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It can be hard to define funeral doom metal when one of its distinct qualities is the shear feeling that it pulls forth. It could be said that while depressive black metal is an ode to profound suffering, funeral doom is an ode to the profound emptiness that follows. While

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Earlier this year, Dawn Ray’d released the critically acclaimed The Unlawful Assembly on Prosthetic Records and since then they’ve taken their incredible live show on the road and been making quite the name for themselves in the process. In a time that is seeing a distressing rise of right wing

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On the cusp of releasing Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, 2018 finds Deafheaven continuing to advance and develop their aesthetic. In doing so, they’ve strayed from the template laid out on their landmark 2013 record Sunbather, though they’ve managed to re-visit some of their summery shimmer on latest single “Honeycomb” –

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Metalsucks.net has recently gotten some criticism for publishing an article regarding the 2009 guilty plea of Inquisition front man Jason “Dagon” Weirbach on child pornography-related charges.  This resulted in the band being dropped from their record label, the Satyricon tour, Marlyland Deathfest, and losing fans/facing backlash. I reached out to

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Wiegedood return with their third album, De Doden Hebben Het Goed III.  This album serves as part 3 to their album series dedicated to the loss of their good friend, Florent Pevée (from the band, Kabul Golf Club). Wiegedood are a black metal trio from Belgium, consisting of members from both Oathbreaker

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I knew it. No one ever talks about 90s Portuguese metal, but when someone does, it’s not enough. It’s true I didn’t cover all the bands, because the first piece I wrote was about stuff that played day in and day out on my turntable. There were other bands that

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