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First and foremost, this album is sonic experimentation at it’s finest. For those unfamiliar with this London based project, Ghold create a deep, rich sound composed of only bass guitar and drums. Perhaps the best way to describe this bands sound is the mongoloid bastard-child of of 5ive and Lighting

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I had quite the unexpected reaction to Dead River Runs Dry and their Hierophants of the Storm full-length, as the taglines profess to the album’s mix of thrash, black metal, death metal and old-school heavy metal. Not that I’d expected a particular sound from the band, as it’s the first time

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What could you expect from a split from Dry Cough Records and Raw Birth Records? Well, anyone familiar with these two labels should know that they are worshipers of absolute filth like noothers. Their releases aren’t really focused on any hip or genre-defying pseudo-metal releases. Rather, these two labels choose to focus

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From the bowels of Brooklyn’s heavily irritated, scabbed and crust-filled asshole emerges Skullshitter. A three piece grind-death hybrid who have clawed their way up from their dank, subterranean lair out into our world.  Entitled Transmission: Command, this fourteen track, quart of tequila-fueled voyage of hatred isn’t for your passive, part-time

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Santa Cruz’s FOLIVORE have been a fixture in Northern California’s extreme underground for the last five years at least. The band has been a focal point of Santa Cruz’s local metal scene, and the band has wreaked havoc all over the North West, having hit the road with the likes of

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The Howling Wind band/project is made up of Ryan Lipynsky and Tim Call, both whom are very seasoned musicians, Ryan with Unearthly Trance, Serpentine Path and Humanless and Tim with Aldebaran and Mournful Congregation. ‘Vortex‘ is their fourth album and the first away from Profound Lore Records. Here they are

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