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Straight up, we really fucking dig the band UNIFORM because they create the kind sonic riots that excite our braincells! Now it’s your chance to jump into their brains and witness the Industrial, Hardcore and other weird shit that causes sonic riots for UNIFORM. Have you heard their new record

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Musician, composer, artist and survivor are just a few words you can use to describe Kristin Hayter. Performing under the name Lingua Ignota, she creates a live show which has been unanimously described as an exorcism. Her mix of choral, black metal, industrial, classical and doom metal makes for an

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A lineup like this is a must-see. Local noise/experimental composer Jasper Den Hartigh. Doom/sludge/grunge masters Thou. Neo-classical industrial goddess Lingua Ignota. Prolific doom/noise duo The Body. In typical “summer in New Orleans” fashion, the hot and humid atmosphere perfectly echoed the sounds created in Gasa Gasa. Den Hartigh, formerly of

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Text and Photos: Charles Nickles So, remember how I was going to take a break from heavy after Texas? You know, kick the doom-wah-diddy for a minute and let my mind go soft and breezy with major chords and clean singing because three days of terror is too much for

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Sludge horde FANGE have put together a brutal, gut-wrenching mixtape for us to share with you today! One look at the track list below should be enough to show you what’s in store for your brain – a relentless onslaught of audio terror. Enjoy!     Download the FANGE Mixtape

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Absolutely no one makes music like The Body.
 With each release, the duo of Lee Buford and Chip 
King continue to defy the constraints of what it
means to be a “heavy” band, seamlessly combining
composition or production approaches from hip hop,
 pop, classical, as well as rock and electronica resulting 
in a rich

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