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Woe, Is Me Crew Member Wants to Rule the Merch World
"I'm the first one in and the last one out. It's a lot of work. But it's the coolest thing in the world," says Woe, Is Me merchandise guru Devin Gouge. You've all seen the merch guys at live shows. You know, manning the table before, during and after the sets...
Woe, ‘Quietly, Undramatically’ — New Album
Philadelphia probably isn't the first place you'd think of when you're talking about extreme metal, but bubbling beneath the City of Brotherly Love's grimy surface lies a viciously potent underground. It's spearheaded by the efforts of a small number of die-hard individuals -- many of whom spend time in the same bands and practice spaces, playing the same shows...
Evoken, Castevet, Woe and More Confirmed for Heart of Winter Fest II
The lineup and running order for the second annual Heart of Winter Fest has recently been released by the festival's creators, Drew and Elway of Richmond, Va.-based black metal destroyers Bastard Sapling. Elway took a few moments out of his hectic schedule to give Noisecreep the lowdown on what is rapidly becoming one of the most vital and interesting DIY metal events on the East Coast... Read Mor
Krieg Unleash Hell in Philadelphia
Dec. 28 saw a veritable 'who's who' of the Philadelphia underground rip apart the tiny stage at Kung Fu Necktie and leave it for dead, including Nightfall, Woe, Infernal Stronghold and Krieg. Openers Nightfall warmed up the crowd with their noisy misanthropic D-beat, then up-and-coming black metallers Woe rewarded those who'd braved the Arctic conditions outside with two new songs, including 'The
Absu’s Vis Crom Knows How to Stay Busy, Black Metal Style
It's a long way to the top if you wanna rock 'n' roll, and while some musicians are content to focus all their energy on one project, many others find themselves saddled with a crackling excess of creative energy that leaves its bearer no choice but to invest their (usually limited) free time into other ventures...
Absu Guitarist Vis Crom Gives Post-Tour Recap
Freshly-minted Absu guitarist Vis Crom recently returned from the band's whirlwind European tour and was kind enough to give Noisecreep a quick post-tour wrap up. The tour, which took Absu, American psychedelic doomsters Zoroaster, blackened U...
Atlas Moth Feel at Home on the Road
The Atlas Moth hail from Chicago, but at this point in their budding career, they feel as at home in a van as they do on the streets of the Windy City. The psychedelic doomriders have criss-crossed the U.S. multiple times in the past few years, and this time around, they were hauling ass down those 99-odd miles of bad road alongside brothers-(and sister...
The Atlas Moth Take Flight in Philadelphia
Philadelphia's underground metal scene is nothing if not incestuous (in the best possible way, of course). Take for example up-and-coming black metallers Woe, who boast members of Infernal Stronghold, Rumpelstiltskin Grinder, Absu, the Green Evening Requiem, Krieg and XXX Maniak amongst their ranks -- and there are only five dudes in the band...
The Curse of Castevet at Union Pool
Chicago's Castevet make some rocking, instrumental post punk. They kind of sound like Russian Circles if only they were bigger fans of Taking Back Sunday. If that sounds like a different language to you, then good. The Castevet you really care about has nothing to do with those guys...

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