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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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It usually takes a moment for a new band to get its footing. A couple of EPs in and the idea and visions take on a more solid form, the structures of the tracks appear more solid and just the overall result arrives with a sense of coherence and continuity.

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It is totally rad to see a young MAYHEM doing their thing in 1986! You be the judge and let us know if you dig it or not!    

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Acid King, with We Hunt Buffalo, and Bort April 20th, 2018 – The Astoria, Vancouver, BC I got to the venue just in time to catch the tail-end of Bort’s set. I hadn’t seen them before, but I had noticed a fair amount of people talking about them recently, as they

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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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One of the keys of my conversation with Johnny P. from SECT MARK lies in his slight Roman inflection, which unfortunately I cannot render by typing on my computer – and even less by typing in English. Yet the very essential thing you need to better enjoy this chat is

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The Body is one of those bands that’s due all the credit they’re given, with even that praise turning up short of what’s deserved. Where bands will continue churning out releases with nary a note unchanged from their signature sound, bands like The Body throw their name into any genre

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ROADBURN FESTIVAL 19th – 22nd April 2018 Tilburg, Netherlands By Kris T. Therrian – FB / Instagram Already months before the festival start, the hype was oh so real. Announcements about new venues, specially commissioned pieces, mindblowing collaborations, exhibitions, panel talks and listening sessions, kept rolling in and not least the announcements about

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