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Apocalyptic BluesAvant GardeFilm

Hawkwind are the foundation from where many bands start! They are one of the bands that mastered the heavy sound early! Hawkwind also bridged the gap between the freaks, hippies & punks. I’m not even going to write about how many bands that they influenced. I will say this though

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Apocalyptic BluesAvant GardeMusicReviews

With dissemination of anxiety, confusion, humiliation, darkness, conflict, cruelty, nihilism, inferno and all kinds of other evil, Lautréamonts fictional character Maldoror attempts to demonstrate the hated mankind its own badness. With the second album of their experimental project NERNES/SKAGEN, Kjetil Nernes and Stian Skagen, both members of the noise/math/chaos formation

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Apocalyptic BluesFeaturesTour Dates

One record that I know will be worth the wait is Mass V by AMENRA, which will be their first album on Neurot Recordings. This week, they entered the studio with wizard of heavy Billy Anderson. AMENRA have chosen to record at La Chapelle, an old chapel now turned professional

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Apocalyptic BluesAvant GardeBlack MetalDoomMusic

So what happens when a label that you have loads of respect for creates a mind-altering compilation? The end result is HERESIES, the 2012 digital sampler from CRUCIAL BLAST. Now check out what Adam has to say about the this sonic portrait of torture himself below…It’s 23 tracks long and

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Apocalyptic BluesArtBlack MetalDeath MetalDis-beatMixed Media

From May 31st through June 1st, it’s all going down in Austin for Chaos in Tejas. In my book, this is one of the sickest festivals to take place in the world! This year, the line-up is off the hook as usual, or maybe I should say it’s beyond punktastic.

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Apocalyptic BluesClothingMusic

As the world turns, global warming is getting worse! Living in Los Angeles, it’s a trip when you ride on the freeway and see how hardly anyone car pools (2 people in LA!) or gives a shit about how their cars are fucking up the environment. For years, punks have

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Apocalyptic BluesDoomMusicNeo FolkReviews

Gliding into conscious minds with 2010’s four track demo The Disruption Writ, Ides of Gemini have added to the core of the band – Sera Timms (bass/vocals) and J.Bennett (guitar/backing vocals) – by introducing drummer Kelly Johnston to provide a somewhat martial tone to proceedings. Reworking the tracks found on

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Apocalyptic BluesCrustFeaturesStreaming

Right now I’m listing to one of my favorite records of the year without a doubt! Basically, I’m fucking amazed by the new TREE OF SORES record entitled A Cry of Despair, which will be released via Witch Hunter Records on May 3rd. To put their sound into a box

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Apocalyptic BluesDoomFeaturesLive Rituals

So here is a very interesting post: this is your chance to download two off-the-hook live shows. The first one is Refused live at the Glasshouse, and the second is the almighty YOB live at the Glasshouse. So do the right things, and head over to the Darshun set and

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Apocalyptic BluesAvant GardeMusicNeo Folk

Scott Kelly has nothing to prove. As a founder and main songwriter of one of the most critically-acclaimed experimental metal acts of the past two decades, Neurosis, his path was set. With his reach extending through Neurosis alter-egos Tribes of Neurot, Blood and Times and, most recently, doom supergroup Shrinebuilder

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Apocalyptic BluesAvant GardeFeaturesStreaming

Music can take the form of many things, and it has the power to make you travel into parts of your being that you did not know existed. Mathieu Vandekerckhove, who creates music under the name Syndrome has a new 28 minute transedental song out now via Consouling Sounds, entitled

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Apocalyptic BluesDoomMusic

Record Label Dark Decent Review Source:Grave Dig The stunning piece of cover art by Alexander Brown reflects the mood, attitude and overall feel of the music which conjures large sum of emotional connection. Never a doubt in the first place with the hint of musicianship being displayed on The Drear

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