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2016 has been one hell of a year for extreme music. We’ve seen a number of freshman acts break through with some stunning debuts. There has been a massive showing of genre-blending releases from both these newer acts and veteran projects, all of which have ultimately help push the boundaries (and

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In a way, it’s the end of an era. Burgerfest has been a fixture of the Vancouver aggressive music scene since its inception 6 years ago. The event having grown almost exponentially with each successive instalment, it was fitting to see a return to the previous year’s venue – The Waldorf –

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What we have for you today is a BEAST of a stream, in the form of a track “Crematorium” off of HIEROPHANT’s upcoming album Mass Grave set to escape its cage on Nov. 4th via Season of Mist! HIEROPHANT have really outdone themselves with this record, and when you hit play below and

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The current political climate is a polarizing one, to put it simply. All over the internet, self-proclaimed “punks” are spouting off rhetoric that mirrors that of a conservative, white dad. Conversely, the other side of the political spectrum is suffering from a nasty wave of uncritical progressivism that is ready

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Portland, OR has spawned another of the devil’s progeny in the form of RUMINANT, who are ready to force your daily dose of audio hate down your throat with a spoonful of razors! Do you like your grind with groove? Then you will love the way this band hammers their way into your

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Sometimes, just sometimes, I feel the need to shove aside my lofty notions that Extreme Metal should mean something. That it should explore the depths of the human condition. Sometimes, I just want to hear something that is viciously callouses and devastating. Thankfully, noise-terrorists Unyielding Love recently came into my

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