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Krieg have been around in some form or another for nigh on twenty years now, and their outrageously prolific career has seen their take on black metal evolve and shift from album to album (and EP and split and demo) so it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise

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All right, our homies at Total Rust have done it again with their most recent release by Italian sludge lords Ooze. Damn every tune on this self-titled record is just downright fucking dirty, and it all reeks of a sleazy, drugged-out, bluesy vibe! The feedback that Ooze creates is the

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CrustMusicReviews

In the mood for some loud, obnoxiously clamorous crust punk that sports a middle finger so large it casts a shadow over half of South America? Timekiller, take a bow. The combination of raw, hardcore punk and speed metal rock’n’roll is deliciously palpable, as the Brazilians tear through this EP

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Death MetalReviews

Warmaster is a band from Houston, TX, and their latest four-track album, Blood Dawn, continues their trend of quality releases. The cover art might lure some metal fans to think of J.R.R Tolkien, but there are no flutes, fiddles or elf music to be found here.  It’s old-school death metal,

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NADJA are fresh from releasing their brand new masterpiece full-length album Queller earlier last month, but that doesn’t seem to be enough for the prolific Canadian shoegaze-doom duo, and now the band brings us another unbearable barrage of shimmering destruction in the form of Tangled, or what they call “our

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Black MetalMusicReviews

French project Paramnesia may not be a name on the lips of every black metal fan just yet, but their sound is one that is much loved the world over and their full length debut is sure to push them into the minds of fans of the Cascadian sound championed

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