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The time is now for you to watch the “Painless Guilt” video by Law Of The Night. This project takes beats and dips them in acid before bathing them in dirge. These facts make their twisted/haunted soundscapes addictive and very engaging! On the real, Law Of The Night is more punk

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TREHA SEKTORI are laying the ground for two massive dates alongside AMENRA in Tokyo this November, and today we’re excited to bring you an exclusive visual they created to celebrate this momentous occasion. With the unparalleled skills of William Lacalmontie, TREHA SEKTORI’s ritual sounds have conjured to life a force

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LUNACY is a musical project that really defies sound, but touches the listener in unknown emotional places. As haunting as their songs are, they are beautiful. With each listen this project takes you to a deep, dark, murky place where sound has the power to change your reality! On Sept.

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It’s Thursday morning, one of the last weeks of the summer…after weeks of smoky haze, a cold and clammy gloom has settled in. But there is a light burning in my mind as I watch the waves of reality wash over the system. From the first tortured screams on “Lure”

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Brooklyn based Niabi Aquena’s solo project SEARMANAS released a debut self-titled album on Cleopatra Records only a month ago! The multi-layered ambient industrial record spans 7 tracks, finding a unique back-and-forth balance between dark and light. SEARMANAS recently completed The Dark Ceremony Tour with electronic artist Textbreak. I had the

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As is a well-known fact by now, Lousiana is a hot-spot for metal. Somehow, the stars aligned and the state has habitually produced some of the greatest slow, scathing music for years and years. If you venture just over 100 miles west of New Orleans, you’ll find yourself in Lafayette;

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