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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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80s HardcoreCrustDeath RockDis-beatFeaturedHardcoreMusicNoise RockRaw PunkReviews

HAARM were a fucking beast to behold. This deviated punk band from the LA underground was a fucking threat. Their abrasive, hateful, primitive and fucking vile hardcore punk was hard to forget for anyone who stumbled upon it, as it left wounds and unshakeable trauma deep within. I saw them

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DoomFeaturedMusicPsychReviewsSludge

It is an interesting time for Electric Wizard, considering the different perspectives the band has presented in their past four full-length records. On one hand, they appear to be moving towards a more direct, rock-influenced mentality, highlighted with their efforts in Witchcult Today and Black Masses, while on the other

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