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Look out Fascists, because Neckbeard Deathcamp are back with a brand new single “WHAT ARE THE CARGO POCKETS FOR LANZA? EXTRA MAGS?” from the eagerly anticipated new album SO MUCH FOR THE TOLERANT LEFT out on Prosthetic Records this May. The band had the following message ahead of the forthcoming

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Ministry ended their North American tour with two home shows at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, on December 20th and 21st, and I had the pleasure to attend and capture the second one. Before the music started we got enough time to get a glimpse of the stage filled

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The end of August this year brought the tragic news that drummer Carlos Denogean, age 30,  had died unexpectedly from a sudden brain aneurysm. Carlos was an extremely talented musician whom had played with bands Salvacion and Walpyrgus. Most recently he had been touring with Weedeater and had accompanied them

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Distressed, raw and stripped-down, the first wave of Death Metal in the late 80s/early 90s brought with it the speed of grind, the drive of thrash and the attitude of hardcore by razing the paths laid before them and terrifying every pearl-clutching prude the world over. This rare moment in

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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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Alright, I’m still recovering from Bloodshed festival over the weekend of 14 and 15 September in Eindhoven’s Effenaar. Calling the festival’s line-up rich is an understatement which doesn’t only apply to the main festival days of Friday the 14th and Saturday the 15th, but Thursday’s pre-party and Sunday’s Afterbleeder bands

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