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It took seven years, but Unearthly Trance have returned with Stalking the Ghost, the catchiest, most direct album they’ve done since their 2006 Relapse Records debut, The Trident. That the band has managed to conjure up an album of this caliber after such a layoff should come as no surprise.

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Unearthly Trance drops their long-awaited new album, Stalking the Ghost, on February 24th via Relapse Records. I caught up with vocalist/guitarist Ryan Lypynsky through email to discuss the creation of the record, their breakup and reformation, and why Europe doesn’t have its head up its ass when it comes to

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Text and Photos: Charles Nickles Everything is weird and everything is fucked, and, by all accounts, we’re all gonna find ourselves in a hot fresh swill of willfully American existential hell soon (and for a few years, at least), and I don’t know what to do about it in any

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Unholy Fuck, 2017 is going to be a sick year for DOOM!!! One reason I’m saying this is because the new UNEARTHLY TRANCE LP entitled Stalking The Ghost is coming out on Relapse Records on February 24, 2017. Every minute of this album will drag your mind into fucked places. This band

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Text Luke Bolton // Photos Gemma Shaw Fleshpress are dark, complex and atmospheric. With fingers in many musical pies, their sound touches on doom, psych, black metal and even a touch of hardcore (think more angular noise core).     Conan are like cream, they have risen to the top. The bellowing low

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It’s another year, which means another round of amazing festivals dedicated to the love of all things dark and heavy! One of the UK’s greatest and most crushing underground musical events has just been announced, and we’ve got Desertfest tickets for you! DESERTFEST 2016 has a seriously stacked lineup for

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