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Black MetalFeaturedMusicReviews

Where once black metal only slunk around in the underground as a filthy beast, in the past decade it has become the darling of extreme metal. Countless bands forging new territory into the mists of the unholy have seen success and created many daring masterpieces, some blending black metal’s traditional

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DoomFeaturedMusicNeo FolkPsychReviews

It is quite difficult to pinpoint Chelsea Wolfe’s music. Throughout her career, the sonic palette that she uses has been extraordinarily extensive. Examples of her unique perspective on music are evident in her numerous other works and collaborations, which span from destructive traditional black metal, with the sickening cover of “Spell of Destruction,”

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DoomFeaturedMusicReviewsSludge

Bands that work within a concept for an album or song walk a fine line. In whatever genre that the project caters to, they always have to keep the source material at hand and be true to it. For the sake of brevity, I’m going to refrain from rattling off

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DoomFeaturedReviews

Seoul, South Korea’s Gonguri mix it up with fellow doom bastards Sithter for a split CD that will annihilate the uninitiated. Gonguri sounds similar to death/doom stalwarts Coffins. Sithter brings noise and punk with their brand of doom, and both bands destroy without impunity on this release. Gonguri brings a

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80s HardcoreFeaturedHistoryMusicReviews

All Skrewed Up has endured. Skrewdriver, the reviled oi of RAC ilk, are no more. The inventor and sole member, Ian Stuart Donaldson, died in a car crash in 1993. Ideally, you won’t find White Rider in a friend’s record collection, but you may find All Skrewed Up. I’ve always

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DoomFeaturedMusicReviewsSludge

The voyage into oblivion continues, inexroably shrouded in a mist of torment. Funerary‘s journey into their own personal wasteland of aural misery continues, dragging everything with them. Today the Arizona doom devastators present us with their newest craft, sewn up in a heathen symbiosis with the fat, slimy and suffocating tentacles of

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