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The Philadelphia based band Hex Inverter might be relatively new to the scene, having released just their self-titled debut album before Revision, but its members have been around for a while. Comprised of Christian McKenna and Mick Mullin of experimental, post-rock outfit Empty Flowers and Randy Larsen of Cable and Slow Death

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Text & Photos Bobby Cochran Nothing gets one in the spirit of a full day of live heavy music like the death-spiral durges of Richmond VA’s Cough, who opened Saturday’s festivities in the main room at The Joint.  Today’s main room lineup was pretty staggering, with NWOBHM vets Diamond Head, Scandinavian folk/black

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Texas blackened doom/noise artist CRAWL will be releasing their new album This Sad Cadav’r on Black Bow Records this Friday. The three songs contained herein will ooze their black pus into your pores and rupture you from the inside after torturing your mind with visions of eternal burning. Fans of feeling

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The last date of The Friendship Tour was a holy event. Quite literally, Cloud Rat, Moloch, False and Thou played beneath the stained glass of the New Orleans First Unitarian Church. Cloud Rat’s vocalist Madison said she wouldn’t want to tour with anyone else – “except maybe Kate Bush.” Inside jokes

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BLOOD OF SOKAR are ready to pulverize your eardrums with their new self-titled release coming out next Friday via Lighten Up Sounds. This album creates a suffocating atmosphere that you can’t – and won’t want to – escape from! Blood of Sokar envelop the listener in a fog of heaviness

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HELL, the doom/drone/sludge entity, one-man project of M.S.W., appears to be in a state of re-discovery. Having released a number of albums since 2009, including their trilogy in Hell I, II and III, and participating in some exciting collaborations, the one with Mizmor standing out in particular, it now feels

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