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I can feel the earth shaking beneath my feet as Nature’s hordes stampede out of the mountains to wage war with mankind! BEASTWARS is set to release their new album The Death Of All Things via Destroy Records on April 22nd, and we have an exclusive stream of their track

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Ritual Productions is back with another banger from The Poisoned Glass, and these guys are fucking wizards at what they do! Game recognize Game – two of the major players from Burning Witch,  Edgy59 and G. Stuart Dahlquist, are the duo that create the sonics you are about to experience! The

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Well today is your lucky day for new music, because both Chelsea Wolfe and Youth Code are sharing music leading up to their new releases! Wolfe is dropping a B-Side 7 inch on April 1st via Sargent House, featuring the songs “Hypnos”/”Flame.” Right now,  Chelsea’s sweet voice is floating all my around skull

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RITUAL PRODUCTIONS is a label that we can count on again and again to push the genre of DOOM to new heights with each release. They have done it again with the upcoming LP by HORSE LATITUDES entitled Primal Gnosis. All I can say is that this band has created a record

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I recently watched the must-see documentary DEAD HANDS DIG DEEP (written by  Spencer Heath and Jai Love, and directed by Jai Love) that was about one of America’s most fucked in the head bands that goes by the name of KETTLE CADAVER. Their frontman, Edwin Borsheim, inflicted harm on himself that made GG Allin seem like a wimp

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GAG’ s America’s Greatest Hits that is out now on Iron Lung Records is the fucking BOMB (just read our review HERE!). The band have just put out a visual for “Pretty Boy” directed by Ian Shelton and it’s pretty cool – it definitely shows their sense of humour. Next time GAG plays Seattle

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