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Hissing hail from Seattle Washington and create a frenzied concoction of noise, death, and black metal. Permanent Destitution is the bands first full length, debuting on Profound Lore records. I have to admit that coming into this review I was quite intimidated. Hissing have an extremely complex sound, one of

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Dakhma – Hamkar Atonement Dakhma are a blackened death metal duo from Switzerland, who primarily focus on the subject of Zoroastrianism, which is one of the world’s oldest active religions. Hamkar Atonement is the band’s first full-length and spans 61 minutes over 7 mind bending tracks. I have to warn

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Imperial Triumphant has long been one of Extreme Metal’s best kept secrets, their music a startling amalgamation of dissonant Black Metal mixed with a vortex of Avant-Garde inspired Sturm und Drang. While already arguably one of the best among their peers, their new album Vile Luxury is sure to catapult

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Calling Ghostemane multi-dimensional is an understatement. While his experimental style is quite literally synonymous with his name, his personal facets are just as vast. In a real Harvard dropout-like tale, Ghost chose to forego a job in astrophysics to create the music that he wanted to hear. Nevertheless, humanity’s position

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If you know about chiptune already, the fact that people have been composing and playing music with Game Boys in the past 15-20 years will sound like no news for you. In case you’ve never heard this word before, note that we’re not talking about 8 bit videogames nerds: we’re

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“After a decade of aesthetic outrages, four sides of what sounds like the tubular groaning of a galactic refrigerator just aren’t going to inflame the bourgeoisie (whoever they are) or repel his fans (since they’ll just shrug and wait for the next collection).” August 14th, 1975: Rolling Stone blasts Lou

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