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Heavy music comes in many different forms, and it can be more challenging then any other form of music. Case in point is Brazil’s Jesus Cremoso whose musical compositions have more creative courage than an Evel Knievel stunt. His music is complex and changes sonic shapes within seconds. Every time you listen

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Sara Sylvain interviews ROME’s Jerome Reuter Q:Tell us about ROME as a band. [In starting ROME]there was no plan– no plan whatsoever. I really just wanted to record the songs that I’d written in this particular style that I thought nobodywas interested in, because the style of music was a

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Death MetalFeaturesMusicStreaming

Hey! Are you tired of having your head attached to your body? If so, then luckily you can stream Wretched Fate’s new tracks below and your worthless brain bucket will be gone in no time! Fleshletting is by no means a refreshing take on death metal, if anything, it’s a disgusting

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Death MetalDoomFeaturesIndustrialMusicNoiseSludgeStreaming

Horrific Inhumane Boiled Death – Unsettling Sonic Terrorism – Audio Homicide – Vile to Unknown Levels are just some of the words or thoughts that come to my mind as I listen to the soon to be released record Imminent Horror by Miscarriage. On Feb. 22nd, Sentient Ruin Laboratories will release

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Apocalyptic BluesDoomFeaturesLive RitualsMusicTour Dates

Seattle twisted Black/Death alchemists HISSING (Profound Lore Records) and Oakland Black/Doom horde ABSTRACTER (Sentient Ruin/I Voidhanger Records/Vendetta Records) are about to hit the West Coast for a string of dates. After having released two agonizingly dark and heavy new albums in 2018 this is a tour you do not want

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Death MetalDoomFeaturesMusicStreaming

Death is promised Death is real and ENCOFFINATE’s new tape Cimmerian Corpse Dungeon is Death Doom on a different level. With each listen, I can feel the maggots crawl all over my skin as their riffs restrict my breathing. Over the course of 4 tracks, ENCOFFINATE show why they are

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