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Five Albums That Changed My Life: Jim Florentine of ‘That Metal Show’
Five Albums That Changed My Life: Jim Florentine of ‘That Metal Show’
Jim Florentine has one of the coolest gigs on television. The comedian moonlights as a co-host on VH1 Classic's 'That Metal Show' where he gets to hang with some of our favorite musicians. Florentine didn't just get the job because he's a funny dude, he's also a hard rock and metal connoisseur with decades worth of knowledge to boot...
Hard Rock and Metal New Releases — March 30
Black Breath, 'Heavy Breathing' (Southern Lord): The Catholics say deliver us from evil in the Lord's prayer, but Seattle's Black Breath deliver us some evil with 'Heavy Breathing,' a fast slab of garage-metal and crusted-over punk that'll leave you with a case of tinnitus after one full listen...
‘Sound of the Beast’ Author Ian Christe Reads Blabbermouth
‘Sound of the Beast’ Author Ian Christe Reads Blabbermouth
One of the coolest parts about being part of the Noisecreep family is getting to talk shop with some of our favorite people in the hard rock scene. Ian Christe is one of the most respected figures in the world of heavy metal. Perhaps best known for his exhaustive 'Sound of the Beast' metal history book, Christe has also started his own publishing company called Bazillion Points Publishing where he
Anthrax Guitarist Scott Ian’s Top 10 Thrash Albums
Anthrax Guitarist Scott Ian’s Top 10 Thrash Albums
There's no denying the influence and intensity of Anthrax's 1987 album 'Among the Living,' which is why it has earned a place in the upper reaches of many fans and critics' top thrash album. Since the album has just been released as a double-disc set, and since Anthrax helped shape the face of the movement as one of the 'Big Four,' (alongside Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth), Noisecreep asked Anthr
Vinyl in the Digital Age: Straight From the Horse’s Mouth, Talking to Bands
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

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