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Color us in feedback and shower us in sonic glory – that is what the new BLUSH album entitled Wanderlust does from the first second. What draws me to a band like this is how fragile yet powerful their music is. When I think about how fucked up the world has

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Fuck everything that doesn’t keep it filthy! The new Sludge band TERRE keeps it way more than just real on their new self-titled release. Each song is a heavy, dirty anthem that will have you head banging in a drugged-out way! The vocals that you will encounter while blasting these

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Dead To A Dying World is an epic-crust/black metal band based in Texas. 2018 saw the band release a re-imagination of their debut record, Reprise. We spoke to the band to get find out what led to this look into the past and what the future holds for them: Let’s start

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Tension, Power, Awakening, Movement, Nature – are some of the words that come to my mind as I listen to the new NUR song “Trader.” Their self-titled album comes out on Feb. 2nd via Suicide Records. Check out the exclusive that is taking place below!  

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All hell broke fucking loose in Baltimore last weekend at two INTEGRITY shows that featured an insane line up! Today we want to shine the light on three full sets that will push your wig back, featuring Full of Hell, ILSA and INTEGRITY, who will also be performing at this

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Are you ready for an urgent jam that will get all up in your brain and will live for rent free? Check out this new POV Quin Galavis video for the tune – Burn the Room. His new album Victim / Non-Victim, Pt. 1 will be available on LP, CD and digital

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  When I was planning this series, I knew this would be the Big One. Isis’s Panopticon is the jewel in their belligerent crown, a measured, cohesive, erudite record that caps off their early development. For those of you following this series who were looking forward to more – and

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Japan can be a gnarly place. Not only for the sheer intensity of their examples of the macabre, but for how culturally disparate their horror can be for the western audience. Most are familiar with the usual suspects that demonstrate this phenomena like Ringu, Battle Royale, or Tetsuo: the Iron Man. However, there is

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