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When a two-piece band starts setting up at show, it always sparks an interest in every attendee. Why? I’m honestly not sure. If I had to guess I’d say people genuinely love to see bands make a lot of noise with minimal personnel. Also, it could be because pop-culture has

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When you think of Powerviolence in terms of geography, the UK does not instantly come to mind. While home to some of the earliest and best grindcore, the markedly different sub-sub genre with a distinct culture all its own does not necessarily belong to England. However, this hasn’t stopped The

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  I’ve always been a massive poweviolence fan. Skating, hardcore, grind, hip hop, graf, weird tv and movie samples was literally the audio soundtrack to my mind coming up. Here’s a couple ov new things by O.G. powerviolence headz. DJ QUEST / GO LIKE THIS ‘Double Homicide’ 12″ Rad hardcore/powerviolence

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Annapura is one of the most iconic bands from the capital city in Mexico. Having toured the west coast in USA, and Mexico several times, and with 3 albums (and about to release the fourth) Gabriel, Daniel and Leo are creating music with an unique sound and style: fast drums,

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Background is everything. Behind all great art lies a beating heart, a fractured rhythm, and a story. Beneath the pummelling powerviolence and grizzled sludge of Regional Justice Center’s World Of Inconvenience sits a 12 minute treatise on the myriad ways the justice system continues to fail and marginalize those crossing it’s

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Some 20 plus years ago I first caught wind of a group of Chicago kids cranking out not only some of the most pummeling powerviolence/grind, but the spirit of actual confrontation and true activism to boot. RACETRAITOR, a name that immediately conjures up a certain demographic, unleashed onto the mid-90s

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