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Kyle Thomas, like many of us, has had his share of dramatic and life altering events. Surviving hurricane Katrina and witnessing firsthand the devastation on New Orleans, a city that had helped define him as an artist. There were a few other bumps in the road as well, but like

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On March 30th, Everlasting Spew Records from Italy will release Scars Across, the debut album from Finnish death-doom behemoth CONVOCATION – a brand new and debuting band formed by Marko Neuman of Dark Buddha Rising and by Lauri Laaksonen of Desolate Shrine. What to say? An utter beast! As such today

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This is a band that we’re very excited to hear more from this year – Lexington, KY’s NEST is getting ready to release their new full length Metempsychosis on March 2nd via Sludgelord Records. Nest create a cacophony of terrifying and psychedelic sounds that will pull you into their bleak universe. It’s a

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Vancouver’s EMPRESS are a recently formed stoner/sludge trio who are getting ready to release their first LP on February 12th – the heavy, fuzzy and unrelenting Reminiscence. Hit play on this release and you won’t be able to stop your head from banging and your ears from buzzing as their

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Hailing from the always intriguing and ever-changing pool of dark sonic exploration that one can always find thriving and growing in Portland, OR, LOWERED are a dismally dark and bleak death-doom/blackened crust band who’s about to release their harrowingly dense and shapeshifting self-titled debut album through Spain’s Throne Records. With lyrics dealing

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Sometimes you feel like most of the hardcore releases in the last few years sound like cover albums, a period piece or just straight-up regurgitation of old motifs. Luckily, The Convictions are here to cleanse your palate and serve you up a fresh dose of hopelessness as the meat grinder

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