Daniel Vandenberg
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Daniel Vandenberg

22, m, Aus. Likes cats.
Author of the book 'Electric Dreams'. Check it out here:
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Avant GardeBlack MetalFeaturedMusicNeo Folk

Mo Anam Cara, meaning soulmate or spiritual guide in Gaelic, is the sixth album from Irish singer and multi-instrumentalist Joy Shannon and her band The Beauty Marks. With shades of conceptual black metallers Ulver, Mo Anam Cara is a musical tribute to the goddesses and spiritual guides of Celtic and

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FeaturedPost-Punk

Death White is the name of both the new recording project of hardcore elder statesmen Lawrence Susi (of NYHC legends Subzero and Breakdown) and Max G. Morton (Heartworm Press, 23 WLVS, and previous musical collaborations with Wes Eisold, Sean Martin and Jason Wood), and their new seven inch through The

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Jonathan Shaw was born to Hollywood starlet Doris Dowling (Bitter Rice, The Lost Weekend, The Blue Dalia) and Big Band legend Artie Shaw. He grew up in Los Angeles, where, as a teenager he began writing for the Los Angeles Free Press, alongside Charles Bukowski. In his twenties, Shaw adopted

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Apocalyptic BluesFeaturedMusic

Moonchild is the debut release from the mysterious Pennsylvanian project Bride, out on Black Angel’s Death Cult. It appears that Bride shares members with ritualistic noise act T.O.M.B. and dark blues group Dreadlords, but beyond that, not much is known about the project besides what can be gleaned from the

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How and why did Dreadlords first come about?   B: I first began writing songs for Dreadlords after a couple years of immense frustration, living in Baltimore in places with no heat that were former servants’ quarters, seeing people get shot on the street, working in partially abandoned buildings, sleeping

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Apocalyptic BluesBlack MetalDeath RockFeaturedMusicReviews

These are busy people. This year alone, No One, Sam and Brian opened for black metal legends Watain at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar, collaborated with Mayhem’s Manheim and Hellhammer, put out a full-length album (Fury Nocturnus) and a compilation (Pennhurst/Xesse) under the Total Occultic Mechanical Blasphemy (T.O.M.B.) moniker, plus another

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