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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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CrustDis-beatFeaturedNoise

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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CrustDis-beatFeaturedFeaturesStreaming

These bands deliver the most perfect record of pure reverb madness – Gaze from Dublin, Ireland and KORP from Malmö, Sweden. Both bands will be playing simultaneously in their own cities of Dublin and Malmo on Saturday night, and then will be touring Ireland together July 16th – 18th. Released

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80s HardcoreCvltureDis-beatFeaturedHistoryMusic

In the 80’s, punks faced a global struggle with the mainstream and the police from around the world and through it, we became an international family of misfits. It was hard to visualize what other scenes looked like, because all we had were bad xerox photos and a whole lot

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Now this is just so rad: DETHFOX have just kicked off their US tour! To go along with this crucial event, the band has released a 2015 US Tour edition tape via RUNSTATE Tapes. We are now streaming this kick ass collection of tunes…Everyone reading this on the East Coast, make sure to

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PUNK WILL NEVER DIE!!! I want to take time to salute the videographer AT THE BOILER ROOM from Boston for capturing some insane performances with his camera. Check this three raging sets from Parasytes, Dry Hump & Sgt. Slaughter and Savageheads that took place on June 17th at the Non Factory in Boston. When I

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Black MetalBlackened CrustCrustDis-beatDoomFeaturedFeaturesInterviewsMusicSludge

“Life is full of bullshit and unfortunate events that happen every second of every day all over the world, but the real aim of these types of reflections is to relay the idea that things can always be better. “

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Black MetalBlackened CrustCrustDis-beatDoomFeaturedFeaturesGrindcoreHardcoreMusicStreaming

Jdi a Dívej Se (“Idi i Smotri”, or “Come and See”) is a breath-taking Russian movie from 1985, and now also a compilation presenting seven Czech black metal bands deeply rooted in their local hardcore/punk scene, and released digitally by Coffee Breath Records. Each band provided previously unreleased material recorded exclusively

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Temple
CrustDis-beatFeaturedStreaming

TEMPLE OF DAGON don’t create the kind of music that is going to become popular with the country club, polo-playing kind of humans. On the other hand, this band creates sounds that will have the have-nots rise up and burn down the country club, then impale the polo players on their own

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CrustDemosDis-beatFeaturedMusicRaw PunkReviews

Holy fucking shit. It’s when you hear shit like this that you realize we are in the future. Today, even something as vile, macabre, ill and fucked up as QUALM from Amsterdam, Netherlands, can make it out of the gutter and be heard. The Internet, social media etc. have enabled even the purest

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Black MetalBlackened CrustCrustDeath MetalDis-beatFeaturesGrindcoreHardcoreInterviewsMusicNoisePower ViolenceRaw PunkSludge

Hi guys, for those who are not familiar with you, can you please tell us the genesis of Full of Hell and how the band came together? Hello! Full of Hell was started by our guitarist Spencer in 2009. The full lineup came together in 2010, and we have been

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Dis-beatRaw PunkReviews

Punk music was founded on challenging norms and found its identity by subsequently tearing them down. Over time, this destruction-as-creation concept has become watered down, packaged and processed for sensitized, radio-friendly ears, where feelings of rejection were celebrated over the celebration of rebellion, the embracing of what society defines as

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