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It has been over two decades since Orphx’s inception, and they have methodically kept at it. The experimental electronic duo started off in the early ’90s releasing cassette albums, and came into prominent fame with the rise of the rhythmic noise scene in Europe. Their existence has been an ongoing

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Black MetalFeaturedMusicNoisePost RockReviews

This absence was strongly felt. Ash Borer, one of the leading black metal bands of the US scene, were keeping extremely active since 2013, releasing a couple of excellent records in their self-titled debut and Cold of Ages, a split with kindred spirits Fell Voices, and the fantastic Bloodlands EP.

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Apocalyptic BluesAvant GardeFeaturedMusicReviews

Mixing genres is no easy work, and if the focus is weak, the process ultimately fails. There is a resulting disconnect that arises from a non-complete approach, even if the mix is between genres that are closely related. Barst point out that part of their goal is to be able to

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FeaturedMusicPost-PunkRaw PunkReviews

If Bleach Birth of Asheville, NC hasn’t pinged your radar yet, don’t feel bad. These guys are elusive as fuck; they don’t even have a Facebook presence. Here is what I can tell you: this album was fittingly recorded last October and released independently on Bandcamp on January 31st of this year.

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Apocalyptic BluesFeaturedHardcoreMusicNeo FolkPost-PunkPsychReviews

David Eugene Edwards, main man of Wovenhand, made quite an interesting turn with his previous full-length, Refractory Obdurate. Having signed at the time with Deathwish Inc., it felt fitting to produce a slightly heavier, more aggressive album. That is not to say that he left behind his musical roots, but

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Death MetalFeaturedMusicReviews

Thrashing, rocking, old-school death metal is always premium. Venefixion has returned with another EP – the always kinetic, never too slow, never boring Armorican Deathrites, care of Iron Bonehead Productions. Iron Bonehead fans know what to expect from the label: darn good metal! They may feature a left-curve band every so

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