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With their latest offering from Hampton Roads’ darkwave synthpop icons, Pain in the Yeahs have honed in on the mastery of their signature no-wave, shoegaze dirges.  The album “Dopamine Noir” spirals in and out of anxieties and assurances of frontman James Wagner’s sincerity and beckoning.  Channeling pulsations at times from

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What the hell happened to all the punk bands that were around? I mean true punk bands, the kind that stirred up shit? When there was no internet around, everyone had a goddamn band and suddenly they all vanished and nowadays everything is post-something: post-hardcore, post-metal or post-punk, but you

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The month of July is going to be cosmic because ANCIENT LIGHTS are dropping their self-titled debut LP via our comrades Ritual Productions. I really fucking dig this mind-altering Heavy Psych record because it takes my thoughts on a ride to a new astral plane. Today we are premiering their

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Just a few weeks back, UK extreme metallers, Lychgate released their third record.  Metal Insider reviewed the epic and, at times, rather bombastic, The Contagion in Nine Steps here. This latest release goes into depth about crowd and mob psychology (so appropriate for today’s global mindset) with insights from both recent

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Earlier this year, Dawn Ray’d released the critically acclaimed The Unlawful Assembly on Prosthetic Records and since then they’ve taken their incredible live show on the road and been making quite the name for themselves in the process. In a time that is seeing a distressing rise of right wing

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Known for being one of the most incendiary and influential bands in hardcore and modern metal history, apocalyptic heavy music icons INTEGRITY formed in Cleveland in 1988 primarily as an outlet for the philosophical and spiritual musings of vocalist Dwid Hellion. With an intense sound that melds together high-velocity hardcore punk, heavy

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