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Apocalyptic Blues

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I have spent a LOT of fucking time visiting hospitals recently (and kinda pity the intern who, wide-eyed and earnest, asks me how I spent my “time off”) so I was a little reluctant to jump into this slow burn since I started the week discussing funerary wishes and listening

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Are you ready to start a pit in your living room? Because that’s what’s going to happen if you hit play on this new album from RUIN IT!. Armageddon Label will be unleashing their debut LP Locked Up Dead on Nov. 2nd, and today we’re stoked to be sharing a scathing yet

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THIRTY NIGHTS OF VIOLENCE lives up to their name, and this 4 track EP of punishing metallic hardcore comes at you like you’re taking a beating 30 nights in a row! Unbeaten Records will be unleashing their To Die In Your Portrait EP this Friday, and today we’re excited to

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Anyone who appreciates some feral blackened rage mixed with soaring riffs in the shape of the ever changing wind is going to really get into the new release from SOUL GRIP. CONSOULING SOUNDS will be putting out their second LP NOT EVER on Nov. 2nd, and today we’re excited  to be sharing with you the

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THROANE is one of my favorite bands for many different reasons. One major reason is that they sound like no other, and are able to harness an impressive amount of power in their songs. Check out this intense full set from their Paris performance. You can also peep this Dehn Sora

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How awesome is the collabo project between MEMNON SA and MISER called PILLARS OF TIAMAT? It’s beyond majestic and transcendental – these two have created a sonic voyage that defies labels! In a world full of madness, I love music that uplifts and heals. PILLARS OF TIAMAT’s songs sound like no

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