At one point Killing Joke were one of the most bulletproof post-punk bands around. Releasing their first single in 1978, they were right there with Wire and Gang of Four as indisputable early pioneers of the genre. In an era of Cold War hostilities and Reaganomics the band's (dead serious) brand of apocalyptic beats and conspiracy-oriented lyrics hit home with an [...]
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Each week on ‘Throwback Thursday’ we dust off a crucial but underrated album without which heavy metal’s evolution would have turned out quite differently. This week we drop a tab of LSD and tune out to the sounds of psychedelic metal’s last trip of the 1970s, as delivered by minor super-group Captain Beyond and their [...]
THE WEEKLY INJECTION: New Releases from ROB ZOMBIE, GEOFF TATE'S QUEENSRYCHE, and More Out Today – 4/23Posted on April 23rd, 2013
After a week of silence, the WEEKLY INJECTION has returned with a shiny new writer. There are a few gems on the list of albums dropping this week, but they are a few and far between. However, those that shine, do so quite well though. Now, without further introduction to my awkward writing style…. to [...]
Beyond Dishonor show their love for one of the greatest shows on television, Breaking Bad with the video for their new song, "Heisenberg." If you don't get the reference, seriously go and watch Breaking Bad immediately. 'Heisenberg', from the 2013 album "Generations". Video directed by Mitch Martinez.
The new music video by Rob Zombie performing "Dead City Radio And The New Gods Of Supertown". From the album Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor out April 23rd on UMG.
Having been on Victory Records through an entire album cycle now, and with a cover of D.R.I.'s classic "I Don't Need Society" in the track listing for the new record, heads were abuzz with thoughts that Jungle Rot might just go full on 'core this time around. Yeah, not really. Terror Regime is if anything latter day Rot-by-numbers, mid-paced but never plodding, [...]
Massive A/V Roundup: New music from ROB ZOMBIE, SIX FEET UNDER, IRON REAGAN, ANTHRAX Covering AC/DC and morePosted on February 25th, 2013
It's Monday… gross. Luckily, the new week brings new tunes from Rob Zombie, Six Feet Under, Iron Reagan and Shai Hulud, as well as covers of AC/DC and Botch songs, and a studio update from White Wizzard.
Music stores…remember them? Yes, they still exist. There aren't a lot, but there are FYEs still around, as well as independant record stores. I was thinking about it and there is an entire generation of music fans who have never stepped into a record store. Suffocation guitarist Guy Marchais realized this, and thus he posted this video showing [...]
Rob Zombie has launched a new website, ZombieSecret.com to tease fans with material off his new album, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor. Seeing as though this is the internet, what's the point in waiting? We did all the work for you.
January is the dogs days of new releases, metal or otherwise; presuming everyone is still hungover from the holiday spending frenzy – one doesn't typically gift something as taste-specific as an album – the labels tend to withhold their better product until closer to touring season, which usually kicks into high gear around February/March. Well, [...]
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN Frontman Is Not Excited By Metal; Thinks Innovation Is Coming From Electronic MusicPosted on January 31st, 2013
The Dillinger Escape Plan are gearing up to put out a new record this Spring, and in anticipation of the release, frontman Greg Puciato has been giving a few interviews. Recently, he was asked by Noisecreep to talk about any current metal and rock inspirations. Ultimately, Puciato said that he is finding more inspiration in [...]
When Rob Zombie released the trailer for his upcoming horror flick, The Lords of Salem, it looked pretty fucking awesome…and super blasphemous. Religious folk are going to pissed. Yesterday, the poster art was revealed and I have a few issues.
We've always had a great time at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards. We've been on the black carpet every year (watch some of our interviews), but this year it seems like they really stepped it up for their 5th anniversary.
Slayer is a band that have basically done it all. They are legends of heavy metal. But this wasn't always the case. Kerry King was recently interviewed, and asked about the moment when he realized his band "made it" and his answer turned into a rant on newer bands and their sense of entitlement:
2012 has been a strange old year for metal in the UK. It saw the dissolution of our much treasured Roadrunner Records UK as an independent label and the shocking cancellation of one of the country's fastest growing metal weekenders, Sonisphere Festival UK. Talk about 'bummer'. Now, if all of this wasn't terrible enough, lest [...]