Dylan DeCarlo
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Dylan DeCarlo

Originally from Riverside California, Dylan has been attending shows, playing in bands, and talking shit on capitalism since he was fourteen. You can bribe him to review your band by trading him Hatred Surge merch/records. He currently resides in Tempe, AZ and plays in a band called Pig City.

FeaturedPUNKReviews

Admittedly, there is very little myself and so many other music “writers” or dare I say “journalists” can offer the world. Sure, we can beg our editors to let us stream your band’s EP in exchange for a black Gildan heavy cotton shirt with your logo that your bassist’ps tattoo

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Death MetalFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusic

Its 2018 and you absolutely love death metal. In fact, its your favorite genre and unbeknownst to everyone else you are the undisputed death metal champion of the internet. I mean who else is wearing an extra baggy Grave shirt with camo pants and Vans hi tops? The short answer

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Black MetalBlackened CrustCrustGrindcoreHardcoreReviews

The idea of a smoothie is an enticing one. A bunch of shit that is perceived as healthy all blended into a green pretentious liquid that pairs perfectly with that Lululemon active wear you swore you’d use to get a summer bod. Right as the intense flavor of glorified kale

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With the metal and punk aesthetic at the forefront of popular culture its hard to tell Instagram “influencers” from people who actually make and do things to move underground music forward. The same people who were popular in high school and once called you a “faggot” or a “freak” have

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FeaturedHardcoreHip-HopMusicPost-Punk

God lives in Tuscon, Arizona. I know that may come as a shock to some of you but it’s true. On some days you’ll find him face down in a ditch with a forty in both hands, others you’ll see him cramming a Sonoran dog down his divine throat at

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GrindcorePower ViolenceStreaming

By the time you finish reading this sentence, there’s a solid chance Destroyed In A Second will be over. If you’re a slow reader, then indulge me for a minute. Italy’s favorite sons Double Me! are back and more pissed than ever as they offer us seventeen tracks of distorted bass and drum

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