Shroud Eater Self-Release EP, Album to Follow
Releasing an EP on its own is an ambitious undertaking for a new band, but Florida's Shroud Eater saw the experience as pleasurable, since they were incredibly resourceful, taking the term DIY seriously and to heart. "Releasing the EP was definitely a fun process," vocalist/guitarist Jean Saiz told Noisecreep about the self-titled effort...
Top Metal Songs of 2009
A lot of great metal songs came out in 2009, which is why it has taken us so long to put together a definitive list of the top 10. In the end, there had to be some omissions, and some may seem to be glaring. For instance, there's nothing from Megadeth's killer new album 'Endgame,' Nile's ferocious 'Those Whom the Gods Detest,' Blut Aus Nord's experimental 'Memoria Vetusta II -- Dialogue with the S
Prosthetic Records Takes Razor & Tie to Court
Lawyers representing heavy metal label Prosthetic Records, home to acts such as All That Remains, Gojira, Kylesa, Skeletonwitch, Through the Eyes of the Dead and Withered, filed a lawsuit against label Razor & Tie last week in the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York, alleging that the latter breached the terms of a distribution deal it had with Prosthetic. ...
Baroness’ John Baizley Finds a Balance in Art and Music
Baroness’ John Baizley Finds a Balance in Art and Music
The Quietus is the sort of pop culture meta-rag that writes about what its staff finds particularly worthwhile, so it's no surprise that they recently interviewed John Baizley of Baroness about his artwork. With their latest release, 'Blue Record,' just out on Relapse Records, singer/guitarist Baizley is in a good place to promote his visually creative side, too...
Baroness Conjure Rainbow of Emotions for ‘Blue Record’
Baroness Conjure Rainbow of Emotions for ‘Blue Record’
While they were ensconced in the studio working on the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 'Red Album,' Baroness guitarist/vocalist John Baizley and guitarist Peter Adams spent weeks searching their souls, painstakingly tearing apart every single riff of every single song to make sure they interlocked perfectly with whatever came before and after, and articulately expressed the range of emotio

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