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With Chivalry of Death as their card of presentation, Italy’s new masters of necrometal Boia definitely show that Italians do it better. Here their riffs roll out with menacing speed, the drums hammer up front and boom like carefully orchestrated explosions designed to flatten all fields and the bestial vocals of Krommak

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80s HardcoreInterviewsMusicNoiseRaw PunkReviews

Surrounded by the abandoned filth of neighboring dead industry, Studio 14 sits nestled squarely between the bustling and the forgotten. The legendary Baltimore practice spaces have harbored local notables both loathed and celebrated. It was here that I got the chance to pick the collective brain of 3/5 of Joe

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DoomFeaturedMusicReviews

A tale of death, suffering and pain, told by the ingenious and perverse mind of Dylan Desmond, that never fails to surprise. Bell Witch are back with Mirror Reaper (Profound Lore), a masterpiece that includes the debut on drums of Jesse Shreibman, successor to the late Adrian Guerra, who died

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Black MetalFeaturedMusicNoiseReviews

The history of Thantifaxath is cloaked in a veil of mystery, with the band sporadically presenting itself whenever it is time to release some new work or go into a live tour, as they recently did with death metal masters Cruciamentum. Little is known regarding the band itself, other than

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80s HardcoreBlack MetalCrustDoomEventsFeaturesHardcoreNoise RockReviewsTour Dates

Southern Lord hosted a special event in Amsterdam, home of their European office, as a celebration of the label’s diversity and ever-expanding roster. The label invited an array of bands to perform for one night only, across two stages. The line-up included Big | Brave, Circle, Magma, Okkultokrati, Sunn O))), Unsane,

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Avant GardeBlack MetalDoomFeaturedMusicPost RockPsychReviewsSludge

Are Brazilian sludge-doom heathens JUPITERIAN the Primitive Man of the southern hemisphere? May as well be – can’t really think of a band from down under that crushes your head more than this one (now that Meth Drinker is no more that is, RIP). After a staggering debut cassette on Caligari

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