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One constant in our shared experience of art is the cyclical nature of styles and aesthetics. Relevance that fades finds a way to significance once again. In recent years, bands like Majority Rule, PG. 99, City of Caterpillar and more have found themselves active and relevant again, possibly even more

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Consouling always has the most wonderful and strange releases on offer, and each one is perfection. Their March release of Et Cetera by YOUFF fits with their catalog beautifully – a noisy, doomy, psychedelic trip that both challenges and lulls the listener. Today we’re honored to be premiering their new

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It’s April in Cardiff and the spring has yet to reveal itself in the Welsh Capitol.  Luckily, tonight’s show fits perfectly with the grim, dreary weather outside.     London’s Scrap Brain are first on tonight’s bill and attack the audience with their dissonant brand of noise-punk.  Since releasing their

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There’s something brutal brewing in Texas… If you’re a fan of heavy underground music and you’re in the vicinity of Austin, you need to be there in June to witness the 2nd annual AUSTIN TERROR FEST! It really is the heaviest fest in the southwest, featuring sets from YOB, EXHORDER,

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Amenra & Boris – Thekla, Bristol, UK February 14th 2018 The pairing of Belgian post-metal masters Amenra and experimental Japanese noise-makers Boris on this co-headlong European tour of which the setting of the Thekla in Bristol was the first date was always going to be a dream match for music

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The legendary Japanese multi-instrumentalist Keiji Haino has always been a prime figure in the experimental, free-rock, improvisation realm. His collaborations with other prominent artists have always been enticing and forward thinking, be it with krautrock masters Faust, fellow Japanese heavy experimentalists Boris, drone overlord Stephen O’Malley or jazz aficionados like

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