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Cavernlight begun as the completely personal project of Scott Zuwadzhi and Adam Bartlett, with only the desire to create fine dark, atmospheric music and with no need to take the band live or record any music. Thankfully that mindset did not last, and nine years after their inception the band

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Text: Ali En / Photos: Ali En & Milton Stille It’s Saturday the 13th of May, and the Astoria is about to get torn a new one. Local quartet Heron cast the audience into a swampy miasma with a crushing start to a night of post, doom and sludge by

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An article about the asteroid “16 Psyche,” after which Chelsea Wolfe’s new single is named, includes the following information: “16 Psyche is located in the large asteroid belt between the planets Mars and Jupiter. Scientists believe that Psyche may have started as a planet before it was partially destroyed during

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Vancouver’s sludge demons BISON have a new album dropping next week on Pelagic Records, and we’re unleashing the full underworld audio horde on you today! You Are Not The Ocean You Are The Patient will crush your skull beneath its iron hooves and leave your splattered brains for rat food. Bang your head

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There is a surge of extreme bands today that incorporate noise elements in their song structures, attempting to push the boundaries of what is sonically tolerable. Experimental sludge duo The Body have produced such excellent specimens, as have grind dissidents Full of Hell. However, it is Endon from Tokyo that

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French sludge-core abusers FANGE delightfully return with Pourrissoir – a new and incredibly foul long player of brand new songs that has swiftly followed the release of their inhumanly wretched full-length from 2016, Purge. Not much has changed in the Fange world in a little under a year, and that’s a good thing. Pourrissoir showcases once again

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