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Text & Photos by Teddie Taylor Mary Lattimore and True Widow are sonically unrelated. That’s what makes a night with the two so perfect. Rather than thrash metal band followed by doom metal band followed by black metal band, they were completely separate entities appealing to opposite emotions. Lattimore’s instrumental

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Syndrome is the side project of Mathieu Vandekerckhove of Amenra, who is about to release his third full-length, following Floating Veins and Now and Forever. Thematically, the album follows the concept of Now and Forever, but with a switch of perspective. Where Now and Forever was a dialogue before a father

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Pure Sonic Violence, Unhinged Audio Torment, Fuck Everything in the Fucked up World – it’s time for some GOATBLOOD! Their new LP entitled Veneration of Armageddon comes out on Xmas Eve via Dunkelheit Produktionen and it’s a blackened 3-headed beast of pure hate!!! This band’s songs dig into your skull and drag

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It fucking went down in AZ one weekend in October at this year’s SWTF – there were so many awesome bands it’s hard to count! Our comrade in killerness, PITFULLOFSHIT, was on hand to capture the epic fest on film again. Today, we have a double dose of Aaron Turner – check out this

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If you like “Appalachian Black Metal” in the vein of Panopticon, Twilight Fauna, Alraune, Bastard Sapling, etc, then you will have to take a deep breath and dive into the light-swallowing music of Sallow, as within you will find everything that makes eastern North American “rural” black metal such a unique thing

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When I was in college, I met a girl. Not just any girl mind you, but the kind that every punk/hardcore kid dreams of meeting during those ever-so-awkward years your parents refer to as “higher education.” She wore all black, had more tattoos than a Russian prison inmate, and regularly

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