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Today we’re lucky to be bringing you a crushing death metal release from Art As Catharsis: the new album from New Zealand’s BRIDGE BURNER entitled Null Apostle. Depending on your mood, this album will either have you bouncing off the walls or punching through them, but either way there’s no

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FeaturesFuneral DoomMusicStreamingTour Dates

Pain is glorious, torment is beautiful, sorrow is golden, riffs drenched in dirge, mourning is solace – just some of the thoughts that come to mind as I listen to the new BARREN ALTAR LP Entrenched In The Faults Of The Earth that comes out on June 12th and can

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FeaturesHardcoreHip-HopIndustrialMusicMusic VideosPost RockPost-PunkStreaming

It’s a secret that’s becoming harder and harder to hide: the fearless faces of depressive hip-hop mask a greater era of anxiety that’s seeking safety in lo-fi beats peppered with schoolyard nostalgia. California-based musician Brennan Savage is being heard loud in this underground despite exuding more understated vibes. While appeals

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FeaturesMusicPost-PunkStreamingTour Dates

Are you ready to get fucked in the head by Seattle’s HAUNTED HORSES?  This band knows how to deconstruct Post Punk down to its weirdest compounds and they rebuild it into an abstract piece of sonic art! This is in evidence on their EP Cold Medicine that goes live this

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Black MetalFeaturesMusicStreaming

On June 2nd 2018 our comrades over at Vendetta Records will release Infernal Decadence, the new album by elusive Canadian black metal entity Spectral Wound. A vinyl release will follow a month later, in early July (pre-order here). Blending hints of Emperor, MGLA, Abigor, Dissection and similar epic and more “frenetic” black

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Formerly known as Austin Psych Fest, Levitation is a citywide celebration of psychedelic, hypnotizing music in all of its myriad forms. From Electric Wizard and DIIV to The Black Angels and Windhand, the 2018 lineup included as many heavy doom moments as it did lighter, more shoegaze ones. On Saturday

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