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We all know that world is a crazy place right now, and that it has been for some time. Out of this pressure and tension, people are coming together to take a stand against oppression and they are using music as a weapon for change, a fact that we are

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Hailing from the sweltering heat of Portugal, Summon unleash their nightmarish debut L.P, Parazv Il Zilittv, on 30th April via Iron Bonehead.  The death-doom trio started their hellish journey into the abyss back in 2016.  Their Aesthetics of Demise E.P came out last summer, also on Iron Bonehead.  Summon’s ‘Sepulchral death metal’ has a character

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Pinched via DAZED DIGITAL In Thai folklore, there is a ghost called Krahang. He is a teenage boy who only flies at night. His spirit is young and wild, hedonistic yet liberated, as he flies above the weight of the social and political world below. It’s fitting then that this ghost is used to

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Disturbing, Twisted, Perverse and Beautiful are just some of the thoughts that come to my mind as I watch the new PRIMITIVE MAN video for the song “Sugar Hole.” This visual was directed by Marcos Morales and Neil Barrett in conjunction with Novelconcept.TV, and it is disgusting eye candy that

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Gloom Sleeper inject a healthy dose of pop sensibility into their brand of Post Punk and I am not mad at them. Their music is urgent and full of soaring parts that make me feel good with each listen. This band reminds me of my favorites parts of R.E.M. before they

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The Oration Festival stands for the rise of the Icelandic black metal scene, which has made a name for itself in recent years. For the third and last time the special event took place in Iceland’s capital Reykjavik. In two locations, Oration Records and Studio Emissary presented 19 bands on

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