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Apocalyptic BluesDoomFeaturesStreaming

What do you get when you cross Norway with Mumbai? A psychedelic trip into the rabbit hole with Spiral Shades, and their upcoming August 5th release on RidingEasy Records, Hypnosis Sessions, will suck you in and spit you out into the cosmos. Their doomy, 70s vibe will have you swimming

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Avant GardeBlack MetalFeaturesLive RitualsMusicNoise

A T.O.M.B. (Total Occultic Mechanical Blasphemy) set is more of a ritual act than a musical performance, so it’s more than fitting that these black noise magicians were chosen to open for Watain recently at the latter’s only North American performance of the summer, at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar on

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Black MetalFeaturesStreaming

This song is from the new EP A Forming Void from Enthauptung, a Black Metal band based out of Buffalo, NY. They pull influences from the atmospheric styling of bands from the Cascadian region, so if you are fans of Wolves in the Throne Room, Alda and Addaura, your ears will like what

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Dis-beatFeaturesHardcoreStreamingTour Dates

Are you ready for DRUG LUST?…CVLT Nation’s favorite creators of scum-filled hardcore are hitting the road today on June 27th. Damn, we just can not get enough of this band, because their music has that zombified voodoo beat that gets us hyped. To me DRUG LUST has one of the

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CrustDis-beatFeaturesMusicStreaming

Hey you over there, you stinking fucking COP, come here so I can stab you in the throat with my stenchcore blade of filth! Better yet, stick your head into my speakers of death so I can blast the NIGHT NURSE song “A Vile Plague Sweeps” at full fucking blast,

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Apocalyptic BluesFeaturesMusic VideosSludgeTour Dates

Bädr Vogu is a Sludge band from Oakland (((California))) that started out in 2010. Formed from the ashes of World Eater, Midnightmare and Hotblack Desiato, they have been crushing and garnering a loyal following throughout the underground since their inception. They have played some of the most killer shows I’ve

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