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Best Metal Albums of 2012 (So Far)
Now that we're more than half way through with 2012, Noisecreep finally decided get a list up of our favorite albums released so far this year. As you'll see below, the list includes everything from veterans of the Bay Area Thrash scene, to younger underground bands...
Best Metal Videos of 2010
Blood and stop-motion were the weapons of metal videos this year. Some made great uses of digital technology, and others lost themselves in the edits. Vampire nurses, blood-soaked ladies, space travel -- 2010 had it all. But it's so easy to miss a video in the myriad of premieres...
U.S. Christmas, ‘Run Thick in the Night’ — New Album
Appalachian troubadours U.S. Christmas will be releasing 'Run Thick in the Night,' their fifth album, this fall via Neurot Recordings. The band, whose quirky name is pulled from the 1973 Sam Peckinpah film 'Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid,' peddle a "unique brand of psyche…
Eyehategod Tour Dates With Nachtmystium, Brutal Truth
New Orleans' Eyehategod make metal that's sludgier than a NOLA swamp, and the band will finally tour the U.S. after a significant absent from the road circuit other than weekend warrior gigging.
"It's first U.S. tour in a long time, and while we've been doing shows all ov…
Swans’ Jarboe Teams Up With Hull
Jarboe has been exceptionally busy over the last six months. The Atlanta-based vocalist contributed vocals to A Storm of Light's latest record, 'Forgive Us Our Trespasses' and has also been touring constantly, though she is not part of the reformation of her old band, Swans...
Iceland Volcano Strands Metal Bands Across Europe
Lava-spewing volcanoes look pretty damn cool on album covers, but the past week has taught us that volcanoes and metal don't always mix so well. As anyone who doesn't live in a torch-lit cave knows by now, an Icelandic volcano erupted April 15, spreading clouds of ash across much of Europe…
Black Anvil, ‘Triumvirate’ — New Album
New York black metal band Black Anvil may have been influenced by progenitors of the genre such as Celtic Frost, Bathory and Sodom, but for some reason they've reached out to one of the aesthetic enemies of their forefathers to produce their second album, 'Triumvirate...
Xasthur, ‘Portal of Sorrow’ — New Album
'Portal of Sorrow' is going to be the last undertaking to bear the Xasthur name. "The honorable thing to do is to end the band and not hang around too long, like so many metal/black metal bands do. Enough is enough, right?" The multi-instrumentalist Malefic stated on the …

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