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Iron Age Singer Is ‘Not Very Savvy on the Internet’

When it comes to running his record label, Cyclopean Records, Iron Age vocalist Jason Tarpey takes an old-school approach. "I'm really old fashioned," Tarpey told Noisecreep. "I handwrite all the labels. I pack everything myself. I'm not very sa

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Artists of the 2000s

The last decade was kind to heavy metal. Not only did veteran acts release some of their most exciting work, a flurry of new bands also came out of nowhere to demand their place among the greats. Noisecreep recently compiled lists of the best songs and albums of the past decade and it's been nothing short of controversial

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Best Albums of the 2000s

Although the mainstream largely shunned heavy metal in the 1990s, the last decade found our music getting more attention that it's ever gotten. Some of the finest releases the music has ever had were released from 2000 to 2009 and shows like VH1's 'The Metal Show' have proved very successful in the ratings game

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The Sword ‘Will Absolutely Alienate’ Some Fans on Third Album

On their next album, Austin, Texas stoner doomsters the Sword will be ditching the lyrical themes of old (sorcerers, mythology, ravens) for something a little more 2010: They're going sci-fi, building the entire album around a story that takes place not in the future but some otherworldly dominion with spaceships and robots. Frontman J.D. Cronise is well aware that the shift could turn some of their longtime

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Shrinebuilder Play First New York Show

While Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Wino (Saint Vitus), Al Cisneros (Om, Sleep) and Dale Crover (Melvins) were combining their masterful minds below Bleeker Street, a line that included women in tall glittery boots, fishnets and bust-breaking corsets and men dressed just as club-ready was developing outside for a fetish party that was happening in the same venue.

Nov. 15 began with local black metallers Liturgy and southern, blackened doomsters Rwake. But it w

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New Releases: Converge, Fu Manchu, Gwen Stacy, Rammstein, Shrinebuilder

This past week, metal was on the brink of clinching #1 on the charts thanks to an iconic rock band -- until some Hallmark mothers decided to purchase Michael Buble. Nevertheless as reported by our friends over at Meta

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Om Doom Philadelphia’s Eardrums

"Damn it, we missed Lichens," this writer grumbled to her companions as we finally got to Johnny Brenda's, one of Fishtown's nicer venues and home to more hipsters than you can shake an ironically-angled stick at. The bar downstairs hu

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Eyehategod, Shrinebuilder, Coffinworm — Amplifier Worship

ON A BOAT: Nola sludge kings Eyehategod have a few dates scheduled in the Northeast later this month. The shows feature an impressive supporting cast, including Pig Destroyer, Goatwhore, Anal Cunt, Howl, Unearthly Trance and Tombs, and one of the shows is actually on a boat. Yes, a boat! A

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Shrinebuilder Post Track, Announce More Shows

Massive doom supergroup Shrinebuilder -- featuring Scott Kelly of Neurosis/Tribes of Neurot, Scott 'Wino' Weinrich of Saint Vitus/the Obsessed/Spirit Caravan/Hand of Doom, Al Cisneros of Sleep/Om, and Dale Crover of the Melvins -- have released a long-awaited track to their MySpace page and to Kelly's radio blog Return to Zero.

Just under eight minutes long, 'Pyramid of the Moon' has already seen thousands of plays since going up yesterday. To add to the good news of this monumental group's highly-anticipate

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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

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