Ruiner

Ruiner Break Up After Six Years
Six years and 700 shows were not enough to save Ruiner. The band will be pulling the plug in October of this year, since Oct. 5 marks the anniversary of the band's first show ever. Their final album, 'Hell Is Empty,' was released through Bridge Nine in September and was followed by a rigorous, non-stop tour schedule...
Seraphim Explain Why They Tour So Much
Mississippi sludge slingers Seraphim don't have a lot of places to play in their in home state, so it's fitting that the trio takes its show on the road. "Our hometown of Tupelo is not very promising because the lack of venues," vocalist/guitarist Brian told Noisecreep...
Polar Bear Club Let Out Weird, Tragic Smells
Polar Bear Club just released their second full-length, 'Chasing Hamburg,' on Bridge Nine Records. Not coincidentally, they're currently on the Bridge Nine Tour with the likes of Strike Anywhere, Crime in Stereo and Ruiner. Noisecreep caught up with vocalist Jimmy Stadt between shows to see what was going on...
New Releases: Vader, Sign of the Southern Cross, Ruiner, Despised Icon, Children of Bodom
Just this past week, metal took the stage with some amazing debuts from some beloved bands of the genre, as well as fresh new faces in the scene. Reported from the good foks at Metal Insider, the acoustic guitar act Rodrigo y Gabriela came in with an amazing start of over 13,000 albums sold in its first week with their newest '11:11'; the Century Media outfit 3 Inches of Blood picked up a #195 deb
New Metal and Rock Releases — September 2009
Attention class, metal is back in session for the month of September -- as if it ever really went away. With a myriad of new metal and rock releases coming in, veterans of the genre Ace Frehley and Megadeth are making their appearance right back in the spotlight...