It was an exciting week at Noisecreep central. We developed the capability to run photos on giant LED screens of the bands and albums we're talking about and we actually looked like a real broadcast news department. And we got to share that tingly feeling with Soulfly and Cavalera Conspiracy frontman Max Cavalera (ex-Sepultura), who talked to us about his new album 'Omen,' which drops May 25 and the current tour he's on with Prong, Incite and Rotting Corpse.

Joining Cavalera in the studio were Noisecreep editor Seth Werkheiser, Noisecreep head blogger Amy Sciarretto, 'Revolver' senior writer and Noisecreep contributor Jon Wiederhorn and Noisecreep news man Chris Harris, who also writes for Alternative Press and


During the news section of the show, Cavalera joined us to talk about Faith No More's first East Coast show in over a decade, Behemoth frontman Adam 'Nergal' Darski's confrontation with Polish officials for insulting Roman Catholics by tearing up a Bible onstage, Dragonforce singer ZP Theart's departure from the band, upcoming Bullet For My Valentine tour dates and the journalistic disregard many Web sites have displayed in covering the rumors about Howard Jones' absence from Killswitch Engagae.

Then we talked about some new albums, including Dillinger Escape Plan's amazing 'Option Paralysis,' Triptykon's doomy and monstrous 'Eparistera Daimones' (we even displayed the naughty cover by HR Giger – hey, art's art) and well as new discs by Demon Hunter, Smash Up, Daughters and Bury Me Tomorrow. "Creep Show' and Cavalera – we'll tear your Soul apart.

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