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The world is fucking upside down, as we all know, and the one thing that helps to keep me grounded is music. Especially tunes with a message, which is why I love bands like NAUSEA. Check out this blistering full set of them killing shit in Germany. It’s sort of

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Downpressors jump up to get beat down is exactly how I feel. The only good oppressor is a dead one! MARGINAL creates the kind of killer crust that kills them on contact. Their soon to be released LP Total Destruction is full of caustic tunes that will make you want to

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Unholy hell – it is just so fucking rad watching NAILBOMB killing shit at the Dynamo fest in 1995! Their anti-racism backdrop is so on point and still carries weight today! I wish I could time travel back to this show because it looked unreal – the crowd is amazing

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Dio Drone is a rad DIY label from Tuscany, central Italy, who’s made a name for them selves by releasing such fucked up and awesome Italian bands as Hate & Merda, and OVO, just to name a few – their catalog is pretty vast now, and all the bands they

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Southern Lord hosted a special event in Amsterdam, home of their European office, as a celebration of the label’s diversity and ever-expanding roster. The label invited an array of bands to perform for one night only, across two stages. The line-up included Big | Brave, Circle, Magma, Okkultokrati, Sunn O))), Unsane,

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I talked with Wolfbrigade during the Southern Lord Festival in Amsterdam about Run with the Hunted and the future of the band.   Punk has always been an act of rebellion. Since you started playing in 1995, the situation in Europe and the world has changed drastically. We’ve seen the

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