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For the past two years, the VRASUBATLAT collective has been releasing some of the most vile and on point music coming out of the NW underground. What I respect about this crew so much is that they are driven to create music that comes from a place of pure torment! They have joined

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TWELVE – ULTHA Converging Sins Relatively new to the black metal scene, Ultha do not rest. Starting off with their demo in 2015, they soon unleashed their debut full-length in Pain Cleanses Every Doubt the same year, and followed that with their participation in a split Bathory cover, alongside Morast,

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Skáphe’s demo in 2014 proved to be a tantalizing sneak peek into what this band has morphed into – a monster. Consequently, their debut full-length album, Skáphe², is every bit of a monster record we all anticipated it would end up being. Put this on the short-list of best metal

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Our anniversary week wouldn’t be complete without another installment of our scathing, raging, masochistic Blackened Everything mixtape, so here’s Vol. XI. We’ve put together the most vile sounds of brutality that we are listening to right now, so if you need an outlet for your malcontent, look no further than

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SIX: VOLAHN – Aq’Ab’Al Far flung from the grim and frostbitten kingdoms of Scandinavia, California’s sun-kissed landscapes offer an entirely different breath of inspiration, and this in turn forms a part of what makes Volahn’s music so strikingly superlative. As excruciating as it is to listen to something that sounds

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Words can be powerful things. The word used here to describe Skáphe’s music is ‘asphyxiating’, and they use it before I even get the chance to, predominantly because an invisible entity suddenly lunges at my throat and claws incessantly, preventing the flow of air through some unknown means. Is it

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