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Text: Mike Hill I’ve known Aaron Turner for two decades, which sounds like a very long time; time flies on broken wings, I suppose. During that time, I’ve observed him, along with a shortlist of other like-minded individuals, transform the landscape of heavy music, propelling it forward into the new

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The darkest recesses of Sweden’s unfuckwithable metal legacy have long since been a part of the nation’s furniture, and to this day its distinctive din pumps vigorously and unapologetically through the hearts of emerging bands worldwide. Situated half way between the country’s capital and the spiritual home of melodic death

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Today I got a message from our writer Mattia saying I should check out this band VRTRA, because they will blow my mind! He was more than fucking right – unholy triple fuck, this band is the fucking SHIT! Out of nowhere they released one the strongest debuts of 2016, and I know this to

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I am not alone – there are thousands of humans all over the world that can not get enough of ELECTRIC WIZARD. How do I know this for sure? Because I see mad heads that take collecting all of their vinyl and merch very seriously. For some, collecting is not enough,

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There is something fucking GLORIOUS about the music of Morphinist. Maybe it’s the fact this project births several releases a year in a constant – almost hemorrhagic – spawn of creativity; maybe it’s the one-man nature of the project that makes it so impenetrable and intimate; or maybe it’s the music’s mesmerizing and seemingly

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Spirit Adrift came to life in 2015 after founding member Nate Garrett (Gatecreeper, ex-Take Over And Destroy) found himself at a crossroads and deeply in debt to alcohol. The realities he faced led to his taking solace in music and creating his way out of an ever increasing hole of

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