarters, and recently we had one of our absolute favorites pay us a visit. Dave Witte and Phil Hall are best known as the lethal rhythm section for Municipal Waste and when they were in New York to do so
Vikings and metal go hand in hand, so it's no surprise director Tony Stone chose a hard rocking soundtrack for his new film, 'Severed Ways: The Norse Discovery of America.' The film features acts such as Burzum, Dimmu Borgir, Morbid Angel, Judas Priest, and more. "Some of the p
Admittedly, when you think of Creed, the last thing that would come to mind is the funereal stomp of old-school Celtic Frost. Albums like 'My Own Prison' and 'Human Clay' helped crown Creed kings of modern rock radio in the late 90s. When the recently reunited band passed by AOL's Los Angeles studio
So, yesterday, we posted a story about producer Jason Suecof, and some of the parodies he's created over the years, mocking some of metal's biggest names. The story actually contained audio of one such parody, called "Shadows Balls." B
Anyone who has heard heavy metal producer Jason Suecof's old project Crotchduster knows the man who calls himself a "fat, crippled Jew" has a phenomenal sense of humor. Ultimately, Crotchduster wasn't a serious band at all, but rather a joke project and a statement on a scene that rarely laughs at itself, or very frequently takes itself way too seriously.
Open any hard rock publication these days and you'd be hard-pressed to not see some kind of coverage on a death metal band. The once vilified genre is everywhere these days. Not only are Job For A Cowboy t-shirts flying off the shelves at your local Hot Topic, a recent episode of Fox TV's 'Bones' based an entire storyline around a fictional Norwegian death metal band.
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