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Being a preteen from central Illinois at the time, Slipknot’s self-titled album spoke to me. It was the first album and band that I truly found on my own, which is an incredibly important moment of music discovery for me. This album changed my life, straight up. Released by Roadrunner

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Powerviolence means many things to many people. Some claim the term only applies to the bands referenced in the Man is the Bastard song where it all started. Others will tell you it’s a grindcore-adjacent subgenre that was created to parody the machismo of hardcore by playing a similar style

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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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