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Last October an insanely sick fest took place in Japan called the Asakusa Deathfest! The line up was filled with putrid bands from all over the world from Petrification to Coffins to Necrophile, plus many fucking more! What really made is sick was that Stench Reel & Brainsplitter Studios worked together to create

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Text and Photos: Diana Lungu Day 1: Introductions in De Centrale, Ghent, Belgium As someone who’s no stranger to traveling, I found myself frankly at a loss on the morning of October 6th. Barely packed and scatterbrained, stressing over a multitude of factors. Was I adequately prepared? Would I get along

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Taken from the The Line Up Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman had been best friends since kindergarten. Lauria’s mom fondly recalls their friendship: “Lauria and Ashley would call each other at least once a week. What one was thinking, the other was thinking. It’s kind of like when two people—one can finish

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  With Celestial reforming, albeit briefly, it feels like an appropriate time to revisit all the major Isis releases. With the release of SGNL>05, Isis comprehensively completed their scratchy, abrasive phase and emerged with their rough edge sheared off. Oceanic ended up as a calmer, more thoughtful record with a

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The war is real and PRIMITIVE WARFARE’s self-titled tape that comes out via Stygian Black Hand on January 18, 2019 is the soundtrack to the end of this fucked up world! This two human unit of sonic destruction creates a storm of War Metal that rains blood onto anyone who listens. What

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Bismuth are a two-piece drone band based in the UK. This past year saw them release one of the finest sludge/doom records of 2018 in The slow dying of the Great Barrier Reef. We caught up with the band to talk about how such a beautiful piece of art came

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5 Horror Gems From 2018 You Might Have Missed 2018 offered a lot of great Horror for the world. There was the much-loved and praised Hereditary (overrated, in my eyes, but still good) and A Quiet Place, as well as the return of a couple of franchises that needed rebooting

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We Are Parasols are an atmospheric shoegaze band out of Portland, OR. This last October they released a fantastically dark, surreal music video for their new song “Hold Me Fire”. I had the opportunity to interview the band about the video, their origin and influences, and more! First of all,

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