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Rob “The Baron” Miller from Amebix, Away from Voivod, Jon Misery of the crust band Misery and Andy Lefton from War/Plague are TAU CROSS. This stunning lineup has put together the kind of album you would hope for from such experienced and prolific musicians, and we’re honored to be streaming their self-titled debut

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We are so excited to release our seventh comp today, a re-envisioning of a genre-defining classic album, AMEBIX’s Arise!. Plagues, Abstracter, Druglust, Coltsblood, American, Agrimonia, Okus and Larvae have all done their crushing takes on songs that live in the punk and metal hall of fame! We couldn’t be happier

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Rule of Thirds‘ self-titled debut LP will be released in a few weeks on Mass Media in the US, on keyboardist Lewis Ratboy’s No Patience label in their native Australia, and in Europe on Desire Records (What a trifecta of great labels, by the way). The Adelaide gothy postpunk band’s

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Dekoder - Flowers to Clossom
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Dekoder’s second 12″ is a 6-song mid-tempo combo of old school gothic rock, anarcho-punk and plain old ’77 style punk, influenced by the more thoughtful side of the punk musical spectrum (more on the Penetration side of things than, say, the Blatz side of things). As with a lot of

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Boston’s Stranger are sick. And hard to categorize. Their Bandcamp page lists “deathrock” and “goth punk” as the two genre tags for the band, but the overall sound of the band to me often has a straightforward, mid-tempo dark crust feel. (You can decide for yourself by streaming or downloading

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Arise…Amebix has officially called it quits for the final time. From the time that this group came together in 1978, they have been doing things own their own terms. On a personal level, ever since 1981 I have been a huge fan of theirs. I never got to see them

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