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Nuclear Devastation hails from the beautiful and mellow city of Amsterdam, but there is nothing beautiful or mellow about the furious blackened crust sounds you are about to hear on their debut LP Inferno! From the opening notes of “Slitted Tongues,” you’ll know that this band is taking no prisoners. From that point

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Apocalyptic BluesFeaturedMusicReviews

For the past few years, I have been captivated by the occult rock-inspired end of the modern metal world. The Devil’s Blood kicked it off with their Satanic psychedelia and the beautiful banshee wailing of lead vocalist Farida Lemouchi. Next up was In Solitude’s final album and masterpiece, Sister, a

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Teddie Taylor
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Text & Photos: Teddie Taylor At the space-themed Saturn in Birmingham, Alabama, Sargent House trios put on shows that were nothing short of otherworldly. Rocket-like bass drum explosions punctuated with flares of unimpeded clarity. Three bodies in orbits of their own, only sonically eclipsing. “In space, no one can hear

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Death RockFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusicPost-Punk

I love The Birthday Party. When they were at the top of their game, no band was more original. These weirdos were super death rock on some sleazy vodun styles without ever labeling themselves. The Birthday Party is a perfect example that some of the most interesting music was created

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DoomFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusic

Heavy comes in many different forms and shapes! Perth’s Drowning Horse are able to shape their kind of heavy into a storm of emotion that not only crushes you, but also rebuilds your humanity at the same time. They recently filmed a moving 20-minute set inside of the Perth Music Hall that

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Black MetalDoomFeaturedMusicReviewsSludge

Mizmor stands for “psalm” in Hebrew, and what a fitting choice for a name that is, as the ritualistic element takes over completely from the very start of their new album, Yodh. The one-man project of A.L.N., hailing from Portland, has produced an excellent series of releases, from splits with

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