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New Hard Rock and Metal Releases — July 2011
This July, there is something for every kind of metal fan. Prepare for the summer swelter with any of the hard rock and metal releases that are on the docket next month, starting with the new Unearth album, 'Darkness in the Light,' which should detonate more than its fair share of backyard…
Don’t Call Atakke’s Songs Happy
Back in September, Atakke played at New York's Europa with Howl and Toxic Holocaust. Just seven months after Noisecreep reported their show, the death metallers were on the same stage again. This time around they opened the minds and clogged the ears of Brooklynites before Castevet, Krallice an…
Black Anvil, ‘Triumvirate’ — New Album
New York black metal band Black Anvil may have been influenced by progenitors of the genre such as Celtic Frost, Bathory and Sodom, but for some reason they've reached out to one of the aesthetic enemies of their forefathers to produce their second album, 'Triumvirate...
Trap Them Are Even Good When Anti-Social
Just a year ago Trap Them released 'Seizures in Barren Praise' and shook up the lives of hardcore and grindcore lovers all over the universe. Like the three other road-crazed bands Trap Them played with at The Crazy Donkey Nov. 3 -- Toxic Holocaust, Skeletonwitch and Black Dahlia Murder --…
Satyricon Set Stage Ablaze With Devilish Intent

"We have no political message or anything," Satyricon frontman Satyr said shortly after a scorching set by Taiwanese black metal freedom fighters Chthonic. "We just have the message of black metal."
And that was all it took. Satyricon may not wear corpse paint or spiked shin guard…
Satyricon Will be Taking Off From the Road in 2010
He may look ominous and scary, but Satyricon's namesake, Satyr, is really quite polite and pleasant. We spoke to him after midnight in his native Norway, but he insisted he's not a nocturnal night owl, up till all hours. "I have been out all day and came back home like an hour ago…

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