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Börn are from Reykjavik, Iceland, and they’ve just released a new 4-song EP on the eve of their first US tour (Tour dates and a stream of their new self-titled EP are below). The band channels the dark and desperate spirit of past fellow Scandinavian postpunkers in Kitchen and the

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Anyone familiar with Italy’s punk and hardcore scene should know that back in the 70’s and 80’s the country had some of the most incredible, visionary and forward-thinking punk and hardcore bands to ever stride the earth. The fierce war and constant, extremely tense, triangulation between fascists, communists and christians all seeking

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Don’t even bother looking for a Facebook page, Bandcamp or whatever it is you normally look up bands through, because all CHRCH have given us to follow them is their blog. However, what you MUST get into is what solely speaks for this band, and that is their music. As you

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Most peeps don’t greet the early morning with some of this music. By this, I mean Hurricane Death’s first demo. Grindcore, hardcore, punk and death metal in a cage match, this demo sends the walls echoing with reverb at the end of each song. The hardcore stomp is heavy as

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Holy space aliens from Mars! This shit is the perfect soundtrack music for alien cowboys violating Mother Earth. For a change, Marvin the Martian stuck his peter into the Abominable Snowman. Ooh, this shit stinks. For obvious reasons. Slow? Mostly. Ambient. Yea, that too. The chanting on the album opener

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Some bands just know how to create a chaotic sound effortlessly, and Boston’s Symptom is no exception. Symptom’s seven song album is pure riot fuel that even features a Gauze cover as the last track.  Now, I can sit here and list off all the great bands this album reminds

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