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Some people try to be weird, and some people are just born weird! The members of the Swedish band SALEM’S POT fall in the the latter. With each release you can tell that this band is not content with taking the easy route and producing the same record over and over. Creating

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Inter Arma is a stunning example of how a band improves through time. Their debut album Sundown was in essence a raw diamond, something that the release of their latest EP The Cavern, originally written back in 2009 (before their debut album), established in the best of ways. Suspicions were

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Oh man, I feel like I could watch this psychedelic celebration of everything blasphemous again and again! VINCAS has just released a video for their track “Black Rose” off of their LP Deep In The Well (Learning Curve Records) and it’s a sick and twisted acid trip through weird biblical imagery

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Melissa Cha
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Troller’s released a chic pop dirge with Graphic. Troller are Amber and Justin Goers, with Adam Jones. The trio’s grown past their Troller cult status off their own Austin-based label, HoloDeck Records. All that leather that graced Graphic’s cover and the “Not Here” music videos coaxed Crucial Blast to venture a CD

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Text & Photos by Castle Tending to the dead is a grave business, whether it’s building mounds or mausoleums, so in keeping with the theme of our current tour and upcoming album, Welcome to the Graveyard, we decided to visit the final resting places of souls alongside America’s highways as we traveled

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Nathan Tucker
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The Obsessed Live at Siberia Text & Photos: Nathan Tucker “Man, this place is gonna be packed tonight,” Dave Shermen, bassist for The Obsessed, shared with me moments before Siberia opened its’ doors for the night’s show. The way I viewed Dave’s comment wasn’t as an act of boasting, but a humbling statement

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