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SEVEN – INFERNAL COIL Burning Prayer of Infinite Hatred Infernal Coil is the most diabolical and fucked in the head band you will hear today!!! They hail from Boise, Idaho and have created another ULTRA strong debut with four-song tape Burning Prayer of Infinite Hatred. What you’ll hear when you

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One young band that stands out among many gnarly crews is SKINCARVER! We featured them earlier this year in our New Sick Band Alert – you can peep the feature HERE. I know I’m not wrong in saying this: this band is going to be fucking HUGE. CVLT Nation is

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Denver’s Of Feather and Bone are among the hardest working acts from the Southwest around right now and last year saw the release of their inaugural full-length, Embrace the Wretched Flesh on Good Fight Music. A 10 song onslaught of bombastic crusty grindcore, the LP was handily among 2015’s heaviest

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Matthew Arrebollo Interviews WOUNDVAC Amid an influx of quality new music in Arizona, Tempe-based band Woundvac has spent the past couple of years carving out a niche for themselves with their precise amalgamation of grindcore, punk and metal. Formed in 2014, the band has quickly risen to the top tier of

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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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