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World End Man‘s music video for their new song “Feed the Negative”! Real, bone-crushing death metal straight from Japan! More to come soon, including an interview with singer Kiyo Nishihara, with the release of their new EP, Nobody Wins, later this month! Too pumped to wait? Find WEM on Bandcamp here!    

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Throughout the year, Arizona’s heavy music output remains top tier, a choice assemblage of artists pushing hardcore, metal and all related sub-genres into refreshing, harsher territories. It can be said, with relative lack of argument, that all music scenes deserve their due, but there are those that are special, that

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Text & Photos: Teddie Taylor Genocide Pact are suffocating in the highest, complimentary form of the word. From the birthplace of hardcore, they are crafting death metal that harkens to the greats while pushing forward to something even greater. The trio’s 2015 record, Forged Through Domination, was a looming reminder

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Portland’s Blood Freak have mutilated ear drums since the early aughts with five albums of gore-drenched death metal and grind. Helmed by Maniac Neil, the band has consistently built a discography of horror-themed aural violence rife with well-crafted riffs, memorable vocals, and a healthy smattering of stomach-churning samples guaranteed to

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A live review of Cemetery Piss, Corpse Light and Och live @ Asian Taste in Baltimore Mere days after the mid-70’s had us daydreaming about the impending blackening pall of Maryland Deathfest, mid March found us locked into the jaws of an appropriately timed permafrost. Into the fray… Backlit by little

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All hail the cassette – ever since I was a youth I have been a fan. Fast forward to 2107, and still some of my favorite releases have only seen the light of day on tape. I have certain labels that I know I can count to always release the kind

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