Bretgate 2009 rages on. You'd think getting smacked in the face with a stage prop and dropped like a bad habit was the worst thing that's ever happened to Bret Michaels (after Taya Parker, of course), but let's face it: Bret hasn't had this much press since the late 80s. Bu
So, a stage prop breaks your nose and knocks you on your a-- on national television. What do you do? Try to glean as much press from the incident as you can, while people still care. That seems to be Poison frontman Bret Michaels' agenda this week. With talk of an off
If this past weekend was a slow one, news-wise, Monday has more than made up the difference. Band breakups, baby births, broken noses, potato heads. We're not even sure where to start this gloriously rainy morning. Pe
On Sunday, this year's Tony Awards aired on television. Normally, Noisecreep wouldn't have tuned in for such an event, but had to, just because glam-rock rebels Poison were scheduled to take the stage for a performance of "Nothin' But a Good Time." The band share
They say the news is always happening, but this weekend, the metal news took something of a respite. Seriously. It was a rather slow two days, probably because everyone was outside and far from their computers. He
Another week is in the books, people, and the summer's just getting started (although it feels like Seattle in December here in New York City lately; what gives, Ma Nature?) This month, some of the summer's biggest tours will be kicking off, and we're psyched about that. We
Among metal fans Poison, which famously feuded with Guns N' Roses, is a band that has inspired a lot of vitirol. Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen admits that when the band's upcoming tour with one of hair metal's biggest groups was announced, some of the Leppard faithful were not happy. "It's kind of interesting because initially you'd get really kind of hateful emails, 'Why are you going ou
Recently our friends over at AOL Radio made their picks for the 10 best power ballads of all time. We're opinionated little pills here at Noisecreep, so we decided to make our own list, thank-you-very-much. You'll noticed we didn't totally disagree with our radio friends (and their listeners) – y
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