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Godsmack’s Shannon Larkin on Loving the Olympics, Covering Phil Collins
Godsmack drummer Shannon Larkin barely has time to rest at home on the Florida coast these days. With the big UPROAR Tour starting in just a couple of weeks, he's getting in some rehearsal time with 'Smack guitarist Tony Rombola, who also lives in the Sunshine State, but before that trek, he's doing a South American run with his other band, Ugly Kid Joe...
Tribute to Peter Steele, Discussion With John Bush — ”Creep Show’
Last week was a somber one at ''Creep Show' central. It started well enough with the booking of one of our favorite metal vocalists, Armored Saint and Anthrax vocalist John Bush, but it spiraled into the abyss on April 15 when we learned that iconoclastic metal frontman Peter Steele of Type O Negative had died from heart failure at age 48...
Tool Writing New Material for Next LP
Holy Maynard! Could it be true? Tool, who MetalSucks so appropriately called "the past, present and future best band on the planet," are writing material for a new record, working three days a week on new tunes while frontman Maynard James Keenan continues touring the U...
Gollum Not Inspired by ‘Lord of the Rings’
The four guys in Cape Fear, N.C.-based extreme prog metal band Gollum are well aware that most people know their name because of the creepy, bony character in director Peter Jackson's 'Lord of the Rings' films, and they're kind of miffed about it...
Limp Bizkit, ‘Gold Cobra’ — New Album
It's been five years since aggro-rap rockers Limp Bizkit released 'The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1),' and while the much-promised 'The Unquestionable Truth (Part 2)' never managed to materialize, Bizkit will be back in 2010 with a new disc...
Coheed and Cambria Thankful for Hyper New York City Crowd
If you've ever loved Rush, Queensrÿche, Iron Maiden, Led Zepplin and Pink Floyd, then you can understand the extreme admiration people have for Coheed and Cambria. For me the band -- with their hearty, retro guitar solos and progressive song structure -- has always been a tribute to the great bands who kicked off heavy music in the first place. W...
Barn Burner Guitarist Nick Ball — Your iPod Is Showing
Since Barn Burner are a Canadian stoner/doom metal group that sound like a '90s disc unearthed in a musty wooden crate at a Man's Ruin estate sale, we figured their guitarist Nick Ball's iPod would be filled with songs by Kyuss, Corrosion of Conformity, Cathedral, Sleep and pretty much any other band you'd listen to while smoking weed through a Coca-Cola can...
New Fozzy Album Contains 14-Minute Song
Playing in bands since he was 14, rocker/WWE wrestling star Chris Jericho is a wealth of knowledge about music. So he felt perfectly at ease hosting VH1's '100 Most Shocking Music Moments,' which began airing in December. "I have all this useless information stored in my brain," Jericho told Noisecreep with a laugh...

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