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On Dec. 12th, 2012, I saw history in the making when I saw a young FULL OF HELL Destroy Aladdin Jr’s in Pomona, CA with a performance that will live with me forever. The band has gone on to create critically acclaimed records and after working with several highly-respected labels are

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Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran The anticipation built for day two, knowing a face-punching lineup was set to blast off at 5 PM sharp. Once again, I missed the day’s openers Mortiferum (sorry guys, sorry Sean) but I certainly didn’t sleep through the rest of the evening’s bands. The Barboza

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In certain circles, FULL OF HELL needs no introduction. This young band has made a name for themselves in a short amount of time, racking up a prolific touring and release history while exploring a gamut of sounds within the spectrum of extreme and avante garde music. Formed in 2009,

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Last year sucked in a ton of ways, but it had it’s bright spots. One of the brightest for us was NORTHWEST TERROR FEST! Not only was it expertly curated and seamlessly run, but the passion of all in attendance was palpable. The crowd was made up of people who

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Ari Rosenchein is the mastermind behind the VANITAS mixtape series, and sent us his latest brutal assault on our senses in the form of MORTIFER. This is definitely up our readers’ alley, so check out the latest episode below as well as his earlier episodes here. Sometimes brevity is best.

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TEN – DEVOIDOV Here Lies… Remember Pharaoh? Back in 2014, the genius New Jersey-based “depressive hardcore” band released their masterpiece debut full-length Negative Everything on the A389 label to critical acclaim, gifting the world with something unique, harrowing, and unseen which no one in hardcore had attempted before: bending punk rock to

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