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Heavy Metal Protest Songs: An Independence Day Playlist
Heavy metal by its nature is defiant and rebellious, a threat to law and order. Black Sabbath's early records were loaded with protest songs about war, drugs, and ecology. Even the ancient and Biblical blood raining from the lacerated skies above Slayer has a radical effect; and no matter what Lemmy sings about Motörhead is a three-man social revolution in motion. Th...
GBH, ‘Perfume and Piss’ — New Album
In the early 1980s, when British bands like the Exploited, the Damned and Discharge were injecting more speed, distortion and testosterone to the U.K. punk scene, Birmingham, England quartet GBH swung down like a wrecking ball with 1982's 'City Baby Attacked by Rats' to demolish and devastate much of what had come before...
Ramming Speed Are Always Disgusted, Never Surprised
Boston's gnarliest band of bro-dudes, Ramming Speed, have been enjoying a hell of a year, criss-crossing the European continent, signing to the mighty Candlelight Records and rolling down the East Coast and across the entire U.S. with Cannabis Corpse on a chemically-altered DIY tour...
Vinyl in the Digital Age: Straight From the Horse’s Mouth, Talking to Bands
Vinyl records should have been something dead and buried when the digital age took its big thick grasp, as the number one music store in the country became a digital one. But the truth is, vinyl might be a driving force, helping keep the aching music industry alive -- especially in the underground metal and punk community, which is what Eric Mueller from Pirate Press told Noisecreep in an intervie