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TEN – TRUE LOVE // WHITEWURM Unholy fuck, I love my job, because on a daily basis I get to hear some of the best music that the underground has to offer!!! Case in point is the new True Love/Whitewurm split that is coming out on Les Fleurs du Mal in the next

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The last date of The Friendship Tour was a holy event. Quite literally, Cloud Rat, Moloch, False and Thou played beneath the stained glass of the New Orleans First Unitarian Church. Cloud Rat’s vocalist Madison said she wouldn’t want to tour with anyone else – “except maybe Kate Bush.” Inside jokes

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DIS motherfucking ROTTED is the shit! We have been championing this band from the very first time we heard them! They are perfect balance between Punk and Doom. Their songs slowly unravel into these monolithic storms of PURE UNCUT HEAVINESS. Also, I love how fucking prolific they are this year

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Text and Photos: Teddie Taylor Louisiana doom sludge. Michigan grindcore. Washington ambient black metal. There’s a bit of everything for everyone. THOU “Play some better songs!” someone joked when Bryan Funck asked why the crowd wasn’t as intense as the one present for Thou’s 500th show two nights before. (It

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“Colorado Springs is known for its evangelical Christian wackos, military, and more.” So starts the description of the upcoming 71 Grind Fest, a massive two-day event featuring a ton of bands that are sure to piss the aforementioned people off! Taking place at DIY space The Flux Capacitor during the day

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Cloud Rat have a middle finger, locked and loaded, aimed intently at anything within American society that displeases them, which seems to be just about everything. Granted, this world-weariness is handled with care in the form of abrasive passion throughout Qliphoth’s seventeen tracks. Their third full length album, following 2010’s

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