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Avant GardeDeath MetalDemosFeaturedHardcoreNoise

Growing up and living in Brooklyn has its merits. Beyond the pizza and bagels, the accessibility to music – whether live, at record shops or simply through the people you meet – has been something I try to take full advantage of. This year’s been pretty exciting and I was

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Avant GardeBlack MetalMusicNoiseReviews

Swirling, chaotic, virulent, black and maddening. These are but a few of the many adjectives that could be used to describe the incredibly harsh, unique music that Jute Gyte produces. But even with one hundred of the most descriptive words in the English language, I still would not be able

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Avant GardeFeaturedMusicNoiseReviews

I am at a complete loss for words. I can not humanly find a way to describe this guy’s music in a language that gives it justice. Simply put, Latvian and now Berlin-based electronic musician OYAARSS, makes some of the most mind-bending, shape-shifting, mood-sculpting and mind-blowing electronic music you will

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Dis-beatFeaturedMusicNoise

Deathangle Absolution, the newest incarnation of Satanic Skinhead Propaganda, just released 5000, an anti-fascist, anti-racist album by Canadian noise punx Schizophasia…on purpose? Schizophasia claims that the head of the label, Antichrist Kramer, had no idea of their political views when he asked them to record an album for his new

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FeaturedGrindcoreHardcoreNoiseReviews

Full of Hell has come a long way. Their debut album, Roots of Earth Are Consuming My Home, has remained a personal favorite since it’s 2011 release. Their followup, Rudiments of Mutilation, was a noise-punk masterpiece, despite it not capturing the same fervor of their debut. Around and between these

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FeaturedHardcoreMusicNoisePost RockPost-PunkReviews

In the post-9/11 world in which we all live, there have been many bands that play aggressive or weird styles of music who have had their records used for the purpose of enhanced interrogation (the nice way of saying torture) on captured enemy combatants. Bands like Slayer and Skinny Puppy

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