"I've never bought a song on iTunes. I listen to entire albums," says Opeth singer-songwriter Mikael Åkerfeldt. The Swedish progressive-metal icon is discussing 'Heritage,' Opeth's brand new album, with Noisecreep. Known for his labyrinthine arrangements and nuanced recor
Ever try chewing chips with earplugs plugged into your ears? It sucks! Until God Dethroned plays in front of you -- drowning out the crunching sound. At least that's the lesson this writer learned when God Dethroned played No
Blatant Disarray make no bones about their love for late '80s metal. The North Carolina combo just released 'Everyone Dies Alone,' their debut album for Tribunal Records, and it recalls the heyday of Bay Area thrash. But that doesn't mean they are mere revivalists. The songs on 'Everyone Dies Alone' show t
Half adecade has passed since Seattle progressive metal masters Nevermore released 'This Godless Endeavor.' The years have been agonizing for the band's ardent fans, but now the wait is almost over. On June 8, Nevermore will release their seventh full-length studio album
Apparently, Opeth frontman Mikael Åkerfeldt has swollen feet. So says the mainman himself in a new blog posting. In it, Åkerfeldt presents fans with a recap of the band's recent spate of six 20th anniversary gigs; Noisecreep covered Opeth's New York gig, during which the band performed 2001's 'Blackwater Park' in its entirety.
Just like Immortal did the week before, Swedish death metallers Opeth only booked two shows in the U.S. -- one in New York and the other in Los Angeles. Usually frontman Mikael Åkerfeldt asks the crowd if they were a
High on Fire aren't new to the music business. Five albums in, 'Snakes for the Divine' is taking off and shooting the California metal band to new heights. So while positive reviews in the New York Times and Chicago Tribune are n
Never seen Finnish prog metal upstarts Barren Earth live and in the flesh? Well, neither have we -- and that's not quite a shock, since they're so new and on the eve of releasing their first full-length album. We can remedy your desire for a live taste of the band by having you
For a spell there, Connecticut death metallers theBreathing Process were being falsely characterized as deathcore -- even metalcore. That really, really pissed guitarist Jordan Milner off, because, if anything, the band is black
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