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Fade Kainer’s fingerprints are found in some of the most interesting experimental extreme music of the past few years. This is not just through the mighty Batillus, whose 2013 album Concrete Sustain was one of the best specimens of industrial doom has offered in recent memory. His presence in Theologian‘s

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Avant GardeFeaturedHip-HopMusicNoisePsychReviewsshoegaze

Katuktu Collective (formerly Land Animal Tapes) is a rad tape label from California bringing you sweet and elegant tapes by highly valuable underground artists. The whole package of physical format and music this label brings you is a real treat, something for the real nerds out there with an eye for

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FeaturedMusicNoise RockRaw PunkReviews

The rise of right-wing neo-fascist governments has made it quite difficult to see the positive side of things lately. However, if there’s one aspect of life that comes in clutch when fascist pigs have you feeling down, it’s music. I’m not ashamed to admit I’ve been overindulging in old Aus

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Black MetalDeath RockFeaturedPost-PunkReviews

Byyrth is an unknown entity comprised of black metal/post-punk psychosavants that only want to bring about the demise of mainstream music and all its absurdity. Byyrth ring notes out in classic icy, black metal tribute and send the rhythm guitar scurrying through breakneck three-chord punk progressions that move the moshpit.

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FeaturesMusicReviews

Holy shit. When I heard this song, my eyes opened wide and I gripped my desk till the red came into my fingernails. This is a song you hear and as a songwriter you say, “I’m ripping that off. I don’t care.” The shrill scream of the vocals hits you

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Death RockFeaturesMusicPost RockPost-PunkReviewsTour Dates

Peering into someone’s heart and mind and glimpsing their deepest fears and worries, riding a flow of nihilism to a place where hope is a distant glimmer: GOLD‘s new album is a journey into a tormented personal world that looks out on reality with resigned, critical eyes. Optimist, produced by

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