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It really seems like Finland is the place today where some really interesting alchemical operations take place. The extreme metal scene of this country has a strong psychedelic influence in its core, resulting in a plethora of bands that tend towards the experimental side of the extreme metal spectrum. Oranssi

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Katechon, boys and ghouls, is not for the virgin metal fan. Like gasoline funneling into a combustion chamber, their latest Nuclear War Now Productions release, Coronation, is a raging inferno of a record. Like black metal with hoarse rasps, guttural growls, mosh-worthy blastfests, melodic mid-tempo chord transitions, lead guitar, and

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The Star Wars trilogy, while thrilling, does lack a certain artistic creepiness – but I didn’t realize this until I watched “David Lynch’s Return of the Jedi” put together by C-SPIT. Back story – apparently, George Lucas did indeed approach Lynch about directing the last installment of Star Wars, but

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The Marquis de Sade – this Libertine inspired the word “sadism.” His gritty erotica might still be considered by some to be going steps over the line in 2015, but it was seen as blasphemous in the late 1700s, and it earned him a tour of the French Prison system

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“Life is full of bullshit and unfortunate events that happen every second of every day all over the world, but the real aim of these types of reflections is to relay the idea that things can always be better. “

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SUFFERING MIND and LIFES have a new split out that’s all killer and no filler! Today we’re excited to bring you a full stream of this co-release from Halo of Flies and Here and Now! Halo of Flies has US pre-orders available here and EU pre-orders go to Here and

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I’m really not sure what graveyard Caligari Records have been hanging out in. But next time they throw a party, remind them to invite me. Because if Taphos Nomos is the type of company they keep and seek out, well then shit, I’m all on board for whatever ghoulish endeavors they’ve

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When it comes to illustration, it doesn’t get much more fucking metal than Mark Riddick. His Compendium of Death book is one of my favorites to sit down with and flip through (often with my 4-year-old, who loves it…some may judge me…), marveling at the grotesque and diseased visions that

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