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In the midst of St. Patrick’s Day insanity in the French Quarter, there was a once-in-a-lifetime show featuring some of the very best bands making heavy, crushing music. The atmospheric, spacey sludge of New Orleans’ own Space Cadaver. The suffocating doom from Iowa’s Aseethe. Canada’s angry queer gloom cult, Vile

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Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light is a natural collaboration, not only because it is not the first time The Body and Full of Hell have worked together, but also due to the shared vision of these two extreme music pioneers. The aim of both bands is the expansion of extreme

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Text & Photos: Charles Nickles The Body with Shredded Nerve, Lingua Ignota & Muslin at St. Vitus Bar You know, you start these days thinking “Man, I don’t know where the fuck I’m gonna end up” and you want to like the freedom of that ambiguity but you don’t because it’s Sunday and

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Industrial Music is music that draws on transgressive or provocative sounds and themes, devised in the early 1970s by bands like throbbing gristle this was a new wave of new sounds that could be taken from anywhere, from the sound of a train crashing to a nuclear explosion, all sounds

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We all have events we look forward to. Birthdays, anniversaries and holidays are all temporal cushions that ease the annoyance of our day-by-day tedium. For those fortunate enough to not be tied to Christmas’s hypocritical thrall, Halloween usually is the holiday to enjoy. For the last five years, that weekend

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TEN – ZEAL and ARDOR Devil Is Fine This collection of genre-bending songs entitled Devil Is Fine was created by Zeal and Ardor hailing from NYC. To put this project into a box would be doing the creators of this music – and you – a great disservice. What I LOVE

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