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via Flashbak Did you ever visit London’s Batcave club? Opened in Soho in July 1982, the Batcave featured the likes of Bauhaus, The Meteors, Sex Gang Children, Virgin Prunes, Patti Palladin, Meat of Youth, Southern Death Cult, and Alien Sex Fiend. As one journalist puts it, Batcave was about individualism. It “defined

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Sometimes after just getting fired from your job as a fourth grade teacher, you have to sit back, relax, and seek out the nastiest motherfucking death metal/power violence/grind band you can find while you plan your revenge. Maybe that was too personal; whatever, deal with it. Also, in case anyone

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Can you feel it? There’s a seismic rumbling beneath the Atlantic… Higher Power from Leeds in the UK. Set to drop their debut LP Soul Structure on May 19th via Flatspot Records, this mosh crew’s fresh take on HxC is sure to please fans of all walks. Though I never dare say “clean,” the

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Manchester-based black metal menace COLD FELL are getting ready to unleash their debut album via the always quality label Argento Records, and we are highly anticipating the March release of Irwell, a bleak and terrifying vision of the dark, hostile landscapes that make up the north of England – landscapes both

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It’s been over two years since London hardcore band The Lowest Form hit us with their last LP, Negative Ecstasy. Now from the same record label that brings us Dreamdecay, Private Room, and Latishia’s Skull Drawing releases comes the Personal Space LP! This dropped about a month ago on November 4th. With

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Kaspar Hauser is a Glasgow-based trio (Josh Longton, Anne Kastner, and Andy Brown) on the darker side of post-punk. Think a few shades darker: deathrock, no question! I’m honestly surprised these guys are just now hitting my radar. Their self-titled EP, which was released on Soft Power Records back in May,

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