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Get with this motherfuckers!!! Our Gnarly comrades YAMABUSHI Recordings have just released a 17 track free comp entitled Manifestations Of Everyday Chaos! All of these bands bring the ruckus and give a huge FUCK YOU to the world! Do what I would and download this comp NOW! <a href=”http://yamabushirecordings.bandcamp.com/album/manifestations-of-everyday-chaos-sampler”>Manifestations Of

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The debut album by these Wisconsin metal mongers will take you by surprise. This might be third band to hold the name Bereft, but no need to worry, there’s nothing associated with the Faceless within ten feet of this band. Their debut album opens with the title track, which buzzes

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ONE: BLACK MONOLITH – Passenger What Gary Bettencourt has accomplished on his first full-length (essentially a solo album, since he is the only member of this one man band), is the shit that leaves you in total awe and wonder. Black Monolith is the best blackened crust band in the

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SIX: VOLAHN – Aq’Ab’Al Far flung from the grim and frostbitten kingdoms of Scandinavia, California’s sun-kissed landscapes offer an entirely different breath of inspiration, and this in turn forms a part of what makes Volahn’s music so strikingly superlative. As excruciating as it is to listen to something that sounds

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 SIX: WOES // WÖLVEFROST You are about to hear a split that will make you want to spit in the face of all authority and gauge out the eyes of corrupt politicians! WOES, from Bradford, England, have joined forces with Seattle’s WÖLVEFROST for a split that is the most ferocious collection

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Throwing the word occult around has become trite. It’s often used in association with artists who don’t know the Black Sun from the Golden Dawn. When an project like Norot writes an album that explores the serpent archetype and it’s relation to the gnosis, it’s fair to say the term

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