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Former Thin Lizzy Guitarist Brian Robertson Talks Ex-Girlfriends on ‘Diamonds and Dirt’ — Song Premiere
Former Thin Lizzy Guitarist Brian Robertson Talks Ex-Girlfriends on ‘Diamonds and Dirt’ — Song Premiere
Brian Robertson has had the kind of career most guitarists would give their right pinkies for. At the age of 18, the Scottish-born axeman auditioned his way into the lineup of Irish hard rock gods Thin Lizzy. Along with Scott Gorham, Robertson would go on to create Thin Lizzy's oft-imitated twin guitar sound...
Gothic Slam, ‘Just a Face in the Crowd’ — Rediscovered Steel
Gothic Slam, ‘Just a Face in the Crowd’ — Rediscovered Steel
Gothic Slam formed in 1984 as part of the fledgling American thrash scene. The band's blue collar work ethic quickly found them a loyal local following in clubs like L'amour's in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Studio One in New Jersey. The folks at Torrid Records snatched up Gothic Slam a couple of years later and released their debut album, 1988's 'Killer Instinct...
The Sword Go Sci-Fi, Broaden Sound for Third Album
The Sword Go Sci-Fi, Broaden Sound for Third Album
Grandiose heavy metal quartet the Sword are halfway through recording their third album, and, reveals frontman J.D. Cronise, fans can expect a few changes. Speaking to Noisecreep from the band's home base of Austin, Texas, Cronise says that the as-yet-untitled record will have a broader hard rock sound, recalling bands like Guns N' Roses and Thin Lizzy, while keeping some thrashy elements, too...
Blood of the Tyrant Don’t Mind Being Compared to Mastodon
Blood of the Tyrant Don’t Mind Being Compared to Mastodon
"We don't mind the comparison," guitarist and vocalist Josh Primack confessed to Noisecreep of the Chicago band's tag of sounding like Mastodon. "It's an honor to be mentioned in the same breath with them." Having only been playing since 2007, Blood of the Tyrant have quickly been put into the list of bands worth keeping a watch on, and their last self-released EP even got th
Artists of the 2000s
Artists of the 2000s
The last decade was kind to heavy metal. Not only did veteran acts release some of their most exciting work, a flurry of new bands also came out of nowhere to demand their place among the greats. Noisecreep recently compiled lists of the best songs and albums of the past decade and it's been nothing short of controversial...

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