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Blackened CrustCrustFeaturedMusicPost-Punk

The first three tracks of Tau Cross’s new 2 x LP Pillar of Fire are straight up post-crust type ragers in the vein of Zygote, heavy with crunchy guitars and helmed by singer Rob “The Baron” Miller’s raspy, Lemmy-esque vocals. The first track on Pillar of Fire, “Raising Golem,” has

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Apocalyptic BluesFeaturedMusicPost-Punk

On July 17th, a very special LP comes out in the form of TAU CROSS’ new record entitled Pillar Of Fire via Relapse Records. With this record they expand on their apocalyptic sound to create vast anthems that get into your soul with each listen. What I dig so much about

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80s HardcoreFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusicThrash

Suicidal Tendencies Growing up in Venice in the 80’s and embracing hardcore meant you most likely were down with Suicidal Tendencies. The extended family of this band was called The Suicidal Boyz – some people called us a gang, but I saw it more as a family. Ground zero for all of

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CrustDoomFeaturedFeaturesMusicStreamingThrash

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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CrustCVLT Nation SessionsFeaturedFeaturesMusic

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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