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It’s been three years since we heard the ancient maw of KILLING JOKE open up to unload another guttural roar, but at long last, here it is. Killing Joke’s Pylon is all over the map, pulling from almost every genre the band has explored over their past 15 albums and 37

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Avant GardeDoomFeaturedMusicReviews

The constant presence of Sunn O))) makes it very difficult to comprehend that it has actually been six years since the band released their previous full-length, Monoliths & Dimensions. The main reason for this, of course, is their continuous collaborations with great acts such as Ulver, Nurse With Wound and

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Avant GardeDoomFeaturedMusicReviews

Wrekmeister Harmonies is an avant-doom/drone project grounded and headed by the venerable mastermind composer J.R. Robinson, who creates abysmal soundscapes of pain and disillusionment, and then contracts a bevy of masterful contributors to help him make said visions a reality. In the past, his grandiose works have seen collaborations with the likes

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DoomFeaturedMusicReviewsSludge

Brume were brought into existence when guitarist Jamie McCathie left the UK to join Sussie McMullan (bass/vocals), with the goal being the creation of heavy doom music. That event took place in the beginning of 2014, and it really seems like this band is working fast. Since then, they were

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Death MetalDoomFeaturedMusicReviewsSludge

Recitation’s debut LP, Carrion, is quite possibly the heaviest album of 2015. Since releasing a self-titled EP last year, the Danish trio has taken a more nihilistic turn, progressing from psychedelic doom into hopeless sludge. Consisting of one 27-minute song, Carrion is damn close to perfect. The track begins with

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Death MetalFeaturedMusicReviews

Pulverised Records offers another Swedeath throwback effort, this time Under the Church’s suitably titled, Rabid Armageddon. Rabid, it does seem. The album is a rocking romper stomper, full of punk-influenced riffs that gallop at thrash pace. Rabid Armageddon is yet another quality outing by Under The Church. Spawned out of

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