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War Arts Productions is killing the game right now – with each release this label is going from strength to strength! Unholy awesome, their new split by Irae (Portugal) / Moribund (United States) is more deadly than a bag of poisoned razor blades. When you hear the first song from Irae called

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Unholy awesomeness! Greece’s Ruined Families are back with a new LP entitled Education and a HUGE bag of angular raddness! Some of my favorite moments are when the band turns their furious hardcore into knots of emotion that pack pure power! Has this bands sound grown over the years? The answer

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Unholy 666 Beastial Fuck! I FREAKING LOVE my Black Metal covered in dirty feral Black Punk!!! The soon to be released split tape between RUACH RAAH and WØMB is one of the most putrid releases of 2016 and I can not get enough. The riffs that you are about to encounter have been

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It’s time for the freaks of the world to unite! I know what the soundtrack should be for this celebration of all things different: the new LP from OvO entitled Creatura which will be released on Dec. 9th via Dio Drone. I fucking love the dirgy ocean of pulsating noise that

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Ireland’s EORÐESLAJYR just released their debut album HÄXAN on the witches’ sabbath this year, which makes perfect sense, seeing as the album was created as a soundtrack to the Benjamin Christensen 1922 silent classic Häxan. Their album brings the hysteria of the witch hunts to life in an avant doom industrial cacophony. I

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Syndrome is the side project of Mathieu Vandekerckhove of Amenra, who is about to release his third full-length, following Floating Veins and Now and Forever. Thematically, the album follows the concept of Now and Forever, but with a switch of perspective. Where Now and Forever was a dialogue before a father

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