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The state of punk music these days is an interesting situation. On the one hand, you have bands with members old enough to be your grandpa singing about Margret Thatcher that headline Punk Rock Bowling every year. On the other hand, however, you have an amazing bag of bands to

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I had quite the unexpected reaction to Dead River Runs Dry and their Hierophants of the Storm full-length, as the taglines profess to the album’s mix of thrash, black metal, death metal and old-school heavy metal. Not that I’d expected a particular sound from the band, as it’s the first time

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At the end of 2014, Justin Jackson released a four years in the making documentary about the post-metal band Rosetta and their history entitled Audio/Visual. The score of this flick was also made by Rosetta themselves, and became available on their bandcamp earlier this year. I wanted to learn a

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With horror gaining more ground on television than in the theaters, I was really looking forward to this movie. The first Human Centipede movie rose to infamy due to its concept alone – it’s actually surprisingly tasteful and classy, considering the subject. It took the classic mad scientist to a

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Photographer: Andrea Petrovicova Based in: Prague   moments before and after pressing shutter shapes of faces, trees, horses, bodies, fears so often I don’t know how to describe the beauty just don’t know and only moments remained

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What could you expect from a split from Dry Cough Records and Raw Birth Records? Well, anyone familiar with these two labels should know that they are worshipers of absolute filth like noothers. Their releases aren’t really focused on any hip or genre-defying pseudo-metal releases. Rather, these two labels choose to focus

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Fans of Steve Von Till, guitarist and vocalist in Bay Area post metal titans Neurosis, have been clamouring for more of his idiosyncratic brand of folk music for several years. After a seven year wait, Von Till has just released his fourth solo record, entitled A Life Unto Itself. Seven

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Jdi a Dívej Se (“Idi i Smotri”, or “Come and See”) is a breath-taking Russian movie from 1985, and now also a compilation presenting seven Czech black metal bands deeply rooted in their local hardcore/punk scene, and released digitally by Coffee Breath Records. Each band provided previously unreleased material recorded exclusively

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