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Space alien motif, you say?  I don’t mind having it with my death metal.  As long as Cosmic Void Ritual is cranking it out.  After all, their compilation, The Excreted Remains of the Sabatier System cassette released by Blood Harvest Records, is one of my favorite cassette releases of the

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Avant GardeDoomFeaturedMusic

Doom is a genre that at times can be hard to make sound original. One band that has no problem creating doom in their own sonic likeness is Brazil’s JUPITERIAN, because they know how to weave cryptic melodies into heavy structures of SOUND. I’m also amazed at how much emotion that

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FeaturedHardcoreThrash

HEAVY FUCKING METAL at it’s finest is all you are going to get with the soon to be released EP from NIGHTFEAR entitled Cryptasm. From the word go, this band is on a hellbound mission to show you just how fucking hard they can rock! What I love about their

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80s HardcoreFeaturedFeaturesFilmFull SetsInterviewsMusic

In the early 1980s, CBGB’s became the undisputed birthplace and home of East Coast hardcore. The owner of the club, Hilly Kristal, did a lot for underground music in general – but what really established the hardcore scene were the classic CBGB hardcore matinees. The late night shows were sometimes

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Avant GardeDoomIndustrialLabel SpotlightNeo FolkNoisePost RockReviewsStreaming

Faith Colaccia and Aaron Turner’s SIGE RECORDS is an underground force constantly releasing great obscure and experimental ambient, drone and beyond. While their output is constant and hard to keep up with, it is always of staggering quality, so here is a much needed “rundown” of what the label’s been

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Apocalyptic BluesArtDoomFeaturesLive RitualsMusicNeo FolkPhotography

Photographer: Teddie Taylor Site: teddietaylor.com Based in: NOLA ONE Chelsea Wolfe + band in Atlanta, GA     I had conveniently run into Chelsea and Ben in the French Quarter in New Orleans in 2015 and ended up shooting my very first attempt at a “band portrait” after the show that night. It

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