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Kevin Rhea was the lead singer of the infamous hardcore band NASA Space Universe, a band whose lyrics often read more like a Philip K. Dick novel and who made a huge impact on the current state of American hardcore. Through sonic pulses and his ferocious screams, NSU takes us to another

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Eschaton is the resulting merge of a stellar collaboration between Orphx (Christie and Rich) and Ancient Methods (Michael). In this interview, we discuss with all three members of Eschaton how this synergy came to be, the difficulties in collaborating through file sharing and their plans for the future. Dive in!

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Now returned from an action-packed two week tour across Europe to promote their new Deviances album, deathrock band Virgin In Veil took the time to discuss their music and the tour with us. Virgin In Veil boasts a strong lineup: Jacques Staph on vocals/bass (Masquerade, Secular Plague, ex-Sleeping Children), Suzi Sabotage (Masquerade) on synth/backing

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Introducing …The WraithDavey Bales, formerly of Richmond punk and postpunk bands Lost Tribe and Shadow Age, has recently released a chapbook of poetry, “Dead Flowers,” currently hosted online at Future Blondes’ Fantasy 1 Records’ website with a hard copy version recently released. Bales is also singing for new Los Angeles

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Reggy van Oers (RVO) is an excellent prolific producer and DJ from the Netherlands. His experimental grasp on electronic music is stunning and has yielded a series of great albums, with the latest instalment being his debut full-length Taciturn Manner. In this interview, we discuss his new record label, Telemorph, the

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Interview & Photos by Teddie Taylor The past year for Skeletonwitch has been busy: a new singer, new songs and new tours. After announcing that Wolvhammer’s Adam Clemans would be taking over vocals, they released The Apothic Gloom, a four-track EP where the band showed that more than the just

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