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MAGGOTBREATH are the sludge demons that you need to know about. Unholy fuck, this band’s debut tape should be quarantined, because this some diseased fucking sludge! They lay down the kind of larva-infested riffs that will have your skin crawling. 100 MAGGOTBREATH tapes will be made by the always fucked

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How good is Japan’s FRIENDSHIP? So fucking good, and their new album Undercurrent is the SHIT (out now on Southern Lord)! Last year the band performed in Edinburgh, Scotland and it was captured by Scapegoat.T.V. This multi-camera footage is epic and only adds to the intensity of FRIENDSHIP’s set!  

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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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Rowsdower’s new album The Michael Jordans of Suicide is about to fuck the the Sludge game all the way up! This band’s sound is depraved as fuck, dragging the listener down a groovy, maggot-ridden sinkhole! I can’t get enough of Rowsdower because these motherfuckers have sludge swagger for days. Our

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Do you like your sludge drenched in blues, with a sprinkling of death metal riffage and a healthy dose of stoner rock? Then you’re going to love BOATMAN’s TOLL. Their self-released debut LP The Fat is in the Fire is being reissued by Seeing Red Records on July 19th, and

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DESERTFEST LONDON 2019 DAY TWO Photos and text by Abi Coulson Darktones Photography  Local Londoners ELEPHANT TREE are on bright and early in the Electric Ballroom and it’s a frustrated dash from the tube station through a very packed Camden High Street to catch the last couple of songs. It’s worth

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