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Lilian Void

Life, death, plants and music. Direct all bullshit to shindig109[at]gmail[dot]com

IndustrialInterviewsNeo Folk

Sara Sylvain interviews ROME’s Jerome Reuter Q:Tell us about ROME as a band. [In starting ROME]there was no plan– no plan whatsoever. I really just wanted to record the songs that I’d written in this particular style that I thought nobodywas interested in, because the style of music was a

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CVLT Nation TVFull SetsFuneral DoomHardcore PunkMusicPost-PunkWar Metal

The third iteration of a fest shrouded in shadowy fury is more eclectic than ever. Six years ago in a florescent lit American Legion hall in the rain-soaked, oft-forgot whistle stop of Salem, Oregon, a couple dozen black, doom, death and neo-folk bands converged for two days of unholy sermonic

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FeaturedFeaturesPUNKSocial JusticeStreaming

  Days are looking bleak in terms of national politics. Right-wing authoritarianism is making an unprecedented clampdown on dissent while white supremacist murders and terrorists attacks have become the new norm. Those on the anti-authoritarian left are getting hospitalized in street brawls with Nazi frat boys and police refuse to

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80s HardcoreCrustDemosDis-beatFeaturedFeaturesMusicRaw PunkStreaming

The future looks more and more like a cyberpunk dystopia every day. The electric trash is piling up, robotic prosthetics are more customizable than ever, and bombs drop in unknown corners of the world constantly, raising a rebar spiked wasteland of concrete and prophetic desperation. We are the hell-future that

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Power ViolenceUncategorized

When you think of Powerviolence in terms of geography, the UK does not instantly come to mind. While home to some of the earliest and best grindcore, the markedly different sub-sub genre with a distinct culture all its own does not necessarily belong to England. However, this hasn’t stopped The

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FeaturedPost-PunkStreamingUncategorized

In recent years, the oversized island-continent in the South Pacific has been cranking out some pretty dope post-punk. Something about the vast desert or maybe the abundance of poisonous animals creates some valuable minerals to mint our record collections out of. Bloodletter is no exception, if anything rarer than what

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