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Memphis May Fire, ‘Ghost in the Mirror’ — Video Premiere
The 'Saw' franchise -- with its clown-faced antagonist Jigsaw, who gives victims the choice to live or die as part of the retribution for their indiscretions -- is one of Hollywood's most successful neo-gore, torture porn series. Dallas' Memphis May Fire had their song 'Ghost in the Mirror' featured in the 'Saw VI' soundtrack, so it's fitting that their video for the song features clips from the
Ex-Members of the Chariot Resurface in Queens Club
Kansas City's Queens Club, formed in 2008, features former members of the Chariot. But Queens Club isn't as blood-blisteringly brutal as the Chariot. Jake Ryan -- not the teen heartthrob from 'Sixteen Candles,' but the drummer/programming specialist of the band -- told Noisecreep, "Queens Club is like the Chariot, because like the Chariot, we do, play, say, think, what we want without worryi
We Came As Romans Are Screamo … and Damn Proud of It
These days, there aren't many bands who embrace the 'screamo' tag. In fact, if you were to call most bands 'screamo,' they'd likely take offense. But according to guitarist Joshua Moore, who spoke to Noisecreep last week while driving through the desolation of Ohio, Michigan's We Came As Romans are, in fact, 'screamo...
Norma Jean Sign to Razor & Tie
Grammy-nominated metalcore/post-hardcore quintet Norma Jean have left Solid State, their label of seven years, and signed with New York-based indie label Razor & Tie. With plans to release their first offering from their new home next summer, the band will head into the studio in January to start tracking the forthcoming album. ...
Christian Metal Band Oh, Sleeper Pens Song as Satan
Oh, Sleeper vocalist Micah Kinard recently spoke with Lambgoat to discuss the near future of the Forth Worth, Ind. band. Having just released their sophomore LP, 'Son of the Morning,' Kinard discussed how the album is a conceptual piece of work, as well as the nerves that come with the expectations of a band releasing a second album...
The Chariot Take DIY Route With New Album
Christian metalcore act The Chariot wanted to do something unique with their new album, 'Wars and Rumors of Wars,' which hit stores earlier this month. So, they decided to press the first 25,000 copies of the album themselves. It was a good idea, says frontman Josh Scogin, until it actually came time to sit down and do it...