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During the early ‘10s, a strange act from Texas using the moniker The Great Tyrant appeared. Through their unconventional line-up, which included synths, drums, bass and vocals, The Great Tyrant projected a vision of extreme experimental music through doom laden riffs, psychedelic interludes and a blackened demeanor. Unfortunately the band

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Text & Photos by Charles Nickles It’ll be a dry heat,” they said. “You’re from New York,” they said. “It’s gonna be fine.” Bullshit. Texas is fucking hot, man. And not just DUH, IT’S TEXAS! WHAT THE FUCK DID YOU EXPECT?! hot. Hot like balls are a bane and boobs

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There’s something brutal brewing in Texas… If you’re a fan of heavy underground music and you’re in the vicinity of Austin, you need to be there in June to witness the 2nd annual AUSTIN TERROR FEST! It really is the heaviest fest in the southwest, featuring sets from YOB, EXHORDER,

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EIGHT – BLACK WING – …Is Doomed At its core, …Is Doomed is essentially a concept album dealing with a summer Dan Barrett was deathly ill. If Dan Barrett is Black Wing and this is the subject matter, the symbolism behind the album’s title, track names, and artwork become pretty obvious. With this in

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Pinkish Black is a dark band that comes with a dark story. Originally formed under the name The Great Tyrant, the trio back then was focusing on a doom/jazz blend. However, bass guitarist Tommy Atkins’ suicide in 2010 put a halt to the production of the band’s first album. The two

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Although we weren’t able to travel to our March 21st SXSW showcase presented by Rock of Ages Tattoo, by all accounts it was awesome! Relapse Records put together an awesome lineup of bands who all absolutely killed it. Luckily, we had a photographer, Trevor Jayne, on hand to capture the

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