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Joey is from the cultural black hole known as Wilmington, DE. Despite this, having access to the internet allowed him to get into punk. Years later, and much to his mother's dismay, he's still all about it. He even writes about it for no other reason than the joy of showing people music. When he's not doing punk stuff, he's probably plotting the downfall of capitalism or watching cartoons.

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I’ve said it before many times in various writeups I’ve done on both here and Fucked By Noise, but it bears repeating: Philadelphia, PA has one of the most interesting scenes in North America (and arguably in the world). The subject of this particular writeup, DIALER, is definitely a band

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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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When it comes to the original West Coast Power Violence scene, one band has always managed to stay as a truly outsider group – that band is GASP (if you didn’t guess already from the title). They’ve been a favorite of mine since I first heard their classic Drome Triler Of

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Halloween may have passed, but it is still the season for evil, and there are few things which could be more fitting than the appearance of a new offering from Philadelphia’s metalpunk fiends DEVIL MASTER. Their first tape last year was unbelievably gnarly, and on Inhabit The Corpse, these ghouls

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I find it funny that, in my experience, when most people hear the term “post-punk,” they jump to thinking about the popular (i.e. radio friendly) work of Joy Division, The Sisters Of Mercy, and other bands who tend to be seen as “softer;” when in reality, quite a good deal

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For the true, Sad Lovers & Giants is one of THE bands when talking essentials in goth and post-punk. Yet, despite your cult following, a fair amount of details regarding your early existence remain in relative obscurity – something which will hopefully be remedied by this interview. To begin, I’d like

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