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More exciting news from the SWTF IV front: Denver grind horde CALL OF THE VOID have just confirmed to this year’s lineup! These guys will crush Tucson in an avalanche of blast beats and punishing riffs! Check out their Ageless LP below, out now on Relapse…and stay tuned for more

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You read that right: this year’s Southwest Terror Fest IV has welcomed Bay Area crushers ABSTRACTER to their already stellar lineup! We just streamed their blasphemous new release Wound Empire – listen here. This sludge/doom band will no doubt destroy the stage in Tucson this October with their massive drones!

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We’ve got another SWTF IV bulletin for you: the almighty GRAVES AT SEA will be bringing their immense, crushing sound to SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST this October! I don’t have to tell you how much we love this band, because if you enjoy having sweet audio sewage poured into your ear canals then you love them too! I haven’t yet had the opportunity to witness them live, but by all accounts it’s a blistering experience…

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This year’s Southwest Terror Fest was a mammoth and monolithic event. Check out some killer footage of The Body destroying shit and Neurosis doing what only they can do! Nuff respect to everyone who made this fest happen, and to PITFULLOFSHIT for capturing so much amazing footage. Stay Heavy, Stay Strong!

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Photos by: Josh Ford In contrast to the sludge and doom orientation of the event’s first three days, Southwest Terror Fest‘s final day boasted a day of vicious powerviolence, relentless metallic hardcore and titanic drone metal. Falling on a Sunday, the evening was aptly headlined by Sunn O))), the earth-shaking

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Photos: Joshua Ford The third night of Southwest Terror Fest saw the largest turnout of the weekend, unsurprising when considering Neurosis’ appeal. With the event in full swing, the lineup for the evening was an eclectic mix that included post-metal courtesy of Phoenix, Arizona’s Sorxe, experimental machinations by Author &

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