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CrustHardcoreMusicReviews

RE/VOLT are a new band with crushing power and intense speed. Their debut EP ‘This is our war’ due out in 2013, was recorded in Killing Joke’s recent rehearsal space in Hill Valley Studios. The bands line up boasts members of such greats as Extreme Noise Terror, Killing Joke, Gallows

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CrustDoomFeaturesFilmLive RitualsMusicMusic VideosSludge

One of the best things about living in the Bay Area is getting to see shows like this one. Brainoil is a supremely Heavy band that features Nate on Guitars/Vocals from the legendary band Destroy, Ira on Drums from Watch Them Die & Greg on Bass/Vocals from I Will Kill

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CrustDeath MetalDoomMusicReviews

Okus are a very new Irish band having only played their first gig in October of this year. But are very much old hands music wise with members having played in The Dagda, Bleeding Rectum, Fuckhammer, Sodb and more. They are to me like a hybrid between crusty death metal,

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Apocalyptic BluesCrustFilmMusicMusic Videos

Now this is fucking ultra sick to listen to and watch: NEUROSIS 1992 live in Italy. A hour’s worth of footage that has them blazing through Souls at Zero material plus a Dead Kennedys cover. Shout out to Killthatcat for turning us on to this…Fuck all of the chit chat,

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CrustDeath MetalDis-beatDoomMusicReviewsSludge

They say you can’t judge a book by it’s cover but in the case of Ilsa the cover of “Intoxicantations” tells a whole lot about what’s to come.  A tiger with a tab of LSD on it’s tongue, a tangle of weeds, skulls, eyes, and centipedes, lines being cut, a

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ArtCrustDeath RockDis-beatEventsFeaturesMusicPhotography

All Photos: Ted Reckoning Despite some unwelcome shenanigans on the 2nd night of Vancouver’s 8th annual DISTORT FEST, the third night went off well and featured performances by CRIMSON SCARLET, OUST, DERAS KRIG, DEATHCOUNT, SKABIIS, NIGHT NURSE, ASILE, BELLICOSE MINDS and WOLFBRIGADE. All bands killed it, and Ted Reckoning has

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ArtCrustDeath RockDis-beatEventsFeaturesMusicPhotography

Text and Photos: Andy Social Photography Barely drinkable draft, studded leathers and ear-splitting decible levels… Distort Fest Volume 8 was everything a punk fest should be. After a late start the crowd was thirsty for more than booze when opening act Absurdist hit the stage, and shit got gnarly fast.

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CrustDis-beatMusic

Occultist formed in the last couple years… why would you do that? Jim: A few years ago a tentacled malevolence reached out to us from the great beyond demanding that we not play trend metal or rap-rock, and so Occultist was born. What kind of drug stimulants do you use

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CrustFeaturesMusicStreaming

Today we’re stoked to be streaming in full the new album by Downfall of Gaia, Suffocating in the Swarm of Cranes, available now on CD, and on vinyl pre-order HERE, and available worldwide on October 9th! Check out their track by track description and stream below… Text: Downfall of Gaia

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Blackened CrustCrustMusicReviews

This was the second year of Filthfest in Dublin city, so after last years two day festival being so good, it was a must to go again this year. After arriving I had to visit the usual haunts in Dublin on any visit, Into The Void Records, Chapters bookshop and

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CrustFeaturesHardcoreStreaming

This is urgent: on September 21st, Protestant release their new album Reclamation via Halo of Flies USA & Chaos RuraleCanada. Every tune on this album is a wake up to your inner doubts to shut the fuck up and get on with this thing called life! Today CVLT Nation is

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CrustHardcoreMusicReviews

It can be easy to forget the influence that Fall of Efrafa left behind when they called it a day. Despite only releasing three LPs, the crust turned post metal behemoths really set a standard for sprawling epic hardcore of this ilk and it’s easy to hear that sound explored

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