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Dylan DeCarlo

Originally from Riverside California, Dylan has been attending shows, playing in bands, and talking shit on capitalism since he was fourteen. You can bribe him to review your band by trading him Hatred Surge merch/records. He currently resides in Tempe, AZ and plays in a band called Pig City.

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For some, hardcore, punk, and metal were just a phase, something the white bro dude with a fucking koi fish sleeve tells you he “used to listen to in high school,” and nothing more. While its frustrating to see people treat a subculture you love as some sort of passing

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Time and again we hear the same old script about how hardcore/punk/metal is supposed to be an inclusive community that shuns racism, sexism, homophobia, and sympathies towards coercive institutions. At this point, hearing vocalists in bands spout this off online or on stage has become just a trite as ignoring

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Alright everyone my girlfriend/partner/person who puts up with me is out running errands and will probably be back soon so I gotta make this quick. Not because the Scandinavian thrash gods Foreseen deserve to be short changed in an article, but mainly so my partner and I can catch up

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Life is like a circle pit; no matter how fast you go or how hard you slam, you will never actually go anywhere or do anything meaningful. It’s a sad reality and if you disagree, take a look around your house or apartment that hasn’t been cleaned in months. I’m

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House shows go either one of two ways. Ideally, you catch up with old friends, kill some tall cans, and discover some rad new touring bands from towns you didn’t know existed. The reverse of this, of course, is you end up stuck in some shit basement while a white

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Death Metal has gone from the vague term people who know nothing about music use to describe all forms of aggressive music to the choice genre for popular bars and nightclubs across the country. In fact, a recent poll of American university students, mainly those in sororities, showed that 71%

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