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Death RockFeaturedMusicPost-Punkshoegaze

A Black People’s third album was released earlier this month, and before I listened to it, I truly had no idea shoegaze and deathrock could be combined so perfectly. On paper, it sounds like the type of genre mash-up that could only be accomplished with a very particular sound or at

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Avant GardeDeath RockDoomFeaturedFeaturesMusicPost-PunkSludgeStreaming

It is with great pride today that we bring you a harrowing glimpse into a shattered world devoid of all sanity. Show of Bedlam are a Canadian avantgarde doom metal band from Montreal who are impossible to truly define and pretty much sound like nothing else out there – and are

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CvltureDeath RockFeaturedMusicshoegazeStreaming

Fucked up robots are attacking my positive mental health as I listen to fucked up music. The new tape by OVEN is totally fucked in many awesome ways, because under the sleazy, fuzzed out feedback, beautiful sonic flowers are blooming! This self-titled tape is full of music that will have you scratching your

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Death RockFeaturedFeaturesMusicPost-PunkStreaming

Written by Louis Ferdinand Vallejo Perhaps is the wrong concept or just an idea that floats around fed by my own music consumption and the obsession that feeds it, but boy, we have not gone a long way since 5-10 years ago when a new wave of millennials seemed to feed

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Black MetalDeath RockFeaturedPost-PunkReviews

Byyrth is an unknown entity comprised of black metal/post-punk psychosavants that only want to bring about the demise of mainstream music and all its absurdity. Byyrth ring notes out in classic icy, black metal tribute and send the rhythm guitar scurrying through breakneck three-chord punk progressions that move the moshpit.

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Death RockFeaturesMusicPost RockPost-PunkReviewsTour Dates

Peering into someone’s heart and mind and glimpsing their deepest fears and worries, riding a flow of nihilism to a place where hope is a distant glimmer: GOLD‘s new album is a journey into a tormented personal world that looks out on reality with resigned, critical eyes. Optimist, produced by

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