Well, hello again. Thanks for checking us out on your Saturday. We know you could be doing a lot with your free time, and we're glad you stopped by. Don't forget to come back next week, when we'll be bringing you more from our interview with Devin Townsend, and we'll be talking album art with the Chariot and Iwrestledabearonce. And that's just some of what we'll be bringing you next week.

For now, though, let's look back at the week that was, and check out some of the scoops and exclusives we brought you this past week. Its our way of bringing you up to speed on what we're all about here at Noisecreep, with links to some of the stories we were talking about this week.

+ Creed have reunited, and we caught up with Scott Stapp to discuss -- what else? -- his haircut. We also asked Scott about getting back together with the band, and what he's thinking heading into this summer's shows.

+ We caught up with Sunn 0)))'s Greg Anderson and Stephen O'Malley, to talk about the band's forthcoming LP, "Monoliths and Dimensions." We take a look at the new studio set, and the guys reflect on the band's evolution. "For Sunn, it's been a much more selfish, personal thing," Anderson told us.

+ Devin Townsend told us he doesn't think a Strapping Young Lad reunion is in the cards, and discusses his shift to sober living.

+ We talked machismo with Skeletonwitch, brought you exclusive news on Linkin Park, told you why Marilyn Manson's peeved at Limp Bizkit's Wes Borland, spent some time with Candlemass and Def Leppard, and brought you an album update from Throwdown.

+ We also brought you a report on the Thunder of Gods Festival, and how several bands were left high and dry after the promoter skipped town.

+ We also brought you the latest on Goes Cube, For Today, and former Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch.