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Cult of Sorrow have a new full-length in the works – Invocation of the Lucifer is a Sabbathian marvel that will have your neck cracking! This Cincinnati band makes music that hooks you with the first riff and pulls you into a whirlpool of scorching melody and psychedelic thunder. Black Doomba Records is

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Life has been teaching me hard lessons over the past couple of years, and my one solace in times of persistent anxiety and exhausting agony has been music. Not just any music, but sounds that touch the pain I’m feeling and pull it from me, wrenching it from its grip

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Last week, we had the pleasure of premiering the Saint Karloff song “At the Mountain of Loudness” off their upcoming split with Devil’s Witches, Coven of the Ultra-Riff. This week, I’m so excited to share another track off the split, this time from Devil’s Witches! “Love is doom, A fistful

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HIGH FIGHTER has those bluesy riffs I look for in my heavy music. Today we’re stoked to share a track off their upcoming record Champain entitled “When We Suffer”! This song is rough around the edges but still clean and precise, and the vocals soar over the instruments in true

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From the moment I first heard Dennis Sanders’ captivating industrial-rock project Spirit in the Room, I’ve been hooked on the dark passion of their at times contradictory, always hard to define sound. And you should be too. Leaden with sad crooning and cutting, scathing lyrics, if you get a chance

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Tomorrow Sentient Ruin (US) and Rope Or Guillotine (EU) will unleash the horrifying debut LP from Vancouver, BC-based sludge-doom sewer lords NIGHTFUCKER. Why is this newsworthy, may you ask? For two reasons: first of all, it may just be hands down the sludge album of the year (more on this

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