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Spyros

Sound engineer, sonic manipulator, record hunter and writer/contributor for a variety of webzines.

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Nino Pedone is an intriguing experimental electronic artist, terrorizing the scene under the Shapednoise moniker. Having recently released a devastating EP in Deafening Chaos Serenity, we discuss his new work, his history in the scene, having to move to Berlin to express oneself and get assistance and support from a wider community, the

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Staying under the radar, Drug Honkey has been releasing its brew of experimental doom/death since the early ’00s, putting out records independently, until 2012’s Ghost In The Fire was released by Diabolical Conquest Records. Today, they are trying to escape obscurity releasing their newest album, Cloak of Skies, through Transcending

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Fade Kainer’s fingerprints are found in some of the most interesting experimental extreme music of the past few years. This is not just through the mighty Batillus, whose 2013 album Concrete Sustain was one of the best specimens of industrial doom has offered in recent memory. His presence in Theologian‘s

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Planning for Burial has been the musical vessel of Thom Wasluck since 2005, and it is releases such as the Distances EP, Leaving, and of course 2014’s Desidetarum that are constant reminders of the sonic richness that this guy’s concepts encompass. The production of his new album, Below The House,

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Fade Kainer is the very definition of a creative individual, and someone deeply planted in the musical realm. In this interview we discuss his latest project Statiqbloom, whose upcoming debut album will be released through Translation Loss Records, working in a band setting and a solo project, processing chains, effects, audio

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Extreme drone/doom act Aseethe might work with a slow pace, but it is definitely paying off. Starting out in 2007 the band put out a series of split collaborations before releasing its debut album, Reverent Burden, an early and raw representation of their vision. A series of EPs soon followed,

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