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I’m going to attempt to be as dispassionate as possible here, but Gatecreeper deserve all the hails and horns that can be collectively mustered. I first encountered this Arizonan quintet two years ago on Halloween for the release of their gut-churning self-titled EP. Stuffed onto the tiny stage of The

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Formed from the choking embers of the mighty Clinging to the Trees of a Forest Fire comes the equally disgusting Vermin Womb – a three piece grinding death machine hailing from Denver, Colorado. While sharing similar traits in style and approach, Vermin Womb violently surpasses it’s predecessor with unforgiving bedlam on their

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Dead Wretch is also Void Ritual’s multi-instrumentalist and black metal one man wunderkind, Dan Jackson. On Dead Wretch, he whips up an EP’s worth of sublime punk/black metal entitled Fuck It. This is easily one of Dan’s best releases. It has frenetic energy, songwriting nuance and lyrics that are relevant

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The Italian extreme music scene has been boiling over with immense talent lately, and since I always keep a close eye on what’s been going on in my homeland’s underground (of which I used to be a proud part of), it didn’t take long before some seriously amazing shit came drifting my

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Do you like EBM? Do you like the finest hour of EBM? Look no further. You have just been united with a fucking MASTERPIECE EBM record, one that will be hard to top. Brooklyn’s Statiqbloom is the dark hallucinogenic brainchild of Fade Kainer, who is also the mastermind behind such bands/projects as Batillus,

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It’s hard to describe how good it feels to come across some really, really good death metal that breaks apart the monotonous drivel that has polluted the genre over the last decade or so. We’ve seen artists and sub-genres come and go, full of imitators and tourists that hop on

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