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Ohyda is a dark hardcore punk band from Lublin, Poland, featuring ex-members of Alert! Alert!. Having formed in early 2015 shortly after the previous band’s end, they played their first gig on May 1st of that year. Inspired by music like Siekiera, Tragiedia, and Atak, Ohyda brings psychedelic and postpunk

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Denver’s Of Feather and Bone are among the hardest working acts from the Southwest around right now and last year saw the release of their inaugural full-length, Embrace the Wretched Flesh on Good Fight Music. A 10 song onslaught of bombastic crusty grindcore, the LP was handily among 2015’s heaviest

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Is anyone else out there feeling like the mountain of shit that the elite have built for us to live on is about to fall? Anyone else sick of the false reality we’ve been plugged into? Are you ready to cut the cord? Well, today we’ve got an inspiring visual

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Being in a band isn’t an easy endeavor. Even with the right chemistry between members, the sheer number of obstacles a project has to jump over can be daunting. It can strain relationships, or even outright destroy them. Just recording an album is enough stress to cause even the most

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2016 has been one hell of a year for extreme music. We’ve seen a number of freshman acts break through with some stunning debuts. There has been a massive showing of genre-blending releases from both these newer acts and veteran projects, all of which have ultimately help push the boundaries (and

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In a way, it’s the end of an era. Burgerfest has been a fixture of the Vancouver aggressive music scene since its inception 6 years ago. The event having grown almost exponentially with each successive instalment, it was fitting to see a return to the previous year’s venue – The Waldorf –

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