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I like being nice and traveling. I wouldn't be here if Gaia was still a lively website. I play bass and do some vocals in a band.

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Nick Sargeant interviews Gazelle Amber Valentine Self-advertising nomadicism is pretty much the name of your game as a band, and your preferred way of living (at least for the last 15+ years) – how are you still doing it? It’s pretty grueling.  But living in a vehicle we could tour in,

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This stop at Psycho Las Vegas won’t be your first United States appearance, but one of your first festival ones; are you excited to be playing to such a massively stacked festival crowd? USA is always exciting. Especially for a little German band like ours. Our first US gig ever was

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A Place To Bury Strangers Interview Photos by Robert Hanna To begin, what has inspired some of your sound? That sludgy, alternative, electronically-brooding vibe is really special and one I’ve only found in a few other bands, one of which is Creepoid from Philly. It’s a niche sound that fits

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NAILS is a powerviolence, hardcore, grindcore, sludge, heavy music powerhouse from California. I had the pleasure of doing a phone interview with Todd, their vocalist and guitarist, that lasted longer than their newest album You Will Never Be One Of Us. You can read it below.       Let’s start

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There comes a time in every young man, woman, nonbinary, or other person’s life when they have something put in front of them that is so jagged, bare, raw, textured and destructive that it achieves all levels of perfection and surpasses it without batting an eyelash. Now take extreme experimental

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Full Of Hell is one of the most innovative and ever-changing artists in the heavy music scene, going from harsh noise to blistering hardcore to grind to nothing but walls of sound and into various other territories that many are afraid to go to. I was happy to talk to

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