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The Earth cries out. The Geotrauma is echoed in human suffering and violence. Our every utterance and effort at progress goes stifled and unheard. Sometimes, mere Heavy Metal feels inadequate to express the true horror of this world. Reality is infinitely complex and requires great deals of abstraction to communicate

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Steve Zing was born Steven Paul Grecco in New Jersey in June of 1964. A childhood friend of members of the Misfits – he later became the drummer of the legendary and highly influential Samhain. After leaving the band in July 1985, he went on to play in several key

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Doomy sludge metal trio Bleeth‘s highly anticipated debut LP Geomancer is out now on Anti-Language Records! Hailing from Miami, FL, this band has been creating music and touring since their EP release in 2015. Also on tap today is a brand new music video for horror b-movie inspired “Divulging Souls”!

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Brooklyn based Niabi Aquena’s solo project SEARMANAS released a debut self-titled album on Cleopatra Records only a month ago! The multi-layered ambient industrial record spans 7 tracks, finding a unique back-and-forth balance between dark and light. SEARMANAS recently completed The Dark Ceremony Tour with electronic artist Textbreak. I had the

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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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The Mexican underground metal scene is really huge – you can find amazing bands from north to south, from hardcore to power violence, black metal, crust, etc… Although, the Mexican doom scene is, in comparison to other genres, not that well known. It’s not about genres, but I think it’s

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