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In 2012, I was at a festival called Sound and Fury in Santa Barbara, California, shooting the shit with my friends in the parking lot of the festival grounds, when this dude comes out of nowhere to inform us that the next band playing was, and I quote, “fast as

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With the start of a new year, the underground has awakened from the holiday and turn of the year stasis and has been swarming with new releases from a ton of great unsigned bands. Here are the latest that we strongly feel you should familiarize yourself with: 1. HAUNTER – διαδήλωση Hailing

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So, this feature about three of my favorite things from Boston: insanely sick bands, The Boiler Room and the always on-point photography of Angela Owens. Last Saturday, it all fucking went down at the Boiler Room, with caustic, in your face performances by SAVAGEHEADS, SUNSHINE WARD, LEATHER DADDY and SADIST captured

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This band is A FUCKING BEAST and I love them for that!!! Systemik Viølence is a new band from Lisbon, Portugal, that spit in the face of conformity and are releasing their debut tape Fuck as Punk! Their songs are blistering, distorted, raging weapons of mass radness that will freaking rip your

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Unholy triple fucks – it all went down in Oaktown on March 12th for the ATRAMENT record release show for their new LP Eternal Downfall. Rounding off the bill was the headliner ACEPHALIX along with DEATHGRAVE, and the word on the street is that chairs were flying – some band members

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Text & Photos: Imogen Reid Bleak Life is an annual punk fest here in the frozen hellhole that is Ottawa, Canada: it is three days of beer, speed, weed and noise-induced hearing loss. It was started three years ago by a group of friends who saw a need in this city

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