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One of the most prolific post-metal acts, at least in the European side, Amenra helped shape the sound of sludge and doom combining with post-hardcore influences. It has now been 14 years since the band started out, releasing its Prayers and performing their Masses, establishing a work of great continuation.

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Do you feel like you’re getting spacey? Do you feel like you want to leave earth to escape all of the bullshit that is going on? WEIRD OWL’s new track “Invisibility Cloak” will help you take your mind off of things, that is for fucking sure. With each listen, my brain

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Consouling Sounds is consistently on the forefront of dark underground music, and their upcoming October 6th release from Italy’s LENTO entitled Fourth is no exception. This is an album of massive sounds and pummelling emotions, an instrumental doom album to rival all others. The listener needs to be prepared for

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I need to travel to another metal mindstate right now and I have the perfect soundtrack. DEADSMOKE’s new record Mountain Legacy is right on time for me to take my mind on a trip. You could call it Heavy Psych, but it also has major Doom overtones. We are stoked to

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Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light is a natural collaboration, not only because it is not the first time The Body and Full of Hell have worked together, but also due to the shared vision of these two extreme music pioneers. The aim of both bands is the expansion of extreme

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In light of their new LP “No New Violence”, Belgium synthy psychedelic post-punk band Public Psyche has quickly become a band I’m dying to experience in-person because their music feels like such a trippy, out-of-body adventure. Think Alice In Wonderland meets Robert Smith, at least for the first couple of

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