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Nominon ‘Monumentomb’ Tour Dates
Swedish death metal veterans Nominon will hit North American shores this summer with Infinitum Obscure and Quinta Essentia. The group's second-ever U.S. tour launches June 24 in Atlanta, and dates are scheduled through July 3 in Cleveland. The shows will mark the U...
Order of Apollyon Look to be Spiritual and Hostile
U.K.-based, orthodox metallers the Order of Apollyon, featuring members of Cradle of Filth, Aosoth, Trigger the Bloodshed and Akercocke amongst the ranks, will be releasing their debut, 'The Flesh,' later this year. It's a blackened, underground supergroup of sorts, with each member h…
Absu’s Vis Crom Knows How to Stay Busy, Black Metal Style
It's a long way to the top if you wanna rock 'n' roll, and while some musicians are content to focus all their energy on one project, many others find themselves saddled with a crackling excess of creative energy that leaves its bearer no choice but to invest their (usually limited) f…
Impious Drummer Michael Noren — Your iPod Is Showing

"When I grew up, I was a total black metalhead." Impious drummer Michael Norén tells Noisecreep, explaining the inclusion of Gorgoroth, Dissection and, perhaps, the Black Dahlia Murder on his 'Your iPod Is Showing' list. "The people living in the small community where I was born and r…
Gorgorth Destroy Past, Create Incendiary Future
The greatest force that delayed the release of Gorgoroth's seventh studio album, 'Quantos Possunt ad Satanitatem Trahunt' was Gorgoroth itself.
On Oct. 21, 2007, guitarist Roger Tiegs (a.k.a. Infernus) announced he could no longer continue working with vocalist Gaahl (who joined the ba…
Getting Heavier, the Evolution of Black Anvil
The three former Kill Your Idols members that make up Black Anvil are energetic fire-starters. Kick off a topic, and they'll spark into conversation. In the lapse of half minute, the band simultaneously revealed the basic elements behind their vision: aging and anger...
Necrophobic Say ‘Death To All’ Is a ‘Damn Strong Release’
Alongside Marduk, Dissection, Nifelheim and Naglfar, Sweden's Necrophobic are part of the old-school Swedish black/death metal vanguard, and have been carrying the torch for evil heavy metal for decades. Leather, spikes, and fire, Satan, razor-edged melodies, and icy cold spite are the hallmarks of …