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Tim Lambesis-Led Austrian Death Machine Issue Update on New Album
As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis has understandably been sidetracked of late as he's currently out on bail in his murder-for-hire case, but the first piece of musical info since his jailing and release has finally arrived. Lambesis, who also fronts the Arnold Schwarzenegger-inspired Austrian Death Machine, has offered an update on the new album from that project...
Mercury Switch, ‘Unbelievable’ — New Album
New Hampshire progressive/experimental metalcore act Mercury Switch are back after a four-odd-year silence with a self-financed release called 'Unbelievable.' The road leading to this album hasn't been an easy. With their two-album contract fulfilled with Indianola Records, the band took time out to write more material...
New Releases: Alice In Chains, Austrian Death Machine, Hatebreed, The Melvins, Revocation
This past week, metal releases came out of the woodwork. And with it came eye-popping first week numbers and even a top 10 debut. Reported by the folks at Metal Insider, this past week drew in a #35 debut for the good guys in Shadows Fall with their latest album 'Retribution,' Porucipine Tree came in with 17,500 albums sold in its first week, and the MVP of metal of course goes to long time thrash
New Metal and Rock Releases — September 2009
Attention class, metal is back in session for the month of September -- as if it ever really went away. With a myriad of new metal and rock releases coming in, veterans of the genre Ace Frehley and Megadeth are making their appearance right back in the spotlight...
Random Noise: Neon Shirts, Vans vs. Buses, Summer Movies and More
Fill in the blank: Opinions are like ___, everyone has one and most of them stink. Actually, the answer we were looking for was "ideas that are believed to be true." Get your mind out of the gutter. At any rate, sometimes bands want to talk about something other than themselves, so Noisecreep posed some random questions to some of metal's elite to get their opinion on some (non) pressing
White Noise: News On Suffocation, Xasthur, Alice In Chains, and Absu
Man, did this past weekend fly by. But don't they always seem to fly by? We're reaching the end of April, which means we're getting closer and closer to summer festival season. We're also right around the corner from a flurry of new releases, and today, we'll be bringing you the latest on what's coming soon to a record store near you...
New England Metal and Hardcore Fest 2009 Wrap Up
Entering its second decade, the New England Metal and Hardcore Fest has flip-flopped through the years, between being a two or three day event. This year, the organizers, namely our good friend Scott Lee, trimmed the event down to two days, but added a third stage at Chasers, around the corner from the Palladium in Worcester, which spotlighted a crop of local acts and up 'n comers...