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Gloomy Swiss band Future Faces have just dropped my latest obsession, Revolt – their very first EP, and it’s blown me away. This is what I want to show people when they ask to hear what modern goth rock is. It’s what fans of gothic metal should be listening to

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Death MetalFeaturedMusicReviews

Simple but well-executed, Kriegzittern and Minenfeld take the basic death metal template well-known to fans of Hail of Bullets and make it their own. In fact, it would be presumptuous to assume that either band was inspired by Hail of Bullets. They are inspired by war themes, but they both

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MusicNeo FolkReviews

Greetings – we just wanted to inform you that today’s most entrancing folk ensemble – Sangre De Muerdago – have just released a brand new EP titled Os Segredos da Raposa Vermella which is once again packed with the band’s signature timeless and spectacular folk music inspired by the ancient Galician tradition, an

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DoomFeaturedFeaturesMusicPsychReviewsTour Dates

Beastmaker are a prime example of doom metal revival. They joined this revival slightly late, releasing their debut album in 2016, but came in with such force and energy that it is hard to ignore them. The band’s first record, Lusus Naturae, took everyone by surprise, with its raw energy

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DoomFeaturedMusicReviewsSludge

Brume introduced themselves to the doom metal realm through their 2015 EP, Donkey. In their 30 minute long work, the band from California displayed some very promising signs. Sure, the structures of their tracks were slightly repetitive and the balance could be better, but Donkey saw the band in an

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Avant GardeNoise RockPost-PunkReviews

Writing about the avant-garde means writing about limits and at the limits of meaning. It’s about confronting something that makes words tremble. It’s writing driven by an uneasiness that occurs when language confronts something unfamiliar. It’s writing that, for this very reason, typically results in abstraction, hyperbole and retreat. I’ll

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