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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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I find it funny that, in my experience, when most people hear the term “post-punk,” they jump to thinking about the popular (i.e. radio friendly) work of Joy Division, The Sisters Of Mercy, and other bands who tend to be seen as “softer;” when in reality, quite a good deal

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Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Usnea appeared in the extreme doom/death scene fairly recently, releasing their self-titled debut album back in 2013. It did not take long for them to be noticed by Relapse, which put out their sophomore record Random Cosmic Violence the following year. Even though their second album

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The Philadelphia based band Hex Inverter might be relatively new to the scene, having released just their self-titled debut album before Revision, but its members have been around for a while. Comprised of Christian McKenna and Mick Mullin of experimental, post-rock outfit Empty Flowers and Randy Larsen of Cable and Slow Death

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A melodic black metal band with a promising career trajectory, Sheidim infamously released their debut album entitled Shrines of the Void courtesy of vaunted underground label Dark Descent Records.  The album was only the beginning, but was a major step for a band that had only released one EP prior

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Maybe it’s just me, but it feels as if the metalcore spirit of decades past is gleefully haunting us once again. I’m sure some of you may read the term “metalcore” and consider it a genre slur of sorts, especially in relation to its early-mid aughts strains. If you do,

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