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Uncompromisingly visceral in its uniquely transcendent vision, Cloister Recordings has quickly cemented itself as a stalwart in the underground, multi-genred musical landscape in the span of 4 short, busy years. Acts as diverse as Trepaneringsritualen, Amalthea, Hell, Korouva, Grok, Den Arkaiska Rösten and now Leila Abdul-Rauf (solo work from the

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After their split with the American hardcore/grind band False Light in 2016, the Italian DISCOMFORT are back with Fear, their new album out on April 27th via Epidemic Records. Fear is a roaring beast with ten heads of shredding riffs, harsh vocals and devastating drums. Taking inspiration from the most savage aspects of

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Creativity is an interesting thing some people do not have very much of and then some people have it in spades! I am a firm believer that genetics has something to do with a person being super creative. I can look at my two kids with my wife Meghan and

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Do you even DOPETHRONE?? This Montreal band is so fucking sick, one of my favorites, a band whose music brings out the dirtiest, deadliest, most debauched version of myself. For years I have watched them tour Europe and the East Coast from afar, and finally this weekend I’m getting the

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Wiegedood return with their third album, De Doden Hebben Het Goed III.  This album serves as part 3 to their album series dedicated to the loss of their good friend, Florent Pevée (from the band, Kabul Golf Club). Wiegedood are a black metal trio from Belgium, consisting of members from both Oathbreaker

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It’s April in Cardiff and the spring has yet to reveal itself in the Welsh Capitol.  Luckily, tonight’s show fits perfectly with the grim, dreary weather outside.     London’s Scrap Brain are first on tonight’s bill and attack the audience with their dissonant brand of noise-punk.  Since releasing their

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