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Whitechapel, ‘A New Era of Corruption’ — Album Art of the Week
When Noisecreep last checked in with graphic artist Brent Elliot White, the acclaimed, monumental cover art for Job for a Cowboy's 'Ruination' was featured in July 2009. White outdoes himself again with Whitechapel's 'A New Era of Corruption,' and his work for Cowboy played a part in his signing on for Whitechapel's new release...
Interview With Harley-Davidson’s Paul James
Harley-Davidson's Paul James is the Director of Product Communications. In non-corporate speak, that means that he is there to get the word out about new bikes, products and services for those who live to ride and ride to live. In honor of Harley-Davidson's new lean and economical Forty-Eight bike, James gave Noisecreep the lowdown on new Harley models and that quintessential rock star/biker dude
Derelict Northern Shores Tour Dates
Canada's Derelict will be trekking across Canada on the Northern Shores Tour, which runs for 40 days, beginning in their native Montreal on April 30 with an opening slot for Job for a Cowboy and Whitechapel. "We're pretty damn excited about this upcoming tour," frontman Eric Burnett said in a statement...
Cattle Decapitation Made People at NEMHF ‘Rage’
Cattle Decapitation have played New England Metal and Hardcore Festival a handful of times. Last year, the grindcore band headlined the second stage -- which is a pretty small space. The crowd's response trumped almost everything else that happened on the second stage that weekend...
Whitechapel, ‘A New Era of Corruption’ — New Album
Deftones frontman Chino Moreno and Acacia Strain vocalist Vincent Bennett will make guest appearances on one of the most anticipated albums of 2010: 'A New Era of Corruption,' the new Whitechapel record, which was produced by Jason Suecof (Trivium, Job for a Cowboy) at his Audiohammer Studios in Orlando, Fla...
Cattle Decapitation Enlist New Bassist, Reveal Rarities Set
San Diego deathgrinders Cattle Decapitation have themselves a new bassist, the band's third since forming in1996. They've enlisted Derek Engemann, formerly of Unmerciful, to join the fold. He replaces Rahsaan Davis and will "handle all upcoming touring duties," according to a statement from the group...

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