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Little is known about Serum Dreg, a two-piece, signed to Portland, Oregon’s Vrasubatlat label.  Serum Dreg offer up a particularly nasty brand of black metal that is raw and dangerous.  ‘Conjure of Plague’ takes care of the drums and some vocals, and ‘Ad Infinitum‘ provides the rest.  Only guitars, bass and some occasional

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BLASPHEMIC HATEFUL DEATH NOISE.BLASPHEMIC HATEFUL DEATH NOISE. BLASPHEMIC HATEFUL DEATH NOISE.  The new SERUM DREG LP Lustful Vengeance is is being released on April 20th by Invictus & Vrasubatlat is a black sonic firewall of audio HATE that never lets up. Maybe this is why it’s one of my favorite releases

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April 30th marks the debut release from Dagger Lust, a power electronics trio with blackened death and grindcore overtones from Portland, Oregon. This is 24 minutes of pure, primal filth. Wash hands before and after listening.  The band is somewhat elusive. The members going only by the short stage names

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VRASUBATLAT have four releases that absolutely kill, and we’re excited to share a taste of their horrendous darkness with you today! This label is putting out new LPs from Adzalaan, Serum Dreg and Dagger Lust that will be exclusively available at the upcoming Torment is Flesh fest in PDX this January

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For the past two years, the VRASUBATLAT collective has been releasing some of the most vile and on point music coming out of the NW underground. What I respect about this crew so much is that they are driven to create music that comes from a place of pure torment! They have joined

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When I first got turned on to cassette tapes, I was hooked. During the 80’s, it was the cassette tape that was our go-to source of music, because most of us did not have record players. We would go to certain record stores with our own blank tapes and the

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