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Palmistry is a great band from Montreal – they only have two songs available right now, but the duo of Doom is amazing, they already sold out their debut cassette and more are now available on Hella Records. Their music can easily be compared to the proto metal bands of

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Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran   The final day started with a frantic run-around after misreading the schedule, which inevitably resulted in my missing mainstage openers Windhand, much to my chagrin.  I did manage to catch Zeal & Ardor, however.  A six-piece band who justified their considerable buzz with a

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Text & Photos Bobby Cochran Nothing gets one in the spirit of a full day of live heavy music like the death-spiral durges of Richmond VA’s Cough, who opened Saturday’s festivities in the main room at The Joint.  Today’s main room lineup was pretty staggering, with NWOBHM vets Diamond Head, Scandinavian folk/black

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Texas blackened doom/noise artist CRAWL will be releasing their new album This Sad Cadav’r on Black Bow Records this Friday. The three songs contained herein will ooze their black pus into your pores and rupture you from the inside after torturing your mind with visions of eternal burning. Fans of feeling

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Text: Kim Kelly via VICE Last week, during one of Donald Trump’s trademark unruly rallies, he invoked the name of the right wing’s latest bogeyman: antifa, or “an-teee-fah,” to hear the president pronounce it. It’s a term that has been thrown around with increasing frequency these days, though even seasoned journalists

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Before loading into her Tolkien-elf longship and making the trip home to the undying lands of Valinor (see: Europe), Danish enchantress Myrkur deigned to grace the lowly inhabitants of NYC with a few intimate performances, including a headlining show on August 17 at the Brooklyn home of excellent heavy music,

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