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Demented, Twisted, Foul, Perverted, Lustful, Insane and Heavy are some of the words that come to my mind as I watch the new visual for Primitive Man’s song “Victim.” Their new LP Caustic drops on Oct. 6th via Relapse Records. I will tell you this: it’s one of the gnarliest

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Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light is a natural collaboration, not only because it is not the first time The Body and Full of Hell have worked together, but also due to the shared vision of these two extreme music pioneers. The aim of both bands is the expansion of extreme

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Power violence is a genre that just doesn’t get enough credit. To the uncultured and tasteless ears, it is simply “noise” played by people who “can’t play real music like the Grateful Dead can, man.” However, to those of us who’d rather not listen to a bunch of overindulgent acid

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It’s been a while since the last SFTG chapter, so here we go with VOL. XXII, AKA “Descent,” cause you really have to embrace the pits to uncover these underground gems whose obscurity is a crime, so here’s to shining some light on them…. One – FOSA – Demo Chile’s Fosa‘s

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I feel like the walls are closing in on me, I feel like my whole world has slowed down to the pace of slow death, I feel like the monolithic riffs of PRIMITIVE MAN are choking the life out of me! Their soon to be released album Caustic is sonic

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Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran   The final day started with a frantic run-around after misreading the schedule, which inevitably resulted in my missing mainstage openers Windhand, much to my chagrin.  I did manage to catch Zeal & Ardor, however.  A six-piece band who justified their considerable buzz with a

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