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Verge is a black metal band that has been around since 2004 and their new album, The Process of Self-Becoming, is their third full-length album so far.  This release marks the first time I have heard of the band or heard their music. When utilizing fast tempos, they utilize a circa

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Partisan is post-punk in the vein of The Jam, The Wipers, and The Chameleons out of Belgium featuring ex-members of the bands Rise And Fall, Oathbreaker, and of course Maudlin. Unlike their self-titled debut EP that was released two years ago (which is a truly fucking sick blend of hardcore

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Black MetalDeath MetalReviews

Sacrocurse have released a new offering to the Ancient Ones, besides fans of the flourishing underground scene who love bestial black/death metal.  Sacrocurse have been steadily releasing material through various vaunted labels, starting out with a razor-sharp guitar attack set to blastbeats years ago, while since then refining the songwriting

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FeaturedHardcoreMusicReviews

As a species, we’ve had a good run. Now, by our own doing, it would appear as though the combination of mother nature and the rapid nuclear proliferation by unstable states is more or less going to be our demise. Which is fine, I guess. It’s not like we really

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Musical dryspells are always a strange and trying time. You find yourself trying to be open to that new (insert shitty contemporary festival band), but nothing does the trick. Inevitably, you just end up listening to your favorite bands’ first release that is now 30+ years old as you solemnly

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The highly anticipated full length LP from Sydney-based Death Bells, Standing At The Edge of the World, is out now from Funeral Party Records! Death Bells released a 6-song EP in April 2016, none of which are repeated on this incredible 10-song release. The album, which was completed last May,

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