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Chile’s INVOCATION SPELLS has tapped into their most cavernous, darkest spaces to pull an absolutely scathing album from its depths. Today we’re very excited to tear your world open with the addictive, punishing riffs of their upcoming Spread Cruelty in the Abyss LP. From the second I press play, I’m head-banging nonstop

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Photos: Szymon Kochański I’ve said it many times, but fuck it, I’ll say it again: we in the West have a very unhealthy relationship with Death. Although it comes to us all, we have been taught to fear it and avoid it at all costs. Just the mention of death, especially

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Martin Gusinde was a German missionary who traveled to the southernmost tip of South America in 1919 in order to do what missionaries do, convert the locals to Christianity. Instead, he was introduced to the cultures of the indigenous people who lived on the archipelago of Tierra Del Fuego: the

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By Freddy Alva via No Echo The history of heavy metal in Peru is a long, winding road paved with adversity and conflict coupled with unbridled enthusiasm overcoming all odds in the quest for the ultimate killer riff. This search assisted its practitioners to usher in an alternate reality that

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“Between us, there always seemed to exist some deeper identification, born of a deep, unspoken bond; an underlying sense of kinship. It was as if loving Narcisa was like loving some wayward, feral strand of myself; a distorted funhouse mirror image of my own brutalised, mangled, forgotten inner child, restructured

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