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Vancouver’s sludge demons BISON have a new album dropping next week on Pelagic Records, and we’re unleashing the full underworld audio horde on you today! You Are Not The Ocean You Are The Patient will crush your skull beneath its iron hooves and leave your splattered brains for rat food. Bang your head

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Our comrades Consouling Sounds have started a new label called Circuits that will focus on releasing electronic-inspired music. The first project that they will be putting out is a rad band called FÄR, and today we are premiering their new video “Last Straw” below. An-Sofie De Meyer’s vocals are freaking awesome – I think

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Doing away all of the blind followers around the globe with one foot on the Pope’s throat is what comes to my mind as I listen to the new Whitewurm/Ominous Hymn split tape. Both bands bring their grim game and never let up on the pain! What I like about

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I love when music alters my mind and takes everything in me to new planes of thought. I need sounds to act as portals for me, because it takes me away from the madness of this thing called life! Last year, These Hidden Hands came out with a very special record called Vicarious

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So what do we have here? We have soon to be released LP by the experimental duo called G.O.D.. These humans have created a very interesting project called Es Deus that comes out June 16th via Satan Records. Have you ever thought, what if New York’s SUICIDE hooked up with

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Since the very beginning, these wolves (ulver in Norwegian) were always moving, shedding their skin from one record to the other, from the black metal days and the folk inclusions, to trip-hop dystopias, deep electronica, neo-classical leanings and krautrock routes. Ulver have been defying genres, chronically refusing to be pigeonholed.

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