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Fresno is located in the heart of California. It is the fifth largest city in the best state in America. I spent over a decade living in the area. I dedicated a lot of time and energy focusing on building unity within the underground music community in the hopes of

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Total, unchallenged, unadulterated, fucking sonic BEDLAM. Ten minutes. Only ten miserable minutes of almost senseless torment. Ten fucking minutes in which your life is ripped to pieces; in which you sink to hell, and touch the bottom of a trench of fathomless affliction. There is no other way to describe the ferocity

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Death MetalDis-beatFeaturedMusicStreaming

So what do we have here? Another insanely rad release from one of our favorite tape labels, Caligari Records. The name of band is DISTERROR, they hail from Mexico and play a vicious brand of crust-infused death metal that has the power to crush bones! Within the the riffs that this band

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The time has come for the world to deal with a new and unapolagetic threat in sonic form, an immeasurable pile of violence and darkness coming its way. ATRAMENT are a new d-beat crust band from Oakland, CA, formed by current and former members of notable Bay Area bands like Necrot, Vastum,

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Blackened CrustDis-beatFeatured

There is a new BESTIAL blackened d-beat monster in the Bay Area that goes by the name of ATRAMENT. You can see for yourself that their first show was sick, and watching it only makes you wonder how their recordings are going to sound! I have a couple of their songs and can

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When the subject of Crust and d-beat music is brought up, many things come to mind. Images of old, battered Aus-Rotten patches, house shows, cheap beer, kick-ass guitar tone, and of course, lots of black clothing. Not surprisingly, South Korea probably is the furthest thing from your mind when Crust

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