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Guilt Machine’s Arjen Lucassen Taking a Different Route With New Album

Arjen Lucassen, best known for his work with the Dutch prog rock band Ayeron, went through hell writing 'On This Perfect Day,' the debut album for his new project Guilt Machine. "I got divorced after 13 years," Lucassen told No

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Ancestors, ‘The Trial’ — Song Premiere

There's a bit of an interesting twist to 'The Trial,' a track from Los Angeles-based psychedelic doom rockers Ancestors, which we here at Noisecreep are proud to be able to bring to you, ahead of the release next week of the band's sophomore LP, 'Of Sound Mind.' It's an epic monster that fans of bands like Neurosis, King Crimson, the Swor


John Lamacchia Reveals Info About Spylacopa Album and Candiria Remixes

Candiria were one of the first fusion metal bands. The Brooklynites combined metal with free jazz time signatures, so much so that innovation was the band's middle name. But after a serious van accident nearly killed the band, Candiria began flying below the radar. Guitarist John

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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 Alice In Chains, Eluveitie, the Haunted, Godflesh, Decrepit Birth and … Steve Wilkos?

So, this is going to sound weird. But yesterday, this scribe went to Stamford, Ct. with his fiancée, to sit in on a live taping of 'The Steve Wilkos Show.' Don't judge. We've been a fan of the bald talk show host since his Jerry Springer spin-off started three years ago, mainly because the dude throws chairs when he gets pissed. It's sort


Chevelle Know They Sound like Tool, Slam Auto-Tune Lovers Fall Out Boy

When you first start listening to Chevelle's new album, 'Sci-Fi Crimes,' you can't help but notice that the disc, which hits stores Sept. 1, sounds like a slightly toned-down Tool. When asked if he hears that a lot, drumm

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Marilyn Manson on Chris Vrenna, Albums He Loves and Believing in ‘a God’

Marilyn Manson was in a Hollywood Hotel - the Sunset Marquis, if you're a human GPS wishing to track his whereabouts a few weeks ago - when he carved out some time for Noisecreep. He was actually playing an on-site piano, and said, "I want to lay on top of it or play like Billy Joel or Elton John. Only I'll make it sound scary."

Manson really sai

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Bigelf’s Damon Fox on Strings, Labels and the Dream of Opening for Pink Floyd

"When you combine strings and rock n' roll, it's always a touchy subject for certain folk. You know, you look at Black Sabbath - they didn't have strings on their albums. They had minimal keyboards in general. The sounds in B

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