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Bismuth are a two-piece drone band based in the UK. This past year saw them release one of the finest sludge/doom records of 2018 in The slow dying of the Great Barrier Reef. We caught up with the band to talk about how such a beautiful piece of art came

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Unholy awesomeness – on May 1st, Dry Cough Records, At War With False Noise, DGRecords, and Medusa Crush Recordings are releasing the new Ommadon entitled End Times. The title of this record says it all, because that is exactly what the music sounds like – the Ending of ALL TIME! This band

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Germany’s KAVRILA have a new album coming out via Backbite Records, Breathe Plastic Records and Medusa Crush Recordings entitled Blight. Today we’re excited to be streaming Blight in full below…if you’ve ever wanted to know what a blight would sound like in audio form, this is it! Punishing, scathing and heavy. Make sure

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How slow can a riff be? How heavy can a split get? How fucking sick is it when two of your favorite bands work together? The answer to all of these questions will be answered once you hear the soon to be released split from IRN and DISROTTED! Both bands bring nothing but slow-moving

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HEAVY HEAVY HEAVY are three words that come to mind while blasting the new self titled LP from Ommadon. Their riffs pulverize you into submission while allowing you to meditate at the same time! They are the kind of band that is perfect for grim weather and internal reflection. Three labels – Dry Cough (UK), Burning World Records

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Both dealers in misery and purveyors of the downtrodden, the two bands’ consummate pairing makes this release all the more impressive. Whereas Keeper are the sound of a tortured, agonised soul, Sea Bastard are the vehement pain-dealers, gloating in the presence of their comrades’ manacled, broken bodies and basking in their collective anguish – the tormented and the tormentor.

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