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Unearthly Trance, ‘V’ — Album Art of the Week

British artist Glyn Smyth is very open about his process, as evidenced by his blog post about the artwork he did for Unearthly Trance's fifth album, 'V.' "When I started getting my initial ideas together for the 'V' artwork," Smyth told Noisecreep, "I kn

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U.S. Christmas, ‘Run Thick in the Night’ — New Album

Appalachian troubadours U.S. Christmas will be releasing 'Run Thick in the Night,' their fifth album, this fall via Neurot Recordings. The band, whose quirky name is pulled from the 1973 Sam Peckinpah fi

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The Communion’s Lee Altomare Passes Away at 33

It is with a heavy heart that Noisecreep would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the friends, family and fans of the Communion's Lee Altomare. The 33-year-old guitarist of the terrific, New York-based doom pun

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Hallux Members Met Each Other Through Other Music Projects

Even though Hallux have played with some pretty rad bands (Withered, Unearthly Trance, Malkuth, Wizardry, etc.), if you live outside of New York area, it is unlikely that you have heard of them. As New York residents, they often play the small stages that Noi

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Endless Blockade Frontman Couldn’t Play in ‘Minimum-Wage’ Band

Canadian powerviolence purveyors the Endless Blockade are a busy bunch. They have a split with Bastard Noise out via 20 Buck Spin/Deep Six, a forthcoming split with Unearthly Trance, a discography CD on the way, a death metal side project called Slaughter Strike and several live shows booked including an appearance at SXSW. How do they do it? Noisecreep spoke with bassist/vocalist Andrew Nolan to find out.

"I perceive the bands and noise projects I'm involved with

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Nachtmystium Recording Album With New Rhythm Section

Chicago's finest (some might even say America's finest) black metallers, Nachtmystium, recently entered Semaphore Recording Studio to record 'Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. 2,' the follow-up to 2008's 'Assassins: Black Meddle Pt. 1.' Noisecre

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Seasick and Pollution Get Back to Basement Punk

The last time I saw New Jersey's Seasick at The Charleston, the audience and every band member glistened from August basement heat. Fast forward to Dec. 5, when snow flurries graced Brooklyn's streets. The bi

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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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Apex Fest III to Darken Up New York City in November

Annihilvs Power Electronix and Chronic Youth, as they write on their blog, "in conjunction with a ton of other shadowy organizations" are presenting this November's installment of the biannual Apex Festival in New York City.

The super underground fest is set to take place on Nov. 13 and 14 at Chashama Arts on East 42nd Street, a smal

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Amplifier Worship: Coffins, Om, Minsk, Unearthly Trance

PUTTING THE WEST COAST UNDER THE STENCH: Japanese death-doom-sludge trio Coffins (at left) have announced a west coast tour to precede their appearance at the 2009 LA Murderfest on May 9. The tour hits markets in Washing

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