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HardcoreRaw PunkReviews

Last year, G.L.O.S.S. (Girls Living Outside Society’s Shit) broke the glass ceiling over hardcore with their vicious, spare-no-feelings demo. Here they offer a new virulent rush of their progressive hardcore, this time rather than saber-rattling they mean to tear society’s foundations from ground up. If their demo was the declaration,

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Blackened CrustCrustDis-beatHardcorePost-PunkReviews

Fans of Unkind, Tragedy, From Ashes Rise, Link, Morne, Fall of Efrafa, Madame Germaine etc. – REJOICE! Your new heroes might have just materialized. MYTERI from Gothenburg, Sweden, play epic, soaring and heavy as fuck crust punk that will make you wanna raise your fist to the sky, get into your riot gear and start a

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FeaturedMusicRaw PunkReviews

If you’re like me, then you’re sick of seeing posts from Facebook friends that are not only racist, sexist, pro-cop, or pro-capitalist, they also lack any credible research behind their convictions. It’s a shame that years of alleged progress are only masked by symbolic legislation. I get it, you came here to

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Black MetalFeaturedMusicReviewsThrash

A few days back, CVLT Nation premiered a full stream of HIDEOUS OBSCURE, the brand new record from Canadian evil metal stalwarts OCCULT BURIAL! This album is a cold and primitive, yet lively and vital, record; a traditional yet relevant metal masterpiece, and one that will make you want to drunkenly

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FeaturedMusicNoiseNoise RockPost-PunkPsychReviews

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Bone started off their career by releasing the Face Prison mini-album. With this first attempt, they displayed great signs of an off-kilter attitude, with a strong punk and post-punk feeling merging with an alternative rock tone influenced by noise, and with a certain complexity in their song

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CrustFeaturedFeaturesMusicReviewsSludgeStreaming

HEADS UP people, Boston-based sludge-doom heathens FÓRN have just released a new track on their Bandcamp page, the misery-bringing doom behemoth that is “Ambitions Toward Nothingness,“ and it is now available to stream below in all it’s pachydermic magnificence, and download for $1. There wouldn’t normally be much to debate about such an initiative if

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