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VESICANT’s new LP Shadows of Cleansing Iron comes out this Friday (14 July, 2017) via the almighty Iron Bonehead Productions, and if you are a fan of otherworldly Black/Death this record is for you! Every moment of this release is immense and dynamic in an unrelenting way. VESICANT has created

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So what do we have here? The very HEAVY new split from LIVID // NO FUNERAL – both bands bring the monolithic pain on this release in different ways! NO FUNERAL is one of the most slept on Sludge//Doom bands doing it right now. I’m going to make it my mission

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There’s no doubt that the Pacific Northwest inspires some dark and heavy music – just listen to Vancouver’s SEER and you’ll hear what nine months of rainy gloom does to your worldview. These guys create music that is expansive and sometimes cerebral, but they also serve up riffs to bang

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Lycus has nearly perfected the sonic incarnation of blackness. Their Californian funeral doom metal is a menacing, melodic and mesmerizing behemoth of sound that is refreshing in a genre marked by its longform sedated stylings. As if with multiple voices, Lycus moves between violin interludes, dense, damning riffs and Gregorian

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End Theory Records/Parasitic Records are getting ready to co-release A Monument to the Abyss of Death, the punishing new split from ENCOFFINATION and SEMPITERNAL DUSK. These bands give us 30 minutes of absolute harrowing sonic torture in the most satisfying way. We’re excited to be able to share the full split with

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SLEEP is a band many of us have had the opportunity of seeing live multiple times. It seems like these guys are always touring, and it’s not unheard of to see them live multiple times in one year. But I ask you – is there such a thing as too

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