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Black Metal is quickly becoming one of the more experimented-with genres, and as a result you have genius releases like the POISON BLOOD self-titled debut. Taking a page from such disparate sources as Rudimentary Peni and Danzig, the duo of Horseback’s Jenks Miller and Krieg’s Neill Jameson have crafted a darkly

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The first time I listened to LOW FLYING HAWKS (feat. members of Melvins) was after reading the interview with them that we published last year – the way they described their doomy, dreamy sound was so compelling I had to hear them, and from the first notes of their February 2016

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Modern death metal, emo screaming, plain good ol death metal – whatchamacallit your thing?  Good music is Good music.  Occasionally blasting, breaking down to good riffage, double-kicked stomp sections touched by rung notes. What more can we say about the band Succumb and their self-titled full-length album released by vaunted

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Reading Michael Griffin’s prose and listening to his ambient/drone compositions achieve similar ends: the effect on the reader or listener is calmly disconcerting. “Calm” might seem an odd word to attach to a horror writer’s prose, but it’s the sort of uneasy calm of a David Lynch set piece. In

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SEEMING has a new LP coming out very soon, SOL: A Self-Banishment Ritual, which combines some of his post-punk and industrial expertise with funk and trip hop sounds to create something that is catchy as fuck and delightfully uplifting. SEEMING teamed up with producer and musician S∆MMUS for the track “Stranger” off

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Last week, we premiered the ‘Legacy’ instalments of our ‘An Exclusive Conversation w/ Steve Austin’ series, where he talks about the making of the seminal Today is the Day album Temple of the Morning Star. This year marks the 20th anniversary of this classic record being released, and so the band

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