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Before we delve into this madness with our ears, let’s try to unpack the concept behind this project as it may help better understand its horrific nature… Says Wikipedia: “In forensic psychiatry, the term ‘pseudocommando’ has been used to describe mass murderers who commit premeditated murder-suicide mass killings driven by

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ArtEventsMusicPhotographyReviewsshoegaze

Amazing music – check, futuristic thought through costumes with white wigs – check, high level production with beautiful lights and just the right amount of smoke – check. In other words, Drab Majesty put up one hell of a show to celebrate the release of their new album “Modern Mirror”.

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Death RockDis-beatHardcore PunkIndustrialReviewsUncategorized

Sadly, most punk releases have become predictable copies of other predictable punk records. As much as I love d-beats and adults with charged hair using a chorus pedal, sometimes it just gets boring. Now, before you get triggered let me also say that I have no interest in attacking you

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HardcoreMusicReviewsSludge

Am I the only one who is completely exhausted with the state of “heavy” releases? If it’s not some No Mercy/Cro-Mags wannabe shit then it’s a bunch of dudes who bought their first bullet belt 3 weeks ago with a Framtid shirt to match. Your personal identity crisis shouldn’t translate

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FeaturesNoise RockPost-PunkReviewsStreamingTour DatesUncategorized

Do you have 6 minutes to spare? Because DIALER’s tour tape clocks in at just under that; and despite its brevity, these Philadelphia synthpunk/industrial stalwarts jam pack a good deal of manic, anticapitalist energy into it. I previously covered DIALER’s first tape, but since then they have also put out

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ArtBlack MetalBlackened CrustDoomMusicPhotographyReviews

Desertfest Day Three 2019 Photos and text by Abi Coulson Darktones Photography  SūRYA are another crushing highlight and equally great start to the day after a meagre four hours of sleep. Mostly instrumental and reminiscent of post-metal greats CULT OF LUNA; the heavier parts are more reflective of YEAR OF NO LIGHT

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