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Anyone feeling a sense of dread when contemplating the levels of forced joyfulness around irritating family members looming ahead? Then we have just the release for you – Order Of Nine Angels‘ Mark Of The Beast LP will fry your braincells with destructive and suffocating noise so that you’ll be able to smile dementedly at the

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Earlier this year, Sentient Ruin uncovered something harrowing coming from Chiba Prefecture of Japan: a hardcore band going by the absurd moniker of “Friendship” which indeed have absolutely nothing of friendly as they create music designed to dismantle the listener piece by piece and crush them by any means necessary. Friendship

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TEN – TOKE (Orange) Damn this band fucking rules HARD!!! My bad for not having a full review, but here is what Meghan said when we premiered their video: If you didn’t get a hard copy of TOKE’s 2017 exhalation Orange on vinyl or cassette, then you are shit outta luck (you

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“THE MAZE OF FLESH SPEAKS”… Today we’re stoked to bring you the exclusive full stream premiere of something truly annihilating and totally fucked. From the Netherlands hails a new, gruesome, and bludgeoning death metal abomination. The punishing duo goes by the name of CRYPTAE and both members of the band hail

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TEN – DEMONSMOKE  Morphine Moonshine Read interview HERE… Morphine Moonshine by DEMONSMOKE   NINE – DROUGHT YEAR Nothing More Than It’s mostly G-rated, when it’s not violent, sick and twisted. That speaks to the accessibility of what you can expect from Drought Year‘s sophomore release – Nothing More Than Worthless. Following

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With Chivalry of Death as their card of presentation, Italy’s new masters of necrometal Boia definitely show that Italians do it better. Here their riffs roll out with menacing speed, the drums hammer up front and boom like carefully orchestrated explosions designed to flatten all fields and the bestial vocals of Krommak

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