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Watch out Europe – ALL PIGS MUST DIE is coming to your continent this weekend for two massive and destructive shows – at Roskilde Festival in Denmark on July 4th, and at The Underworld in London on July 5th (tickets here). To celebrate this mini tour, they’ve made an awesome exclusive mixtape for

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Unholy HEAVY DOOM FUCK… the new FUNERARY songs on their upcoming split with OOZE are unfreaking REAL! Listening to their music feels like my whole being is dragged through a neverending cave of despair, and all I can taste in my mouth is the pain of their riffs! Today we have

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First and foremost, this album is sonic experimentation at it’s finest. For those unfamiliar with this London based project, Ghold create a deep, rich sound composed of only bass guitar and drums. Perhaps the best way to describe this bands sound is the mongoloid bastard-child of of 5ive and Lighting

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Do you like your hardcore with an extra heavy dose of metal? The we’ve got what you need today – a full stream of the new EP from New York’s iron-clad horde All Out War, Dying Gods. This EP includes a bludgeoning cover of Amebix’s “Arise” as well as a

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Fans of Steve Von Till, guitarist and vocalist in Bay Area post metal titans Neurosis, have been clamouring for more of his idiosyncratic brand of folk music for several years. After a seven year wait, Von Till has just released his fourth solo record, entitled A Life Unto Itself. Seven

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The always incredible CHELSEA WOLFE has just released a track from her forthcoming album on Sargent House, Abyss, entitled “Carrion Flowers,” and it is as moving as you anticipate it to be. Once again, Chelsea’s signature sound is evolving, and this track carries more industrial elements than her previous outputs,

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