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Henry Kane is the solo vessel of Jonny Peterson, mainly known from Wombbath, along with a myriad of other projects. Peterson’s goal with Henry Kane appears to be a reinterpretation of Swedish, old-school death metal, with a few interesting twists and turns. To that end his debut album, Den Forstorda

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Now it’s time for part two of the TODAY IS THE DAY Origins, directed by David Hall. The deluxe version of Temple of the Morning Star is out now on The End Records, plus Today is the Day embark on a national tour starting July 6th (they will be joined by

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This year marks the 20th Anniversary of TODAY IS THE DAY‘s release of Temple of The Morning Star. The deluxe version of this epic album is out now on The End Records, plus Today is the Day embark on a national tour starting July 6th (they will be joined by Kayo Dot).

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Text and Photos: Wayne Ballard In its 9th year of operation, Southern California based festival Sound & Fury continues to represent everything I love and want out of a Hardcore-based music festival. 2017 marked my fourth year attending the festival and this year may have been the most excited I’ve

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There is a surge of extreme bands today that incorporate noise elements in their song structures, attempting to push the boundaries of what is sonically tolerable. Experimental sludge duo The Body have produced such excellent specimens, as have grind dissidents Full of Hell. However, it is Endon from Tokyo that

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French sludge-core abusers FANGE delightfully return with Pourrissoir – a new and incredibly foul long player of brand new songs that has swiftly followed the release of their inhumanly wretched full-length from 2016, Purge. Not much has changed in the Fange world in a little under a year, and that’s a good thing. Pourrissoir showcases once again

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