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W.A.S.P. Cancel New York Show at Last Minute After Promoter Tries to Overcharge Fans
W.A.S.P. Cancel New York Show at Last Minute After Promoter Tries to Overcharge Fans
W.A.S.P. abruptly canceled Thursday night's show at the Grammercy Theater in New York City because of an alleged scam the club promoter tried to pull on the band's fans. Apparently, the venue sold 50 VIP tickets to the show for $50 (twice the normal admission price) to fans who wished to attend a meet and greet with the band...
VTT Teamed Up With Biohazard Guitarist for New Album
VTT Teamed Up With Biohazard Guitarist for New Album
Being in a working hard rock band without the muscle of a label behind you is a grind, and few people know that better than VTT. The New Jersey quartet formed in 2005, but the band's members are veterans of the music scene there. Lead by guitarist Emir Erkal, VTT have been slugging it out on the East Coast club circuit for the past few years, and things are finally beginning to pay off for them..
Ask the ‘Creep: Do Year-End Lists Even Matter?
It's the end of another year, best-of and top 10 lists abound! You know you know best (certainly better than that bozo), and as far as you're concerned every opinion, save your own, is little more than noxious proof of the existence of the jerk from whence it came...
Megadeth Drummer Shawn Drover — Your iPod Is Showing
Megadeth Drummer Shawn Drover — Your iPod Is Showing
"I have always said that I like everything from Marduk to Mozart, and this pretty much proves it," Megadeth drummer Shawn Drover tells Noisecreep in reference to his 'Your iPod Is Showing' submission. He's not kidding. Drover's iPod list starts with Vivaldi's 'The Four Seasons,' ends with Pat Travers' 'Gettin' Betta' and features a broad variety of classic rock, classic metal, neo-classi
How Did the ‘Devil Horns’ Become the Universal Metal salute?
How Did the ‘Devil Horns’ Become the Universal Metal salute?
This weeks 'Ask The 'Creep' comes from Kristina, and she's looking for the origins of "devil horns" in the metal world. Long before the devil sign was used to piss off the parents and teachers of budding Metalheads, it was used to piss off superstitious Italians, for whom the 'corna' (Italian for "horns") was either a vulgar gesture or a way to throw someone the "evil eye.