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Best Metal Videos of 2010 (So Far)
UPDATE: See our final list of the best metal videos of 2010.
2010 has been a great year for metal videos, crying out for a best-of list. Fan-made brutality, animation, space travel -- 2010's had it all. But it's so easy to miss a video in the myriad of premieres, so out of hope that nothing gets left…
The Sword, ‘Tres Brujas’ — New Song
The Sword have debuted 'Tres Brujas,' the single from 'Warp Riders,' their third album, which is set to land in six weeks on Aug. 24. Wow, there's only like seven more weeks of summer?
This writer has checked out the song, and it's a wee bit different than the band&apos…
New Hard Rock and Metal Releases — August 2010
The only way to coast through the blazing, oppressive August heat is to either go surfing in the ocean, use an industrial powered air conditioner and crank up some of the best tunes the metal world has to offer. This month marks several 'returns' from acts that have not released anything in the past…
Black Pyramid Tour Dates With Let the Night Roar
Up and comers Black Pyramid will make like Judas Priest and head out to the highway to tour with Let the Night Roar. Haven't heard of Black Pyramid yet? Don't worry, you will. And you can thank Noisecreep for tipping you off about this psych rock band first...
The Sword Go Sci-Fi, Broaden Sound for Third Album
Grandiose heavy metal quartet the Sword are halfway through recording their third album, and, reveals frontman J.D. Cronise, fans can expect a few changes. Speaking to Noisecreep from the band's home base of Austin, Texas, Cronise says that the as-yet-untitled record will have a broader hard rock so…
The Sword Working With Producer Matt Bayles
After spending two years on the road with Metallica, the Sword have returned to their hometown of Austin, Texas to begin tracking their forthcoming third LP, which will be in stores before the end of 2010, according to the band's label, Kemado Records...
Dead Meadow, ‘That Old Temple’ — Video
Live albums are interesting. Some bands just throw them out for the die-hard fans, or they use them to end a contract with a label. But not Dead Meadow. When it came time to document the final show from their 2009 Old Growth Tour, the band decided to make a film to coincide with the actual recorded …

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