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We are excited to announce that we’re co-sponsoring the Relapse Records showcase this year at SXSW on March 12th, 2014! The lineup is all killer – Windhand, Christian Mistress, Nothing, Obliteration, Primitive Man and Pyrrhon are wrecking the stage at the Dirty Dog Bar in Austin, TX. We are honored

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by Oliver Sheppard It’s here: http://current931.bandcamp.com/ Or, nearly Current 93’s complete discography. (There are so many unofficial releases, semi-official releases, quasi-official releases, etc., that a truly complete discography is pretty daunting.) Current 93: The long-running dark-ambient-cum-post-industrial-cum-neofolk project, whose only constant member has been David Tibet, has been making musick for

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If in literature a tragedy is a work that begins high and ends low, and a comedy (think Dante’s) vice versa, then what about a narrative that starts with order and ends dissolved into nothingness?  Stability to chaos in the span of a few hundred pages, an hour and a

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Hold on, I just dropped a dose of sonic acid and smoked a huge bag of weird as fuck! Actually, I’m blasting the new album from Portland’s TOWERS entitled II that comes out on Feb. 11th via Eolian Empire. These audio aliens have created mutated pieces of art that could

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This is just way too rad: KYLESA totally killing shit in Paris. Check out this stellar footage of them performing “Said and Done” and you can feel the energy jumping out of your screen. KYLESA is still on tour all over Europe, so if you are in that part of

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Helen Money‘s 3rd full length, Arriving Angels, originally released via Profound Lore in 2013, is now available as a limited edition vinyl repress through Corpse Flower Records. This LP is limited to 500 copies on a gorgeous opaque orange vinyl, with original artwork by Steve Byram (Reign in Blood, License

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