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Surrounded by the abandoned filth of neighboring dead industry, Studio 14 sits nestled squarely between the bustling and the forgotten. The legendary Baltimore practice spaces have harbored local notables both loathed and celebrated. It was here that I got the chance to pick the collective brain of 3/5 of Joe

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CVLT Nation interviews Derek from Drug Control There was a time I lived the bent life. With those days well in the rear view, I find myself more and more seeking sharpness. Nihilism is a dish best served in the cold, during the inherent mental violence of winter. Recently, the San

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From 1979 to 1982, the sickest band in the world was Washington D.C’s BAD BRAINS. Without even trying, they helped to create hardcore as we know it; if you asked Minor Threat or S.O.A who was their biggest influence, hands down they would say BAD BRAINS. From day one, these

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The next chapter of infamous Portland Discharge enthusiasts, Dödläge, just dropped a smouldering pile of nihilistic, fast-as-fuck hardcore. Sixteen pissed and political songs clocking in at just under twenty-five minutes give you satisfaction the way hardcore was meant to be: short and to the point. While some tracks hastily cling to the

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‘Guitar and Pen’ interview #1 – Robert Williams interviews Mark ‘Barney’ Greenway, vocalist and primary lyricist from legendary grindhammers Napalm Death Tired of the blurb/gloss ‘advertisements-for-the- latest-release’ much of music writing seemed to have become, SIEGE drummer/lyricist and music and cvlture correspondent Robert Williams embarked on ‘Guitar and Pen,’ an interview

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What was the sickest hardcore photography for my generation? It was MY RULES photozine, and now book! The mastermind and photographer behind this epic piece of history was Glen E. Friedman. OK, I will try to keep it brief about this dude, but I will say that he has had

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