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In 2014, enigmatic one man-black/drone/industrial noise entity ROTTING SKY (based in Portland OR, and masterminded by Timm Messing, guitarist of legendary crust punk legion Nux Vomica – RIP) released a true masterpiece called Sedation. With four long tracks for about forty minutes of swelling and shapeshifting black noise laced with virulent

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Ungodly fuck. What the fuck is this? What have VESSEL OF INIQUITY created? A gaping hole leading straight to oblivion carved into flesh of reality… This is sonic destruction of otherworldly form. A broken and disfigured chasm of unimaginable aural torment… Press play on the player below and listen for your

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Anyone feeling a sense of dread when contemplating the levels of forced joyfulness around irritating family members looming ahead? Then we have just the release for you – Order Of Nine Angels‘ Mark Of The Beast LP will fry your braincells with destructive and suffocating noise so that you’ll be able to smile dementedly at the

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I’ve been a long time admirer ov Matt Minter’s art. The striking mainly black and white images he produces always struck a cord with me. Harking back to the art ov old hardcore and noise tapes and VHS body horror and giallo movies, they are right up my street. I

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Sacramence first came to my attention with their early tapes ov raw black metal, real “grab you by the throat with cold hands emerging from some far off murky hole” stuff. So I was a little surprised to hear last year’s Lovers Seek Dominance, a tour de force blending Industrial,

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When it comes to the original West Coast Power Violence scene, one band has always managed to stay as a truly outsider group – that band is GASP (if you didn’t guess already from the title). They’ve been a favorite of mine since I first heard their classic Drome Triler Of

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