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Why did Tomb Mold choose Brad Moore to create the cover art for ‘Manor Of Infinite Forms’? As we were finishing up the lyrics/concept for “Manor of Infinite Forms” is when we started to think about who should create the cover art. It was actually Dave from 20BS that pitched

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All Hell Broke LOOSE on May 17th in Oakland when Zoloa, Foza Común, Atrament and FARP performed, and luckily Michael Thorn was on hand to capture this powerful event!  Check out the photo evidence below… Atrament Foza Común Zoloa    

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In the middle of last year, 3 long time friends in the blistering northeast of the U.S. spawned a monster amidst their already hectic lives.  TRIPPER is the product of members of Dialith, Iblissian and Abomination In Conflict with Mechanical Death.  Now spanning both coasts, TRIPPER unleash the cacophony of

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Shit, here I come stepping into hot water, completely of my own doing. First things first: I don’t do drugs and I don’t get hammered, but don’t go away just yet thinking this is a another rant from one of those guys that is basically a camouflaged Straight-Edge. It’s not;

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By Kris T. Therrian  FB / Instagram DAY THREE – Saturday 21st Bands seen: Hugsjá, Damo Suzuki & Minami Deutsch, Panopticon, Volcano, Boris & Stephen O’Malley, NYIÞ & Wormlust: Hieros Gamos, Dhidalah, All Pigs Must Die, Thou x The Body, Earthless & Kikagaku Moyo: East meets West Jam, Occvlta Probably owing to PTSD and

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The NWOBHM is one of pillars of underground metal, and might just be one of the most important movements to ever even happen! This was the scene that united Punks and Metal Heads like no other and from this union genres like Speed Metal, Thrash Metal, and Cross Over Metal were

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