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Hello. No. Not a good day. Not a good day at all. New Dispirit tape available means must listen. Listen means must have not listened. Day turns to night. Light into devouring darkness. Life rots away, soul disintegrates… Nightmares come to life. Listening to Dispirit’s music is like dying, like

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Some of my favorite releases so far this year have not come out on vinyl, but on cassette. I have certain tape labels that I know will never let me down, and one of them happens to be Caligari Records, who are set to put out another outstanding tape by Brazil’s

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To put the band DUMBSAINT into a box would be dumb, because at any moment their music can change shape sonically! What I love about this band is how open-minded they are and how they create from an honest place of passion. Their new album Panorama, in ten pieces comes out

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OK, I know I just posted a THOU full set, but here is another one at one my favorite rooms in the world, Abc No Rio. This is a must-see because you can actually feel the energy jump out of the screen. THOU opens with a Nirvana cover and destroys

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It is quite difficult to pinpoint Chelsea Wolfe’s music. Throughout her career, the sonic palette that she uses has been extraordinarily extensive. Examples of her unique perspective on music are evident in her numerous other works and collaborations, which span from destructive traditional black metal, with the sickening cover of “Spell of Destruction,”

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In 1819, Alexander Pearce, an Irish convict, was sentenced to serve seven years in Van Diemen’s Land (now known as Tasmania) for stealing six pairs of shoes. When he arrived in Van Diemen’s Land, he proved to be a nuisance. Records show multiple misdemeanors, including the embezzling of two turkeys

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All awesome things must come to an end…case in point, Germany’s PLANKS called it quits last year. Now they are set to release their final album, Perished Bodies, on Sept. 11th via Golden Antenna Records. I’m not going to give it all away, but I will say that this record

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Bands that work within a concept for an album or song walk a fine line. In whatever genre that the project caters to, they always have to keep the source material at hand and be true to it. For the sake of brevity, I’m going to refrain from rattling off

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