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sapce bong - deadwood to worms

When you run into a “stoner” metal band called Space Bong, you feel like you already know the entire plot without even opening the book, and that the same story is about to repeat itself again and again and again. So, how many endless legions of weed-worshiping doom metal bands

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destroy judas - forever like stars we shine
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Whenever an emerging doom band comes out with 30-minute single song albums, I run for my pillow and pajamas and take note in my “most pretentious and pompous emerging bands in the world” list. Damn, only people like Corrupted, Moss, Sunn O))) and few others can pull that shit off decently,

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Another Southwest Terror Fest has come and gone, leaving many bleeding eardrums in its wake!  To say the lineup was stacked with unreal bands would be an understatement. Now it’s time for our annual SWTF video essay featuring full sets captured by our comrade Frank Huang aka Pitfullofshit. I want give

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Southwest Terror Fest continued with a double whammy of shows that consumed a sizable portion of Tucson’s downtown. The first show, headlined by vegan powerviolence legends Dropdead, continued at 191 Toole. The night’s second show took place a block away at the infamous Club Congress, which featured a headlining set

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You know those bands that make you feel unclean after just one listen, and when the record is done you find yourself taking a must-needed shower? Black Tar Prophet should come with a warning label, because this band is pure sludge-ridden sonic vomit, and it is highly addictive! They have a new

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Photos: Josh Ford Every October, as the summer sun finally recedes into its own burning torment, the shadows in Tucson, Arizona come out to play for Southwest Terror Fest. 2015 marks the festival’s fourth iteration, with last year’s third volume containing titanic sets from the likes of Sunn O))), Neurosis

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