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I fucking love the Bay Area. There is a truly amazing amount of artists that live out here. For the music that I am interested in the most, this area is the best in the world. There is some great scenes scattered around the globe, but within this particular area

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ONE: ACTORS – It Will Come to You ACTORS have managed to combine this corner of post-punk with some of the most intense darkwave you’ll hear this year. The album has been described as perfected darkwave with light undertones. – Read the full review here It Will Come To You

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Dancey, driving deathrock band Deth Crux from LA have finally released their long-awaited full length debut album, Mutant Flesh! This is more than just a follow up to their 4-track EP from three years ago – it’s a unique form of deathrock as badass as you always wanted it to

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What do you know about BLEACH BIRTH? Let me tell you that this band rules and they are able to worship Rudimentary Peni Death Church-era like no other! Don’t get it twisted – they are far from any sort of cover band; actually, I feel like they are one of the

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Every Mutant who Love some Next Level Post Punk // Death Rock is going to fiend for the new release from DETH CRUX. Sentient Ruin Laboratories (US-LP/tape), Agipunk/Legion of the Damned ( EU LP ), Aural Music – ( CD ) will be unleashing their debut LP Mutant Flesh on Dec. 7th,

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Siouxsie Sioux is someone who has inspired me with her fearless musical creativity and genre-defying sounds, as well as her iconic sense of style that helped to define what we know now as deathrock and 80s goth. The Banshee’s band manager, Nils Stevenson – road manager of the Sex Pistols – brought

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