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This month, CARRION MOTHER drop their new album Nothing Remains via Ordo MCM. To say that this band impresses me would not do my thoughts justice, because I know that this band is the shit! Their songs are HUGE sonic surges of molten fury that will burn themselves into your

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President Macron has been forced to call in his stormtroopers to quell the socio-politico uprising of the yellow vest brigade in Paris. Understandable, perhaps, as for successive weekends the Champs Elysees started to resemble a Beirut battleground rather than one of Europe’s most select shopping avenues. Perhaps a more peaceful

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Couch Slut I’ve been a fan of Brooklyn’s Couch Slut for a few years but it was only recently have I had the pleasure to see them play live. It was angry, noisy, and confrontational. Exactly what I had anticipated. To call them a “noise rock” band is just lazy.

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Deep Deep in the bowels of the American underground exist two depraved bands that have decided to join forces for what might be one of the sickest split of 2019. CEREMENTED / MALEFIC LEVITATION limited edition tape comes out this month via our comrades Caligari Records and can be pre-ordered

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What happens when one of your favorite Doom // Drone bands decides to create a 55 minute improvised Mammoth Jam? The end result is Vol.5 by Sea of Drones aka Sea of Bones and they music itself is an outergalatic sonic carpet ride to everywhere! Love this kind of music

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Text and Photos: Diana Lungu Day 1: Introductions in De Centrale, Ghent, Belgium As someone who’s no stranger to traveling, I found myself frankly at a loss on the morning of October 6th. Barely packed and scatterbrained, stressing over a multitude of factors. Was I adequately prepared? Would I get along

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