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Welcome to the new year, fuckers. I hope you’re ready because I’m gonna start it off right with some true scum produced by members of No Form and others who I’m not sure of. This bad boy is absolutely slamming. Hell, it’s so good that it had me opening up

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Today we’re stoked to bring you the full album premiere of Legacies of Rust, the debut album by one-man Manchester UK-based death-noise aberration NATURAL ORTHODOXY. Through a cacophonous and plague-ridden deluge of swarming power electronics, mangled beats, and tortured vocals, N.O. has managed to harness incredible realms of sonic torture and

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The Bay Area’s BOTANIST are a Black Metal band that has never been afraid to take chances. They have always created music that was challenging and true to themselves. Check out this awesome footage of them performing in London, captured by our comrades Riff Underground.      

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The House of Hammer Magazine was a British horror comic magazine that published between 1976-1978 that started as a Hammer Films fan magazine but quickly morphed into its own horror comic series. Aeron Alfrey illustrated most of the amazing covers you see below, which feature classic characters like Van Helsing

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Is anyone else sick of glass-half-full people who insist on shoving the “it could be worse” logic down your throat every time you decide verbally state your displeasure? If you’re not, you fucking should be – people who think like that are the reason why we’re all paid peanuts at

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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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