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Absolutely no one makes music like The Body.
 With each release, the duo of Lee Buford and Chip 
King continue to defy the constraints of what it
means to be a “heavy” band, seamlessly combining
composition or production approaches from hip hop,
 pop, classical, as well as rock and electronica resulting 
in a rich

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80s HardcoreCrustCvltureDeath RockDis-beatHardcoreHistoryMusicNoisePost-PunkPower ViolencePUNKRaw PunkReviews

There’s plenty of stuff going on in the punk-rock world right now, but La Vida Es Un Mus (LVEUM) is definitely one of the labels you have to periodically check for releases if you want to listen to the real stuff. That’s why it’s so frustrating to write about them

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A perturbing poltergeist has yet again floated out of the ancient pagan caves of Torino, Italy to haunt and beckon its mystic disciples into dusty new territories. SabaSaba is the new new project by Tommaso Bonfilio, Andrea Marini,  and Gabriele Maggiorotto providing the tribal soundscape to rediscovered regions of forgotten

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Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Azar Swan is the industrial project of Zohra Atash and Joshua Strawn. While their electronic madness was once classified as industrial pop, Azar Swan has since taken a much darker turn. Their performance at Out From The Shadows IV this year in Portland was absolutely phenomenal,

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There’s a degree of irony that comes with awarding media points to someone who stands in stark contrast with everything the spotlight represents. In the case of rapper Gizmo, perhaps it’s better to do more telling than showing, conveying just enough to pique interests without finessing through flash. While Wicca

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Black MetalDeath MetalFeaturedNoiseReviewsStreaming

Little is known about Serum Dreg, a two-piece, signed to Portland, Oregon’s Vrasubatlat label.  Serum Dreg offer up a particularly nasty brand of black metal that is raw and dangerous.  ‘Conjure of Plague’ takes care of the drums and some vocals, and ‘Ad Infinitum‘ provides the rest.  Only guitars, bass and some occasional

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